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Andrew S.

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Experience: Shopping, Food & Drink, Autos & Vehicles

Member since August 2011

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3 Reviews by Andrew

8/27/11
If you like cars, you'll love this site. It has news and video on a mix of automotive topics. They range from silly to useful. It is an eclectic mix, making this site a wonderful way to waste time. Or, for that matter, to research an automotive topic that the rest of the world has not caught on to.
8/27/11
I also was referred to this site from the V8 juice website. However, I cannot agree with the other reviewers. Coupons.com wanted to install software on my computer in order to print the coupons. Since every other online coupon I have ever found just printed straight from my browser I cannot help but think that there is some other purpose to this software. I admit I have no evidence to support this, but I think that this is tracking software - which is classified as malware. If I am correct, no reputable company would indulge in this behavior.
Edit: on further research I found a computer investigator who had checked into coupons.com and the situation is worse than I thought.
http://www.benedelman.org/news/082807-1.html
8/27/11
I saw a television ad offering a coupon on V8 products. We like V8 so I thought I'd grab a coupon. The site was easy to use, and the coupon was good. Or it would have been. They have sub-contracted their coupons to another site which wanted to install software on my computer in order to print the coupon. Excuse me?
Now I have no evidence to support my suspicion that there is a nefarious purpose to this software, but since additional software is not required for a simple function like printing, my guess is that they want to install tracking software. No thank you, that is defined as malware and no reputable company should indulge in it. I believe that Campbell's should be ashamed of this.

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