Snap Secure Reviews
About Snap Secure
Snap Secure is a mobile application that promises to protect your phone, your information, and your family with their wide array of security features which function globally once the app has been downloaded.
This mobile app promises to automatically back up your personal data in a storage cloud, so that if your phone is lost or stolen, you can then restore that information to a new mobile device. The app also provides complete anti-virus protection.
If you are wondering how Snap Secure works in comparison to other security mobile applications, such as Lookout Mobile Security, perhaps the biggest difference is that it allows you to locate your family members throughout the day, as well as monitor their call and text usage.
This GPS location feature works globally, as long as the mobile device you are trying to locate has access to an internet connection.
But most importantly, this application also has a Panic Alert feature. This feature will allow you to click a button and alert all the family members on your service that you are in trouble and need help.
Unfortunately, the Panic Alert feature is only available for Blackberry users, and the Snap Secure app itself is only available for Blackberry and Android users – no application is currently available for iPhone users.
Those interested can receive a free download of the application, which comes with a seven day free trial of the service. If you are happy with the service, do nothing and at the end of the trial you will be charged the annual subscription cost of $99.99, which will cover six phones or mobile devices.
If you are unhappy with the service for any reason, you may cancel your subscription during the seven day trial by calling 877-343-3502 and then using your cell phone’s Application Manager to remove the app.
If you have any experience with this service, please leave your Snap Secure reviews below.
1 ‘Snap Secure’ Review
Snapone (Snap Secure) is a scamming rip-off company.
I bought a digital mouse from Tigerdirect and Snap Secure came with it as a bundled item and I was suppose to get a $40.00 rebate.
When it all came down, I was going to have to activate the Snap Secure and keep it active for 10 months in order to get the rebate and also before I could cancel it.
I also had to furnish them with a credit card for auto renewal in case I wanted to keep it or in other words, in case I forgot to cancel it, they could hit me for another annual renewal.
Yep, Snapone is a scamming company and should be avoided like AIDS.
I blame Tigerdirect for allowing Snapone to scam Tigerdirect customers in such a manner and as of now, I have bought my last item of any kind from Tigerdirect.