Now this I may be taken as a follow on to € Stowe’s ‘Every one please read this #2’ ‘Go’ with which I agree with everything mentioned.
This time it is registration numbers that are mailed to purchasers of software To ‘unlock’ the trial version they have purchased on line.
I am sure many of you have done some of that, if like me it has worked every time so far. But there is always a first time for something to go awry and now it has happened to me. Inksaver has appeared on a PCA cover disk in the past and I have used it and purchased an earlier version. I had a change of printer, which the earlier one did not cover. Version 2 does, so I go on line to get V2. Trial works fine Purchase on line, the money goes out. I get on with all the other things in life and realize one day that the trial version has run out and I need to enter the reg. number to unlock the system. No sign of the authorizing e-mail Did I get it and inadvertently delete it with other junk? Here the fun begins because all that is needed here is a simple e-mail to somebody with my detail to check and reissue the number But no E-mail address is given, only web based support lines or sales line that need the numbers I don’t have. Now what do I do A Google turns up only the afore mentioned web pages no company detail and E- address- a snail mail address in Vancouver is as near as I can get. J