Makes a lot more sense to me. This way customers know what's up from the get-go.From the moment you’re eligible for the Norton Virus Protection Promise, a Norton expert will help keep your devices virus-free or we’ll refund your money.
Norton should be happy that I am not a malware author otherwise they would end up having to refund everyone back their money.Norton seems a bit smarter about claims, they promise the following:
Makes a lot more sense to me. This way customers know what's up from the get-go.
*....100% according to may 2015 tests?!? This is Come, on, really? Smart guys, though. I`m 100% sure they gained a lot of money with this statement so paying $200 to a customer is a piece of cake versus the cash obtained. Even if it was the truth, the tests done in 2015 would have been ancient history regarding the malware. I think they were obliged to pay based on deceiving advertising and sly commercial practices.If they guaranteed 100% protection in their advertising, otherwise clearly not at fault.
Obviously no AV will ever be 100%.
You know what the worst thing is? I bet nobody's gonna give a hoot. Us, we're on a roll. And that granny. That's it. Ask a random person what AV he's got. Answer: "Err… uh… dunno".… It's not a big deal to them, but the media …