I received an email from "Software Discount Pros" that offered Adobe and Autodesk products at ridiculously "discounted" prices. I'm assuming this is a fraud and I'm trying to report it to Adobe. Adobe, however, seems dead set against getting any kind of communication of this sort, and forces me to make this request in a forum.
I'm trying to do the right thing. It's up to you, Adobe, to contact me for details.
looks as if that website has been removed, I shouldn't worry about it.
that's interesting I just get the BT screen saying the domain cannot be found-are you on btinternet Dave? I think they block known pirate domains at their DNS server.
I do use BT Internet and no blocking here. Try this alternative - type "Report Counterfeit Adobe" into a search engine
Nope can't get to it, I just get the below.
I did a Whois search and it says deletion pending. I guess you are on a different DNS server to me Dave that still has the record.
Sorry Terri - I'm with you now. I thought you meant the Adobe link I posted earlier, for reporting counterfeit software was broken
I am leaving this message to notify you that someone on Facebook has been selling your photoshop suit pirated
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/859913867902862 this is the link there selling on this is the sellers Facebook profile link https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100038828780742