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My Dad purchased this machine for me because my back problems that I have had over the years. When I received the unit I could immediately see how cheaply it was made, all plastic. If you used it much it wouldn't last long. I tried it for three weeks just to confirm my first impression. It did nothing to help my back problems that I couldn't do myself with just a little stretching. I called to get an authorization number to send it back and the service department was very nice. Offered to let me try it for another 30 days or give me $40 back, all trying to keep me from sending it back. I decided to send it back right away and was told that my Father would receive his purchase price back. Well, three and a half months later he has received nothing. I called and talked to three different programmed people who said they received it past the seven days I had to return it after given the authorization number. The third person, Jay Lincoln said that unless I could prove with a post office receipt that I sent it within the 7day time period that they would refund my money minus $39.95 restocking fee. I paid $30 to ship it here, $20 to ship it back, plus $39.95 restocking fee. My Dad and I have $90 into something that they know doesn't work. It is a scam for sure. Always remember that if it sounds too good to be true, then it is!
It's too overpriced for the amount of paste and it doesn't whiten my teeth. I give it three stars because it does clean the teeth and it prevents from build up of tartar.
I'm not a computer nerd, but a plain Joe looking for antivirus software. After the reviews, I decided to download this product. It will not download. I've tried several times with different saved locations from this website to no avail. It keeps saying that "A fatal error has occurred when parsing extracted packages. Self extract installer is corrupted. The system cannot find the file specified." My McAfee antivirus expired about a week ago and I wasn't looking to pay $40 a year for software. To my knowledge, I do not have any virus or malware that would have prevented this to be downloaded.
Have tried the trial buying it now. so far it works well, fast scans and alot of settings compared to mcafee. safe money works but there is a trick to getting it to work with firefox. dont install kasperskys certificate under additional , network, "encrypted connection scanning" advanced settings, if you did save settings then reinstall and dont install it. it causes issues with firefox. then type about:config into the URL bar in Firefox then under the url bar type xpinstall.signatures.required double-click the preference, or right-click and selected "Toggle", to set it to false. close it out. (might have to do this in the protected browser to. ) bring up the both, protected and not protected and enable the addon for kaspersky, . boom , no more problems. its a issue with firefox secure addons they dont want to sign kaspersky so you have no choice but to do this. doesnt hurt anything just stressful. try this and commodo with malwarebytes anti malware, anti exploit, and microsoft emet, and emsisoft. yes they all are running fine together, and no more worries about anything. it covers bitdefender, kaspersky and commodo virus definitions all at once :).