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.
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!
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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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...