We’ve seen a growing number of consumers getting lost in the sea of antivirus product features and marketing messages. Our team is here to help shoppers understand antivirus terminology.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 22, 2012
Avast antivirus software recently received a booster shot from Antivirus Bulletin when it created a new support team to help antivirus shoppers. The new team will help consumers understand the key features of Avast’s new product line, and help them choose the right product for their needs.
Chad Neth, one of the founders of AV Bulletin said, “We’ve seen a growing number of consumers getting lost in the sea of antivirus product features and marketing messages. Our team is here to help shoppers understand antivirus terminology, understand how and where they’re vulnerable, and ultimately to guide them in selecting the best antivirus software for their needs. We recently awarded Avast our top antivirus pick award and our new team is here to help our site visitors understand why this anti-malware software is the best solution out there. The support team will provide useful articles and other content on our growing site.”
The creation of the new Avast support team at AntivirusBulletin.com comes just days after recent customer support complaints were lodged against Avast Antivirus support firm, iYogi, an Indian based support company. iYogi recently apologized for mis-selling expensive support contracts to unsuspecting customers. Avast promptly suspended their support contract with iYogi, until an investigation has been completed.
In a world where scammers are scamming consumers in the process of selling them anti-scamming tools, it can be difficult to know where to look for clear, concise answers to online security questions. Antivirus Bulletin claims to be the one stop shop for users to get educated about their online vulnerabilities, select the proper antivirus software tools, and then forge their way ahead in a sometimes dicey cyber world.
In addition to creating a dedicated Avast support team, the leadership at AV Bulletin expanded their site to include informational articles on a wide range of online security topics, including spyware, spear phishing and other malware.
More information can be viewed right now at http://antivirusbulletin.com.