Save 71% on Mamutu on Dec.19th

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Page42, Dec 13, 2008.

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  1. Page42

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    Mamutu Available December 19, 2008 on Bits du Jour
    List Price: $29.95
    Deal Price: $8.69
    ;)
     
  2. lordraiden

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    No 64 bit version... no deal xD but nice price
     
  3. Fuzzfas

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    Great deal, i wish it didn't have online activation.
     
  4. Perman

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    Hi,

    why not $ 10.00 for two years ?
    during this current difficult times ?

    there will be more similiar offers from other rivals all over the cyber place before we all know it.
     
  5. Dark Shadow

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    All over that deal on the 19th.:thumb:
     
  6. jmonge

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    for this low price,very good:cool:the good thing that defensewall and mamutu get along very good
     
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  8. Page42

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    3 days away, thought it deserved a BUMP.
     
  9. SIR****TMG

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    this deal rocks
     
  10. SIR****TMG

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    Just bought mine online at the cheap price ...Sweet
     
  11. Hugger

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    If you read the agreement I believe it states that you agree to the second year at the $29.00 rate.
    If I read it correctly, this is not a savings but just a reversal of the original pricing set up.
    Normally it"s $29 for 1 year or $39.00 for 2.
    Now it"s $9 for the first year and $29 for the second.
    I think we save a dollar and some change.
    I picked it anyway for a new hard drive/clean install of XP.
    Hope it works as well as I've been told.
    Hugger
     
  12. Cloudcroft

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    Hugger, I was about to place my order, and wondered the same thing about the agreement. I'm holding off on my order until I get a reply to my support request about this.
     
  13. emsisoft

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    Feel free to cancel the subscription billing right after the order completes. Then you have the chance to take advantage of a new special offer maybe placed next year.
     
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    Unless you are reading some other place, it looks to me like you are only agreeing to $8.69 for one year.

    I don't think emsisoft answered the question, however.
     

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    Mamutu is sold with automatic recurring billing. The special offer on BitsDuJour lowers the price for the initial year. Please understand that we can't sell the program long term with 71% discount. That would ruin the company.

    But on the order confirmation page (and in the order confirmation email) you will find a link to cancel the subscription billing immediately. Only the initial year is charged when you click that link.

    Then you can decide after the year license if you want to extend it or not.
     
  16. MeFer

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    When i go to buy discount 50% and $14.97

    Why different?
     

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  17. virtumonde

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    This is strange.Could swear that 1 hour ago when i checked it was $8.69
    Now it's 9.97 Euro.I guess one must hurry.The prices start increasing by the hour :)
     

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  18. MeFer

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    I think price is changing for Country place.
    If i go to buy by proxy web page discount 71% price $ 8.69
     
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    Kind of a funky way to do business, in my opinion... making subscribers opt out if they only want 1 year. Some people are bound to miss that checked box and not know they have signed up for two years. By no means are you the only company that does this sort of thing, I'm just saying that I don't care for it. :thumbd:
     
  20. Hugger

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    I don't have a problem with the billing.
    I bought it and will keep it so long as it continues to perform properly.
    If it doesn't then I will cancel future deductions from my card.
    I went with M because of the recommendations of the members here and because TF seemed to be a bit heavy on my system.
    Enjoy the day.
    Hugger
     
  21. InfinityAz

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    Gotta agree with Page42.

    Yes people should pay attention and see that they're buying it for 2 years but I feel this is a scummy/scammy way of generating revenue and will not buy from or recommend the products of companies who do business this way (which is too bad because I've used Mamutu and it's a good product).:thumbd: :thumbd:
     
  22. illicit

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    I wish I would have waited a couple weeks to buy Mamutu. :p
     
  23. Hugger

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    I don't agree with the negative comments in this thread.
    We were all given the choice of taking the 2 year option or not.
    I chose to take it.
    You don't have to.
    I still don't think Emsisoft has done anything tacky, inappropriate or wrong.
    The offer was in black and white. Nothing hidden.
    I've dealt with them in the past and have never had a problem.

    For most of the world it's the holiday season.
    I hope you all enjoy your holiday.
    Hugger
     
  24. Page42

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    Hi Hugger
    Is that not what makes the world go round? You see things your way and I'll see things mine. I'm not here reiterating to you that I disagree with your opinion. But since you've framed my comments as negative, I'll add this... I don't view it that way. I view emsisoft's automatic recurring billing practice as negative, and my comments as positive! My comments are meant to improve the company, not tear it down. That is positve.
    Thanks for the holiday wishes. :thumb:
     
  25. Perman

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    Hi,

    At least I do not have to worry about this PRICE Hiccups thing.
    Just because I have the Patience to wait for FREE code.
    Around my waist, I have TWO free codes.

    You will see and likely to witness more and more FreeWares( paidwares are forced to change their skins to FreeOnes) during recent and lasting (two more years) economic difficulties. Cyber tech is not IMMUNE to this misfortune. Sit tight and relax. Do not lose one( or few more) night of sleep, just because you do not get the best deal. Ironically, it (this 71% off)may not be THE best one at all :p
     
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