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Even though I have an account with this e-mail and it works fine on the laptop, and it's 1 year 3 devices the app won't let me in it shows this. I've tried everything I could find. I even tried to contact by e-mail for help and still haven't heard back. If this can't be fixed I'm returning it.
Hi folks, I’m unable to login into my Webroot account as I’ve forgotten both password and security code.I’ve requested a password reset link and I’m not getting any email with that.The email address I’ve used to request the password reset is the one associated with my Webroot account.What should I do?Thanks in advance.Miguel
Hi folks,I’m a new user here in the Forum and this is my first post / request for help.I’ve just purchased a renewal for my current Webroot subscription via the Webroot’s website, as I didn’t have auto-renewal option on. My current subscription will expire in 23 days (begin of august). I’m a Windows user (in case it matters). The key-code for my renewed subscription is the same as the one for my current subscription which is about to expire.With this in mind:. Will my current subscription automatically renew for another year and activate itself now that I’ve purchased a 1-year extension? . If the answer to the previous questions is yes, will the automatic renewal happen on the last day of the current subscription?. If the answer to . is no - no automatic renewal of the subscription - do I have to manually activate the renewal by logging into my account via the Webroot users account site ? Could use some guidance.Thanks in advance.Miguel
Renewing Webroot, I am told the fee is $39. Nowhere on the checkout page does it say this is USD. I am in Australia, so my card gets charged $59. To me this means one of two things. It’s either deceptive practice, as displaying the actual amount in the currency of the user would be a higher amount, which the company seemingly wants to avoid despite being the honest thing to do. Or, at the very least, it’s simply disrespectful. Is Webroot intended only for U.S. customers? If not, why not have the courtesy to display the amount in the user’s currency (as many respectful businesses do), or at least have the courtesy to state the currency of the displayed fee. Or do they think the whole world revolves around the U.S., and feel no need to think otherwise? I previously contacted support about this issue, and received a canned and completely inadequate response, so just to make things worse, the claims of good customer service are apparently empty claims.
All the information I’m finding online is telling me how to use the system optimizer, but I can’t find it in my program anywhere. I figure that’s probably because the version I bought doesn’t come with that feature, but I’m not sure and I don’t know how to check. Apparently it just disappeared for some people, too, which just makes me more confused 😅 I have version 184.108.40.206, and the line at the top of the window says CE 22.3, but I have no idea what either of those things mean or if they’re even relevant.Help?
Giving McAfee and other cancerous anti-virus a run for its money in terms of ANNOYING and OBNOXIOUSWho thought allow Webroot SecureAnywhere to send popups to their customers was a good idea? This is beyond annoying. I have never seen these sort of annoying popups until now this month and I’ve been subscribed since 2016. Stop asking us to sign up for “My Account” and stop asking us to accept your terms of service. How many times do I have to close these damn popups before I chargeback my credit card?
Carbonite has become a major irritation. Not only is it abominably slow but every time I’m diverted to it I’m questioned by an annoying security app only to find my password doesn’t work. I seem to have to generate a new one for each visit. Last time I visited I forgot my password I clicked on the resulting email and found myself logged in to my account!!!Why has Webroot put itself in the hands of these amateurs? Who are they anyway? Norton killed itself doing a similar thing when it hitched up with Symantec.
This notification is relentless, alerting me every five minutes! I’m not 100% sure it’s even coming from Webroot. It’s telling me to download the new app from Play Store, Launch the new app and create an account (already have an account, why is it asking me to create a new account?), and remove the retired app. Is this really coming from Webroot, or am I being scammed?
Webroot recently started showing me a popup at start up of Windows 10 containing the words: “Sign up for MyAccount.” I am already signed up! Yet this braindead program keeps showing me the popup. I am getting tired of clicking the little X. There should be some built-in interaction between the popup and the fact that I am already “signed up.” I have tried just about every suggestion on the internet. Apparently Webroot has gone out of their way to circumvent the normal Windows popup override system. HELP!
2 questions 1st.? I had to update and sign into android phone app was this really webroot and did I get a new webroot app or something? 2nd ? I kept /keep getting a prompt to sing into webroot account on my desktop the prompt tells me to sign into my webroot account when I go to the account even via webroot I get to a place that is sign into webroot carbonite and I try to sign on there but cannot Is my webroot account still good
Here’s the issue: I no longer use Webroot. I have a new provider. The reason you ask? In 2021 I paid for the Webroot protection through Best Buy. I went to the store and verified that fact. Every time I logged in on my desktop, I would see a reminder telling me I no longer had protection. I spoke to the Geek Squad and they wrote down a link for me to use. It didn’t work, so in 2022 I got a new provider. I uninstalled Webroot, but I still get reminders every day, sometimes more than one. I just want the reminders to stop. Any suggestions?Thank you for your time.Cheryl
Hi everyone, I am trialing the most recent version of Webroot I S Complete and had a question about the Secure Erase feature. I noticed when I put it on 3 or even 7 (max # of overwrite) Webroot seems almost waaay too quick to shred the file. I noticed this especially on say files around 1gb in size (even video) If talking specifically about the max overwrite of 7 passes, is this normal for it to be so quick?? I’ve had a few other file shredders that I sometimes use too, and if I chose either 3 to 7 wipes they take significantly longer (maybe minute or two) Anyway, just wondering if anyone else has noticed this and if I need to put a support ticket in? Btw, here is a link that someone else brought this up longer ago for more details: Thanks all of you for being great help and take care today! Jeff 🙂
Hello there 🙂 I am trialing Webroot I S Complete again--I was a past user and really liked it a few years ago and coming round to possibly getting it again. I recently read Neil Rubinking’s in depth review of Webroot and he mentioned the firewall wasn’t working at that point in time, which seemed pretty concerning to me. Just wondered if users were ever notified/aware of this issue during that time? And also, if it has been fixed? Thank you for your past helpful hints on this forum and for reading my question. Sincerely,Jeff
As per topic I have lots of expired keys - how to delete them?Also I am sure I could just manually add keys here? Can’t seem to do that either….As per topic - how to do this? I can switch between consoles but not delete unused / expired?
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