From the loopsided and flat out wrong information about copyright:
What is WritingRoom's connection with ProtectRite?
Protectrite: Protectrite is an instant online service that will for a fee time seal and encrypt your writing for a term of either 10 years or lifetime. They also have free emergency file retrieval just in case you somehow lose your files or copies. This service is available to you when you submit a writing to WritingRoom.com under the create writing tab. Their website www.ProtectRite.com
is clear and user friendly.
The third party "copyright registration" they offer is useless. Victoria Strauss has an article about such services here: Another Service You Don't Need. The other thing they offer, online storage, you can get for free by opening f.x. a Gmail account and mail yourself a copy of your work. Lots of space, and Google isn't likely to go under anytime soon.
Poor Man's Copyright offers no protection, and to imply that it does is bad advice. Furthermore, to strongly hint that theft of unpublished work is something writers should worry about, is questionable and smacks of an agenda.
A "How To Protect Your Writing" page that plays to writers' fear of plagiarism, offers bad advice, and then offers a useless pay-to service. Same service is apparently offered as a built-in feature when you upload your work.
Questionable grant of rights in the TOS agreement.
No password to protect the uploaded work from being cached in Google.
I get the sense that they don't have all that many members, and that focus is more on writing from the heart than serious career-building.