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Is it possible to know if its safe to buy licenses from this store?

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2 hours ago, Lopes said:

Is it possible to know if its safe to buy licenses from this store?

Thank you

Is it better to buy from where ESET directs you to.

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I understand that, however there prices are to high for me, so trying to find better prices so i can have the best security at home

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7 hours ago, Lopes said:

I understand that, however there prices are to high for me, so trying to find better prices so i can have the best security at home

You could contact eset and see what they can do possibly? The problem is that there are a lot of licenses sold illegally which are basically one license sold to multiple people which is illegal. Eset will detect when a license is being used too many times and revoke the license and so I often see a lot of people who have suffered from this.

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Here's the problem with Eset's distribution network.

There is usually only one authorized partner per country. However that partner can set up reseller arrangements with other in-country business concerns. The problem is the only way to know if the reseller is legit is by directly contacting the in-country authorized Eset parnter. So my advice is to use the above link I posted for Eset - Portugal and contact them directly if blitzhandel24 is one of their resellers.

Also note that Eset licenses are country specific. If a reseller is located let's say in Germany, that license won't work if installed on a device located in Portugal. It does appear to me that blitzhandel24.com is a German business concern.

Note: I am not familiar with EU trade agreements in regards to what is stated above. But I strongly suspect that the in-country license restrictions also apply to the EU countries.

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2 hours ago, itman said:

Here's the problem with Eset's distribution network.

There is usually only one authorized partner per country. However that partner can set up reseller arrangements with other in-country business concerns. The problem is the only way to know if the reseller is legit is by directly contacting the in-country authorized Eset parnter. So my advice is to use the above link I posted for Eset - Portugal and contact them directly if blitzhandel24 is one of their resellers.

Also note that Eset licenses are country specific. If a reseller is located let's say in Germany, that license won't work if installed on a device located in Portugal. It does appear to me that blitzhandel24.com is a German business concern.

Note: I am not familiar with EU trade agreements in regards to what is stated above. But I strongly suspect that the in-country license restrictions also apply to the EU countries.

I did have a look and translate and it did seem to state that they have eset for all languages and countries and reviews of their site seem to be okay but I agree it's best to contact the authorised partner to be safe

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1 hour ago, peteyt said:

I did have a look and translate and it did seem to state that they have eset for all languages and countries

I wouldn't put a lot of stock into their statements. The Eset installer supports multiple languages. I could install an Eset license purchased in the U.S. and at installation time select Spanish for example, as the installation language.

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