I will NOT be creating a new account unless they prove themselves worthy and much better than what BzzAgent had devolved into in its later years.
Right beside you, couldn’t agree more.
@richard moving this topic out of Finance and into the support forum.
I know this ability was on the wish list - perhaps @dangeRuss can provide an update or one of the other @Global-Moderators can speak into current capabilities. I don’t use any subscriptions, so can’t tell you myself.
@mom2jel Only speaking for myself, I’m looking at it strictly from a safety/security/privacy perspective.
Right now, if I post a message that really offends someone/crosses a line and they decide they want to sue me, they’re going to get a subpoena that asks the website where I said something nasty to reveal my IP. That IP is going to lead to my provider, who will then lead them to my door. With a true “no logs” VPN, that could never happen. The trail would lead nowhere. There’s also the security advantage - much harder to get attacked if none of the nasty people can even see your true IP address. Third, I’m not really thrilled that my provider can now log and monetize the history of everything I do online. I don’t do anything funky and disclosure wouldn’t likely harm me, but should Yahoo/Comcast/AOL, whatever ISP, really be allowed to sell data telling someone that I google for “sinus infection cure” an average of five times a year and I’m therefore a poor health risk and a great target for banner ads for cold relief products? Again, with a VPN, that trail leads nowhere and nobody knows my business except me (and, debatably, the VPN provider if they don’t keep their word).
Thanks @MISTERCHEAP - I use ground turkey to make jerky treats for my dog - this makes it both healthier and cheaper than store bought dog treats!
A friend of mine ran into a similar situation - but this scammer took it a step farther - shortly after the sale, she received a spoofed email that appeared to come from PayPal - subject line something like “Pending payment from Joe Scammer” - of course, the email had a link to a malicious website and fortunately she was smart enough to report it without clicking on it.
@atikovi The 3 pack is by a third party.
OK but I repeat, wouldn’t most normal people make 3 separate order for one? Why would anyone order the three pack?
Because they’re stupid and don’t pay attention - “I need three, so I’ll buy the three pack.” and the third party seller makes a nice profit off of the fact that most people don’t pay too much attention.
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