Renewal problem

Discussion in 'ewido anti-spyware forum' started by stapp, Dec 7, 2007.

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  1. stapp

    stapp Global Moderator

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    Decided to renew my subscription this evening as it's almost up now, and the offer was cheap around £10.

    Went to download site via gui and paid for 1 year antispy renewal (wasn't tempted by the antivirus offer) and was sent an email with new licence number plus download link. Strange, I thought, a download, even stranger when I realised the download was 54MB's.

    Looks like they have sent me the firewall and everything else which I don't want.

    All I want is just to renew.

    Have asked support what do I do now?
     
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    All I wanted was just a new licence number to enter like I always have which would renew me for another year.

    I don't know why I have to download it again and reinstall, I already have it paid and running. I just want to extend for another year and have paid to do so yesterday.

    Avg now say I have to uninstall and then download it again from site, reinstall and enter another number...why?

    They haven't even mentioned the firewall and anti virus they have sent me by mistake.
     
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    Just an update, AVG emailed and apologised for the incorrect instuctions so now after just imputting the new licence, as I have always done, am renewed for another year.:)


    Some people might wonder why I renewed, well AVG antispyware (or Ewido as I still think of it) has never caused any conflicts on my system, just runs quietly in the background causing no hassels....that's why.
     
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