Uniblue Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Uniblue Systems Limited was well-known for system maintenance tools such as RegistryBooster which would scan your system, check for unnecessary entries in your Registry and claim there were issues that needed fixing. Supplied as a free tool, RegisterBooster would bully or scare the user into thinking their system had some serious issues that needed resolving.

One digruntled customer shared this in a review, "Had Powersuite for about six months and seemed ok...but then crashed. Sought Customer Help which just ran me around in circles. Finally said I needed Admn Rights to rectify problem. The link they gave me for this action doesn't exist! Frustrated I said I wanted to cancel my subscription...they agreed . We'll see what happens from here. Can't and will not recommend this product."


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Online Marketing says

"I worked at Uniblue Cons: They teach you unethical practices. Management reminds me of "The Wolf of Wall Street" however attitudes change when the owners are in town."

Min Mening says

"We are hereby announcing that after 15 years helping people improve their PC performance and stability, we will be discontinuing our operations on December 14th, 2018. As of the 14th of December 2018, Uniblue products will no longer be updated nor supported."

Ivan Warrer says

"Virksomheden sælger software gennem flere kanaler. Et er kendetegnet for måden nemlig at kunden ikke kan bestemme om betaling af en forlængelse af abonnementet. Jeg har selv oplevet flere rykker mail om gentegning fra Uniblue og i den anledning søgte jeg på nettet på produktets pris. Her fandt jeg et tilbud på samme produkt og version til under 50% af forlængelses prisen. Det må være et kunde krav at man selv kan bestemme ved betaling og udskiftning af produktnøgler. /ivan --- Locks the buyer to the product: The company sells software through multiple channels. One is the hallmark of the mode namely that the customer can not decide on the payment of a renewal of the subscription. I have personally experienced several reminder e-mail about redrawing from Uniblue and on this occasion I searched online on the product's price. Here I found a quote for the same product and version to less than 50% of the renewal price. It must be a customer claims that you can decide for payment and replacement of product keys. /ivan"

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