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Auslogics-False Advertising

  1. #11

    Well the one thing you should keep in mind anyway is that a lot of sites/companies will have a terms of use/terms and conditions page which will say something about site errors etc and they would cover their behind under that clause.

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  2. #12

    You are probably right, Love and Power. That is usually how big business/the monoliths work. Personally I think they got caught with their britches down, got called out, and now won't admit they made a mistake(or fell asleep at the wheel). It is what it is. I do think it's funny that they were quick to change their home page and then say," point it out".
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  3. #13

    Back again, folks. So after exchanging emails with support for a few days, they wanted to see my proof. So I sent them the screenshots-they claim they did not receive them. So, I sent them again-twice. Once as regular photos and once as attachments. Finally after seeing them-the reply was that you could download the free version for a trial. As if that makes any sense at all. This is what the reply was-
    " Let me clarify the sentence 'Try it for free' - you are able to download the program, try to scan your computer and use some tools, but there is no information that you can get BoostSpeed with full its features for free on our web-site."
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    Just a few new pics.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Screenshot (6).png   Screenshot (7).png  
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