Victoria, British Columbia
Canada - V8V3P6
When I purchased an on line copy of Blitware Driver Robot I started to receive unsolicited adult emails almost immediately. I complained to Blittware by email and I was told they don't give email details to a third party. I have a secure email that I use for on line purchases only and for no other purpose. That email address had not been used for several months before the purchase of product and has not been used since. This email address was the one that was compromised.
I was taken in to try the free trial version of Biltware Undeleter, since I needed to recover a picture folder that I'd well lost. The darn download program appeared to run real fast to claim it found a so called 39 thousand lost files and folders that could be recovered -- wow -- I asked myself when did I have time to delete or even create some 39K of files, but figured they were right after all they are the software company that iwas being trusted to restore my misfortune. So, I made the wrong choice as the right choice that was the wrong choice -- I clicked okay go ahead and now RESTORE my folder with my image files -- I mean this is the purpose oof the FREE DOWNLOAD - right -- to get back what I'd accidently deleted -- so with the click of a button I gave up total control of my computer and now the software (Blitware company) was allowed to prowl around my computer and take all the time they needed to seek out and destroy my lost computer files by their software being coded more like a virus spreading their fingers taking and overwriting my image files so I could be so-so surprised in the morning (it took the software hours to do the destruction) and I guess could be more like a bad Santa was leaving agift with a price tag attached -- Wow -- wow -- wow -- good-morning and now have to pay 39 bucks+ to get my files restored otherwise these files will continue to be held hostage with a slew of tiny pretty little liferings neatly floating stacked like donuts with orange and white stripes -- my prized pictures are liferings that are now taking me down to the bank -- all I know is I am now drowning in my tears -here - my lack of choices I either keep the liferings or I have to pay up to get my pictures. Thieves. I am held hostage by this not so reputable company blowing their own rescue horn. I think it would be better if Blit(z)ware would annonce their plan and ill-will intentions to actually steal a persons files and put their silly little lifering locks all over them prior to offering restoration for FREE. This is not a free download. I need to purchase their silly little license Key of twenty numbers separated with dashes between each four numbers or suffer a total unrecoverable painful loss like never before in all my years of working on a computer -- yes I failed to make a recent backup and that won't happen again -- but 39thousand lost files -- humm -- and why doesn't Blitware software packages come as hardcopy -- I would appreciate a hard copy for my hard earned cash money that they are squeezing out of me. I am still drowing here. Anyway, stay clear of Blit(z)ware -- or you may end up like me suffering from a blit(z)screen-underhanded-crook-stealing-hard-earned-money-out-of-your-back- pocket-while-u-r-fast-asleep-dreaming-of golden sunsets and families faces again- liferings -- I hope you know I am throwing you a lifering here -- beware...undercurrents and undertows present with this company Blitware... oh don't they mean built somewhere? Canada -- I don't think so...
I have been trying to contact these people in everyway possible, I get the run around. I can not even get a phone number to call. This has been messing with my computer badly. I am 75 yrs old and in very ill health, this has given me more problems causing my heart to race, because of the pressure of not being able to contact them . As soon as I say "cancel: I get another run around. I wear a defib in my chest, and the pressure is just to much. I am not happy the way they do bussiness at all. I would like a refund from them. Why do they adverise, you can cancel within 60 days, then leave you with no where to cancel. They just send you a anpther chase, with no results. I started to ask for a cancelation the very next day, in fact, only hours after i got it. That is when I was told I already had protection on my computer. Can you help me? Helen Killacky...[protected]@yahoo.com..Thank you
I purchased pc medkit from blitware technology for three computers in march 2010. At first it seemed to be ok. However three days ago i ran their scan on two of my computers. The scan result came back on both computers with 5000+ errors, 60 uncorrected. I was then unable to access the internet, open programs, or log off normally on both computers. After shutting down both computers, i was unable to reboot. Pc medkit shut down the operative mechanisms of both computers. E-mails to blitwares "support" department go unanwsered.
I am now looking at several hundred dollars to repair both computers. Danger !! Do not download blitware products, and if you have done so, uninstall them asap !!
I bought Driver Fetch and it does not work on a Toshiba Satellite A30-514 using windows XP, after many tries. It is conceivable that it might work if I tampered with the router but I very much doubt it. I would advise anyone thinking of using this software to save time and money by giving it a wide berth.
This company sells programs that are out of date or not compatible with your PC and does major damage. Stay away from this company. I want a refund and if i could charge them for the bill i paid to have PC fixed.
I too was scammed by Blitware. I was directed to their website by Google.
I downloaded their filefixer software so I could open a .mso file. The download solution was 150Mb. which takes dialup 43 hours to complete. There is no way to maintain a connection for that long. Futiley I sent several e-mails to Blitware support, only to recieve an auto-generated reply thanking me and that I would recieve a response within 24 hours. Here I am 4 days later realising my $43.00 will never be refunded. Being that Bliware is in Canada I doubt my credit card company will have any luck getting my money refunded. L8R JML
I had logged onto the HP (Hewlitt Packard) website to find software for one of their printers and Driver...
I purchased The Driver Fetch program from Blitware to download and install missing drivers to my computer. Some were successfully installed but some were acknowledged as installed yet weren't. I emailed Blitware support and got one message from Pierce. Yet when I tried to send another message to the website they quoted, I cannot get any further than logging on. I thought if I reset my password I may have success in contacting them but they emailed me a temporary password and site to create a new password but it keeps taking me only to the log in page. No matter what I do I cannot contact them anymore. I am worried if I am not able to reset my password I will never be able to contact them.
I am a single person on a very low wage so I cannot afford to be ripped off. Please if someone can help me I would appreciate it.
I was trying to resolve an issue with a driver after updating my computer to Windows 7 and this website kept popping up. It was supposed to be the way to fix the driver problem. I clicked on the icon to purchase and it was supposed to be for $29.95 - I chose Paypal for payment and it went to a payment of $39.95. I tried to get out and ended up in a circle and right back to the payment page this time showing $29.95. I did not realize it had already charged me the first amount and then found that I ended up paying $70 for a useless program. It would not open - no matter what I did. I have had to scan my compter for problems twice and found Trojan spyware which has been removed and I uninstalled the Driver robot - but I am out $70.00 which I would really like to have back. This appears to be a big scam.
The Driver Robot software does not work and the company tricks consumers in to believing that it is freeware...