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Zoolz Dual Cloud 2TB Storage: Lifetime Subscription $41.99

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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] has Zoolz Dual Cloud 2TB Storage (Lifetime Subscription) for $41.99 with code code ZOOLZ.

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Zoolz Dual Cloud 1 TB Instant Backup
  • Store 1 TB of instantly accessible data for life, w/ no additional costs
  • Have your data encrypted w/ military-grade 256-AES encryption before it even leaves your machine
  • Quickly & easily select the files you want to store w/ Smart Selection
  • Retrieve stored files instantly
  • Enjoy backup scheduling, bandwidth throttling, icon overlay, file retention & more
  • Preview thumbnails of images
  • Get reliability w/ data stored over multiple facilities & devices

Zoolz Dual Cloud 1 TB Archive Backup
  • Archive 1 TB of retrievable data for life w/ no additional costs
  • Have your data encrypted w/ military-grade 256-AES encryption before it even leaves your machine
  • Retrieve stored files in approximately 3-5 hours from Cold Storage
  • Enjoy backup scheduling, bandwidth throttling, icon overlay, file retention & more
  • Preview thumbnails of images
  • Get reliability w/ data stored over multiple facilities & devices
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anyone use this before?>
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The lifetime promise is a concern with something that for them would have a monthly fee.

The lifetime would only be good if they continue to add new members for that lifetime.
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"Lifetime" lol right.. Once you get past that chargeback period, good luck.
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The lifetime promise is a concern with something that for them would have a monthly fee.

The lifetime would only be good if they continue to add new members for that lifetime.
Average lifetime of a housefly is generally 15 to 30 days and seems to be a lot of lifetime subscriptions here lately from no name companies
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yeah i was wondering what happens if the company goes bankrupt. Can they still provide "lifetime" service?
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everything stacksocial sells is a scam, you just have to figure out how they're going to miss your expectations after they already have your money
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everything stacksocial sells is a scam, you just have to figure out how they're going to miss your expectations after they already have your money
I have bought some really good deals from there, but buyer beware with everything.
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it's like with any lifetime solution, they'll change their terms and add a yearly maintenance fee, then monthly, then access fee, URL fee, etc.
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it's like with any lifetime solution, they'll change their terms and add a yearly maintenance fee, then monthly, then access fee, URL fee, etc.
Or just take 20k subscribers for $40 a year ride then disappear with a nice profit
In need to look into doing this scam
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storage-lifetime-subscription lol. Amazon couldn't do it. Do you think some noname company could?
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ofcourse the deal looks dodgy, only silver lining seems like a 2 TB max...
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Comes with a free Ringplus account.
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everything stacksocial sells is a scam, you just have to figure out how they're going to miss your expectations after they already have your money
examples please? something like POTUS?
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2 years ago I bought a 1TB lifetime account like this from stack social. The company's service was from another vendor and after a year the company stopped paying the main provider and that was it.
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