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LetsExtract Email Studio 4.3 Lite< のgiveaway は 2018年8月9日
Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10
I'm not in the business to which this kind of software is directed; I actually spend more of my time ensuring that this kind of software never works on me. I am, however, interested in software offered on GOTD because this platform has the potential to flag up the unexpected and the original.
Unfortunately, this giveaway isn't worth my time because the developer has conspicuously failed to explain the difference between what may be temporarily on offer today and what is permanently available: there is no such product as LetsExtract Email Studio 4.3 Lite, priced $19, on the developer's website.
Suspicion inevitably arises that this is a crippled "sell-up" product whose limitations will only be discovered after a user has gone to the time and trouble of downloading and installing it. The developer would do well to come on here and clarify the situation. It would also be helpful to know when PCMag reviewed this software and endorsed it with an "Editor's Choice" rating, for although this award is prominently reported on the LetsExtract
website, I haven't yet found it.
I looked at letsextract.com home page for more information about their product. I followed up on their award winning claims on PCMAG which I couldn't find any trace of it and also The European Software Testing Awards 2016 website which said "No results for your search". To LetsExtract Email Studio, please verify your claims and clear this up.
Is this kind of software really legal? It completely ignores all privacy regulations and harvests/distributes email and login (skype) info without the consent of the owners!
Use of this software to populate a marketing mail list of customers within the EU would be a breach of existing EU directives and member country corresponding laws. Under no circumstances can harvested email addresses be considered to have opted in to any marketing email database and to use it as such could subject the aberant sender of unsolicited commercial email to multi-thousand $/£/Euro fines per recipiant that never solicited or consented to such UCE/SPAM. Other jurisdictions may have their own laws regarding UCE which may be less or more severe.
As used by Cambridge Analytica?
No company information (address etc) on the website front page.
I can find no mention of them on PCMAG.COM, let alone being an editors choice.
It has CON written all over it.
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