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Complaint Review: Supremo, supposedly a subsidiary of Aspire Marketing, LLC, Australia according to the information I have seen while they were connected to my computer. They have contacted me on 3 occassions and told me that 73 drivers (a different number each time) have crashed in my computer and I have to buy them because they don't make them and they have to purchase them to fix my computer. I have paid approximately $700.oo for the three times and the last time I refused to pay and they crashed my computer -

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  • Reported By: Alan Wilson — Lake Waccamaw North Carolina United States
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  • Supremo, supposedly a subsidiary of Aspire Marketing, LLC, Australia according to the information I have seen while they were connected to my computer. They have contacted me on 3 occassions and told me that 73 drivers (a different number each time) have crashed in my computer and I have to buy them because they don't make them and they have to purchase them to fix my computer. I have paid approximately $700.oo for the three times and the last time I refused to pay and they crashed my computer Australia

Supremo, supposedly a subsidiary of Aspire Marketing, LLC, Australia according to the information I have seen while they were connected to my computer. They have contacted me on 3 occassions and told me that 73 drivers (a different number each time) have crashed in my computer and I have to buy them because they don't make them and they have to purchase them to fix my computer. I have paid approximately $700.oo for the three times and the last time I refused to pay and they crashed my computer David Jason Charlie They got money 3 time and the last time I refused to pay and they shut down my computer. Internet

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I was contacted on 3 occassions and told they had to replace a certain number of drivers (ususally between 65-75) at $4-$6 per driver and if I didn't my computer would crash.  They told me they were part of Windows organization and they were called Supremo and were a subsidiary company of Aspire Marketing, LLC. in Australia.  They were based in India and Orlando, FL and when I refused to pay the last time David ( I'm sure it is not his name), a Tech Supervisor shut down my computer immediatley just to show me they had control.  After saying a few choice words I hung up on him and he called me back about 5 minutes later and tried to console me about how a good customer I was, turned my computer back on and I still had to pay him $199.00 to get him to fix what he claimed was broken.  All together I have been taken for $700.00 over a 2 1/2 year peroid.  The way he acted was so unprofessional with his demanding tone and then shutting down my computer I finally woke up and said this just isn't right.  I wrote your company and you sent me an email back on Facebook that totally denied any invovlement but when I went to the Supremo icon and looke up the web site it clearly showed me this:  Nanosystems S.r.l. [IT] l  supremocontrol.com/?Supremo2App  and it actually has me wondering now if I'm talking to the right persons.

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