- Report: #1142822
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Complaint Review: AVG Technologies
AVG Technologies149 Bluxome St San Francisco , California USA
AVG Technologies scamming public into renewing service w/o their knowledge San Francisco California
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If you ever buy an AVG product they will try to covertly force you to renew their service w/o you knowing it.
They bury the scam in their propaganda that most people don't read - you have to click yes to the agreement if you want the product and this is where they try to force you into renewing their service.
Don't buy AVG - they hung up on my credit card company when we disputed the charge and won't call them back. They are not even in the US - located in the Netherlands and Czech Republic with no address or phone number on their invoice they send you AFTER they charge your credit card. What a sleezy company!
They are a scam company and to be boycotted.
You can get free spy ware and firewalls on the internet. Don't waste your money on this company!
I am disputing all charges and have filed complaints with attorney generals in North Carolina and California. The credit card company told me many elderly people call all confused regarding these type of SCAMS!
It is time we fight back against this type of corporate bullying and fraud!
Don't let them do it to you - fight back!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/29/2014 07:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/AVG-Technologies/San-Francisco-California-94107/AVG-Technologies-scamming-public-into-renewing-service-wo-their-knowledge-San-Francisco-1142822. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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