Did you know that you can increase your internet speed “up to 375%” AND “cure” all sorts of computer errors, which can make your machine seem slow? A company called Ascentive, is purporting this is possible if you buy their optimization software (at Finally Fast.com). They are currently “mass” advertising this claim via TV ads and the internet.
Test question #1: Would you buy this software?
Under the Finallyfast.com “Terms of Agreement – Software Use”, this clause is reflected:
“You understand and agree that the Material is provided hereunder “AS IS” without warranty of any kind and that your use of the Material is at your sole discretion and risk.You shall be solely responsible for any damage to your network, software or computer system and any loss of data that may result from your use of the Site and/or the Material.”
Test question #2: Would you buy this software?
On the website, it states that “Ascentive Software, the company behind Finally Fast.com, has been featured in Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes; however, when you click on the links to those magazine sites, the links are dead.
Test question #3: Would you buy this software?
On the web site you can click on the “Free Scan” and download/install the scanning software. The scanning software detects numerous problems and errors (including severe errors).
Test question #4: Would you buy this software?
Please review this article: Finally Fast.com – Fast Scam! Free Alternative Software
Test question #5: Would you buy this software?
Please review this article: Fast At Last.com or Finally Fast.com – With this Software You’re Neither!
Test question #6: Would you buy this software?
Please review this article: TV Ads Promise Faster Internet and Problem Free Computing (actual video footage)
Test question #7: Would you buy this software?
Please review this article: FinallyFast Exposed (aka FastAtLast)
Test question #8: Would you buy this software?
I do not think I need to go any further AND I would like to think that you scored 100 percent on this short test, by answering “NO” to all of the questions. Primary purpose of this article is show readers, that it is important to research anything that is “to good to be true”!