Wideworldsoft Baku / Misleading
They got me. I was on my computer with my internet browser window open. Suddenly I get this warning window that will NOT go away. It then starts to list about 20 trojans and worms that have "suddenly" infected my computer.
I can't close the darn thing. It keeps popping up, disabling all of my other open applications. The warnings look very legitimate so I finally (in a panic because my LIFE is on my computer) order the product to remove all these apparent viruses. My debit card was charged $49.95 and guess what? NONE OF THE FREAKING VIRUSES EXISTED. It wasn't until I PAID that I could finally get my system running again without those warning boxes appearing over and over - and my SYSTEM WAS CLEAN TO BEGIN WITH. HOW ON EARTH CAN 20 TROJANS SUDDENLY APPEAR????
THIS IS MISLEADING. I DID NOT HAVE 20 TROJANS. I DID NOT HAVE FIVE WORMS. I DID NOT HAVE 10 SPYWARE APPS. THOSE CLAIMS WERE FALSE, THEREFORE, THIS COMPANY BELONGS ON THIS WEB SITE.
Maybe I'm naiive, but I think it is shameful that there will always be vultures that prey on the fear of people. Especially in these hard economic times - I'm struggling just to pay my rent and my fridge is usually bare. Shame on them.