-=PCTechTalk=- Re: anitviral

  • From: taanzaa <taanzaa@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pctechtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 06:11:05 -0700 (PDT)


I just happened to read this post and my subscription
is coming up for renewal and I was considering
purchasing Norton System Works...so, you haven't been
happy with the product and can it not just be
re-installed on the system you're using?  Wanted to
get some feedback before I purchase....I'm still using
Norton 2000 but, just purchased the live update

--- BashfulBob <BashfulBob@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yea, I am having a bad time with Norton's on their
> renewal. It did not go
> right and they want me to spend $29.95 to call them
> per incident or $2.95
> per minute ($177 per hour) to call them to walk me
> through removing the Live
> Update and reinstalling it. The tech guy wanted me
> to perform or run
> programs in the 2003 to cure the problem (removing
> registry keys), which is
> what I am trying to renew (d/l). He doesn't seem to
> understand I can't do
> that till I get it d/l. Plus they still have my
> money and are not answering
> my latest email, which I sent about a week ago. The
> renewal fee is $15 so it
> would cost me more to call them then going out and
> buying 2003 over the
> counter epically with the rebates. Norton's provide
> they consider on line contact -------
> email---------- and that takes for
> ever to get straightened out. I am very unhappy and
> have let them know it.
> I do not know what "AVG" stands for but have seen
> messages that stated it
> did not find the virus that has hit a lot in here
> where Norton's, Micro
> Trend and some others did.
> Life is what happens in between plans.
> Virus free email by Norton's

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