AVG Antivirus 2013 1-PC, 1-Year License £4.95 Direct from V3
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AVG Antivirus 2013 1-PC, 1-Year License £4.95 Direct from V3

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Found 24th Mar 2013
Great deal for AVG Antivirus 2013. 1 Year License for 1-PC.
It's on offer for limited time!

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Am I missing something? Isn't this usually free?

thats what I thought.

full version on a download upgrade normally £20 + so seems like a good find.... this is the full version not the watered down free version which is also very good...

Both versions do pretty much the same job

Wouldn't touch AVG with a barge-pole....especially the placebo-like free version lol

defard

Wouldn't touch AVG with a barge-pole....especially the placebo-like free … Wouldn't touch AVG with a barge-pole....especially the placebo-like free version lol



wouldn't mind if it was free, LOL.

You can buy the full pain internet security which also includes this antivirus version on ebay for £3.99, it comes in the form of a 2011 oem netcard, but they update to the latest version, i have several which i have been using for the last few years,

What is wrong with Microsoft Security Essentials, which is free?

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RobOusey

You can buy the full pain internet security which also includes this … You can buy the full pain internet security which also includes this antivirus version on ebay for £3.99, it comes in the form of a 2011 oem netcard, but they update to the latest version, i have several which i have been using for the last few years,



Wouldn't trust anyone on eBay selling softwares!

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merchant_ac

What is wrong with Microsoft Security Essentials, which is free?



Microsoft Security Essentials is great, that's what I use on my laptop.
However on Windows 8 it is called Windows Defender.

This is for the AVG fans LOL

ShayKaPow

Wouldn't trust anyone on eBay selling softwares!



Why not? i sell lots of Software online, admittedly 95% of my sales are on Amazon, but all of my software is 100% legitimate, if you buying from a private or a none VAT registered company i would agree with you but any VAT registered company selling bogus software is then liable for a law suite.

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RobOusey

Why not? i sell lots of Software online, admittedly 95% of my sales are … Why not? i sell lots of Software online, admittedly 95% of my sales are on Amazon, but all of my software is 100% legitimate, if you buying from a private or a none VAT registered company i would agree with you but any VAT registered company selling bogus software is then liable for a law suite.



Had two incidents on ebay where I purchased Kaspersky and Norton. 2 months or so down the line. Keys were not working no more. Contact sellers never got reply. From that day onwards I never buy from eBay any more.

ShayKaPow

Had two incidents on ebay where I purchased Kaspersky and Norton. 2 … Had two incidents on ebay where I purchased Kaspersky and Norton. 2 months or so down the line. Keys were not working no more. Contact sellers never got reply. From that day onwards I never buy from eBay any more.



Thats fair enough, and i presume their was nothing you could do about it either because it was two months down the road. to be honest i hate eBay as well, full of people thinking they can get something for nothing (sellers and buyer) and they wonder why traffic is slowly dropping off from their website.

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RobOusey

Thats fair enough, and i presume their was nothing you could do about it … Thats fair enough, and i presume their was nothing you could do about it either because it was two months down the road. to be honest i hate eBay as well, full of people thinking they can get something for nothing (sellers and buyer) and they wonder why traffic is slowly dropping off from their website.



That's eBay for you. so many scammers and dis honest sellers/buyers.
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