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I purchased a package online 1 week ago. Have had problems from the get go. Opened a ticket almost immediately. No response whatsoever. Continued to ask questions in the same open ticket. Have asked 6 times. Yet ZERO response. Funnily enough, yesterday, received what looks like an automatic generated email asking me to review my recent purchase. 
 

Totally unsatisfactory and wish to get a complete refund as the the service is not only pathetic but the security package for 5 devices is only downloading to my computer as the mobile app is not even available in the country where I live. 
 

How to get a refund when the questions I’m asking are not even being answered? Consumer affairs? 

A very disgruntled customer. 
 

Singapore
 

 

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Best answer by TylerM 19 May 2022, 23:03

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Hello @WenInSing 

 

Please send an email to Webroot Sales!

Purchases, renewals, and upgrades

Mon - Fri 7 AM to 7 PM (MDT)

wr-customersales@opentext.com

Tel: 1-866-350-6089

 

Thanks,

 

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@WenInSing 

We can absolutely get you a refund by following that post from @TripleHelix 

 

Also I looked at your ticket and read the notes. Please note that every time you send a message it resets the ticket to the end of the queue. Even still it is odd that no one reached out within 24 hours and your ticket was in the right queue. I am sorry that you had issues and our support was unresponsive. I will escalate the ticket for you. We would be more than happy to fix any issues you are having if you would like to keep the our software

Thanks for your response as well as that of @TripleHelix . I received a short email yesterday with an invoice indicating a customer refund. 

 

I thought maybe it was the time difference that was the reason for the delay but after 1 week and no response, that thought dwindled away.

 

Am grateful for both of your responses but I am sorry to say I will be looking elsewhere for software.

 

Cheers,

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What a stupid way to manage a support ticketing system tied to an email address.  Surely a better way is to have ticket numbers assigned to issues and customer updates are appended. 

Come to think of recent support tickets that I have raised, there have been no emails informing me of the ticket numbers which is astounding to say the least.

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