3 thoughts on “TotalAV Review: Legit Anti-Virus Software Or Scam?”

  1. Totalav is a scam. I tried a free version, had to give my credit card details. Decided it wasn’t for me so deleted it from my computer. I was checking my bank account and notice a withdraw by totalav of $150.00nz. Bank couldn’t do anything so tried to contact totalav. Never got my money refunded. Totalav should be named total rip off

  2. I agree. The so-called free version is meant to sucker you in so that you will spend escalating amounts of money. I am following up with both my bank & credit card company. Their “business” practices are at best PREDATORY !

  3. TotalAV is a total scam. Charged my account without my authorization and now refuses to give me a refund even though I have given them all of the information they requested. They insist they do not show my charge even though I have showed them my bank statement. There is nothing free about this company either. They lead the customer to believe they are getting a free version of the software, but it is actual a free trial, then they charge without notice. Not only do they try to suck you in but they illegally keep your credit card information and use it over and over again, hoping the people will not notice the charge. TOTAL SCAM. I don’t know which location in California did this. The customer service reps are: Daniel Larson, Brian Williams, Edward Byers, Gregory Reid, Ferenc Zovanyi, if these are legitimate names. Every time I respond to an email it is from a different customer service rep without showing my previous email indicating that they are all in on the scam. TotalAV has associated vendors around the world that work on commission, so they are less likely to admit a mistake.


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