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#1 Frederick Bolt

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 12:13 PM

Just asking:  I have read a lot of bad reviews on your products. I have been using them for years , with no problems , to speak of.  I was thinking of not renewing my Norton Sub. and start using yours. Now I'm confused. Please clear this up for me , before I drop Norton. Thanks, Fred

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 01:58 PM



For the record, there are many, many more good reviews, from customers who have actually used the program, then there are bad reviews, most of which are from people who have never even tried PC Matic.


We suggest you rely on reviews by authors who share their opinions about products they have actually used - and post their comments under their own names.







As you have been with PC Matic from the beginning, I would expect that you have your own opinion of the product and if you find that it is valuable to you, although it appears that you are not using the SuperShield antivirus protection that is included with PC Matic, which happens to have beat all of the completion in the recent VB100 RAP test:



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Posted 08 September 2014 - 02:23 PM

I've been using PCMatic with Supershield for the last few years and love it! I think it's by far superior to everything else on the market. ;)

By the way my real name is Roger and I'm a country boy, just ask anyone around here, they'll tell ya'.






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