Back to V.8

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by NoJive, Oct 15, 2005.

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  1. NoJive

    NoJive Registered Member

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    I cannot get a good backup with v.9 Build 2289 so now I'm back to v8. How do I get a refund?
     
  2. CliffCavin

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    The easiest way is to do a search on "refund" from their home page. Look in the upper, right corner of the screen for the search box.

    I just emailed my refund request this morning. I'm really curious to see if they actually reverse the charge, or if I end up contacting my credit card company and contesting the charges.

    One week ago, I filled out the web form for customer service asking for a refund, but all I got was a return email asking for the specifics about the problem. Not even a mention of my refund. All they wanted me to do was beta test their software.

    This time, I followed their instructions to the letter, so if there is no satisfaction my plan is to:

    1) Contact my credit card company and dispute the charge.
    2) Contact the BBB and lodge a complaint.

    I should have known something was wrong when it took over 90 minutes to back up 4 gigs of data. Norton Ghost takes 8 minutes to do the same thing (and I can restore it, which I can not do with Acronis).

    Acronis has pretty well done themselves in with this release. Many people will never again trust anything that has to do with Acronis.
     
  3. NoJive

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    Thanks for your reply. Ironically, I do find v.9 faster than 8. I guess making backup images with errors makes it go faster.
     
  4. NoJive

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    They seem to have removed that term from their search as it no longer shows up.

     
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