Author Topic: Tactics  (Read 2628 times)

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Offline yatesbooker759

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« on: November 02, 2023, 09:01:52 AM »
I agreed to grab a top-notch cleanup tool at a sweet discount (£20 instead of the usual £50). Avast pocketed my cash and sent me an invoice. The catch? The link in the confirmation led me to something meant for a Microsoft computer, which obviously wouldn't fly on my Mac. Navigating the Avast website, I got a pop-up saying my payment hadn't gone through, but I could snag the product for £35. Classic move, switcheroo; if not outright illegal, it's definitely shady. And claiming my payment failed when they knew it hadn't? Straight-up deceit. Avast's offer to reimburse my money doesn't fix the core issue: their business moves reek of dishonesty.