The Scanguard System Reviews
About The Scanguard System
The Scanguard System, found online at TheScanguardSystem.com, is a new type of personal computer security software and optimization software available for use on home computers.
How Does It Work?
The Scanguard System is designed specifically to fix the performance problems you may be having with your personal computer that uses a Windows operating system, including the analysis of programs and files and the deletion or elimination of any programs or files that are unnecessary and potentially slowing down your computer.
This program also works as security software which is appropriate not just for Windows based computers, but also for Macs, Android devices, and iOS devices. They promise that it will actively monitor your computer for harmful threats 24 hours a day and make sure that you are protected from backdoor hacking applications and trojans.
Though this website frequently mentions their program being free, they simply mean that downloading their program is free of charge. But in order to have their full service and protection, customers are welcome to purchase twelve months’ worth of protection for $49.00, and this service will cover the protection of three devices, provide Advanced Antivirus, Malware Protection, Browsing Security, and a Performance Boost.
The website does say that they will provide their customers with a refund of their full purchase price if they cancel their subscription within the first 30 days from the day they subscribe, by emailing their Customer Service team at [email protected]
If you choose to cancel your subscription after the 30 day period, you can request a prorated refund of any fees already paid for the full months of service you have not used yet, but unfortunately the website says that they are unable to offer a refund of any fees paid for any additional services.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers looking to contact their Customer Service team can do so by submitting them directly to their website through the Contact Us link, or if you prefer to speak to someone by phone, you can find a list of relevant contact numbers also through their Contact Us link.
Most Windows PCU cleaners and repair systems are highly suspect and come with multiple customer reviews with claims of viruses and popup problems and questions of whether or not they are actually safe to use.
The Scanguard System appears to have hardly any reviews at this point, making it difficult to determine whether it has these same problems or questions or whether it is generally considered a good, high quality repair system.
However, the truth is that all this program will really do is act as a basic registry cleaner and security program, the same as many other programs available on the market, including many of which that are completely free to use and are known to do a good job of repairing most PC performance issues. Customers should really make the effort to try the free or more affordable and well-liked programs before committing to the financial investment in The Scanguard System.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are many other optimization programs out there that offer very similar services and promises to this software, including SafePCRepair, RegCure Pro, SpeedyPC.com, MaxMySpeed.com, and many more, though they are subject to the same concerns and criticisms as this program.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your The Scanguard System reviews below.
11 ‘The Scanguard System’ Reviews
I really like it, quick, simple and found some issues on my pc which I removed and machine went fast again. I recommend giving them a shot.
Worked wonders for me, still is. My last program I had for 3 years. Just bought this yest, used it on my laptop, works great. See how it does on my other 2 pcs.
Total waste of time ,, and a scam to get you to buy this rubbish .... keep away
downloaded it and the free few days it worked....then it stopped all my other protection and actually deleated it.....NO ENGLISH PEOPLE TO TALK TO AND BECAUSE I COULD NOT UNDERSTAND THEIR SLOP ENGLISH THEY THEN REFUSED TO REFUND MY MONEY AS I HAD RUN OUT OF TIME AFTER 15 TO 20 TIMES TO GET TECH SUPPORT...THEY SAID.IOBIT DOES A GREAT JOB AND ENGLISH TECH HELPS..HOPE THE JERKS HAVE A MERRY XMAS AND CHOKE ON THE MONEY!!!!!
There are dozens of these supposed scan systems which all claim to do the same thing. Sure, some with free offers will find and clean some issues, but they all want to induce you to pay for software which will perform a complete scan and remove function. I have tried them all, and removed all from my computer after performing their free scans. Here is what I have found, most will indeed find and remove some issues, and amazingly, in comparing, I found some will find or miss issues the others identified, so you will see some improvements by using several such free offers, but make sure you erase them all to avoid potential future issues and ongoing emails.
Same shit as every one else free scan (m) so I paid . Then My gmail will not work or my netflix will not let me in, pop ups every 20 or so minutes are very annoying they offered only 50% off now I am feeling used if you are getting 60% and it will take them 7 - 10 days for the refund. jUST A FRICKING SCAM don't waste your money
...said no one. Ever.
I read the reviews, watched the videos, did a little research and figured hey, it's free, why not give it a shot? So I did. I downloaded the "free" version, which apparently is code for "we don't charge you to download our product, but will ass-smash you when you actually try to use it." Ok, so maybe I missed the nuance, because I'm sure that somewhere between the lines of text - or, perhaps, audible if you run the video soundtrack backwards - there must have been some mention of the fact that using the "free" software will cost you some bucks, because not mentioning it would smell just a tad deceptive (aka "excremental value").
Anyway, I ran the free version and amazingly it found THREE threats that my McAfee Total Protection solution failed to detect. But wait, there's more! It also indicated that I could free up about 12GB of disk space! Home run, right? Wrong.
Here's the deal: The free version found, in addition to the 3 threats, 233 duplicate documents and an array of unnecessary applications. Clearing them, however, requires that you purchase the upgraded version. So I did. $49 bucks. Starbucks money.
Here's the miracle: In the time between running the free scan and running the newly paid for scan, ALL OF THE THREATS HAD MIRACULOUSLY VANISHED!
Wait, unless there's a chance that they never actually existed... Then I just spent Starbucks money on an internet goof?
I'll hold off on using the other s word (starts with "s" and ends with "cam") until I see whether or not the money back guarantee is legit. In the meantime, I'm going to suggest looking for a different solution to your performance issues (guys, we're talking computer performance).
It sounded fantastic, offering a free download and use till 16/11/2016. When I downloaded and carried out a scan, it does what all the other fantastically hyped malware scanner downloads do, it tells you it found lots of threats but when you click on resolve it want you to purchase it. If you want me to purchase it, provide me with evidence that it works better than others by fixing problems for at least a month. Thumbs down from me. I have uninstalled it.