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Author Topic: Can I trust bookdownloadforfree > filesfetcher?  (Read 2139 times)


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Can I trust bookdownloadforfree > filesfetcher?
« on: June 02, 2017, 06:21 PM »
Can I trust bookdownloadforfree > creativeserver > filesfetcher?

I want to save some money and get a certain ebook for free. However, the storage (filesfetcher) will have my credit card informations beforehand. They appear very trustworthy, but the process is making me nervous. I usually don't hand over such private informations before having something. And then I thought, instead of testing and hoping, why not just ask the forum!

Dear Forum: Do you have any experience with myFilesFetcher and can tell if I can trust them my credit card data?


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Re: Can I trust bookdownloadforfree > filesfetcher?
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 06:38 PM »
Doesn't look free to me.

* You get a 7-day free trial only when you register for a 1-month Premium plan

Also, AdGuard warns me when I clicked the "Click here to try Filesfetcher free for 7 days" button:

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Re: Can I trust bookdownloadforfree > filesfetcher?
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2017, 09:48 AM »
Curt, how would a "download files to centralized location and let you download from there later" kind of service allow you to get an ebook for free?  :huh:
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