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Ascentive - No support

I want support and I get nothing these people talk the talk but let you down with no support, how come they don't have a number to call? I have tried to get help and have heard nothing I bought 5 products from them and this is the way you get treated, makes you mad as ***. I havn't had any time to check out the speed of my system, It tells you that you are faster but are you any faster? I don't think so not for the price they get for the software, it looks like a rip to me.
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I called and had a hard time getting through but, I did get the voice mail of Chip Taylor with ascentive and left a message. Just call the number 215-468-**** press option 9 and enter 82.

this will direct you to this Chip Taylor. I just called after hrs. so I am waiting for a response. If I here back I will return to post more here.How to Report Fraudulent CompaniesContributor By V.

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to all those who paid for this ***-ware and would like to tell them whats what, i did my own detective work to getting their address, and fax; (these were posted on their website without a regular phone number) but to save everyone the risk and hassle of doing it, i managed to get the regular phone number (automated; figures..) here it is...


201 spring garden st. suite 400

philadelphia, pa 19123

phone: (215) 468-****

fax: (215) 320-****

have fun tellin' em off!!!!!!!!!!! :grin 8)

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