Consumer Alert:


As many of you in the Dallas area may have seen lately, a company called “FinallyFast” is heavily advertising on television. Their product is a program that they promise will speed up your computer by clearing out the junk files that accumulate on computers over time.

You would think that as a bankruptcy lawyer, I would never fall victim to a scam. Unfortunately, I saw one of the commercials while I was waiting impatiently for a webpage to load on my laptop, which has become increasingly slow over the past few months. In a weak moment, I went to the website and downloaded the program, after paying $30.00 for the privilege.

At first, I was pleasantly surprised. My computer did indeed speed up noticeably, and I was very happy with the result. However, when I turned on my computer the next morning, I was greeted by a succession of Viagra ads, porno websites, and warnings that I needed to go back to the website and download the company’s anti-virus program. For another $30.00, of course.

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