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EDunoo offer [Lifetime License Scam on Facebook]

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Jun 29, 2020

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Hi, on Facebook I get the offer from EDunoo to buy Adobe CC 2020 for 29$ with lifetime licence. Is it true or cheat?  

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It's an obvious scam: the ridiculous prices, confusing details, bad spelling and empty social media links are all dead giveaways. There is no lifetime CC licence and the 'company' is about a month old so plenty of red flags there.

I've reported them to UK trading standards and our abuse team.

I can't find them on Facebook myself, but if you still see them, please report this to Facebook as well.

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EDunoo offer [Lifetime License Scam on Facebook]

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Jun 29, 2020

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Hi, on Facebook I get the offer from EDunoo to buy Adobe CC 2020 for 29$ with lifetime licence. Is it true or cheat?  

Correct answer by Tom.P | Adobe Employee

It's an obvious scam: the ridiculous prices, confusing details, bad spelling and empty social media links are all dead giveaways. There is no lifetime CC licence and the 'company' is about a month old so plenty of red flags there.

I've reported them to UK trading standards and our abuse team.

I can't find them on Facebook myself, but if you still see them, please report this to Facebook as well.

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Jun 29, 2020

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It's an obvious scam: the ridiculous prices, confusing details, bad spelling and empty social media links are all dead giveaways. There is no lifetime CC licence and the 'company' is about a month old so plenty of red flags there.

I've reported them to UK trading standards and our abuse team.

I can't find them on Facebook myself, but if you still see them, please report this to Facebook as well.

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Jun 30, 2020

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This scam has been running in various forms for a few years now. 

 

The company, usually offshore, buys up a bunch of corporate seats and sells them to unsuspecting individuals with a promise of a "lifetime license."  What they don't tell you is it's not YOUR LIFETIME.   It's their COMPANY'S LIFETIME  which never lasts long because Adobe detects the violation and revokes everyone's license.  In a few weeks, your software quits working and the company vanishes with your money and credit card details.  Buyer beware!

 

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Beware of fake Adobe reps who may contact you privately offering to sell you software or take control of your computer. It's a scam, run away!
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3 Easy Ways to Identify Genuine Adobe Staff
https://tinyurl.com/10791730

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Jun 30, 2020

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Actually, I don't think it's even that. They couldn't cover the costs, since the "perpetual" license was less than a month's subscription. It might be the credit-card-chain scam, where stolen cards are used to start subscriptions, which are sold on to unsuspecting buyers, whose cards are used to fund the next batch (and no doubt a lot more goes from their card). Within a month or two people find their subscription is stopped and their accounts emptied...

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Giving personal information to any type of scam artist is risky.  Don't do it.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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