Kaspersky Total Security Coupon Magazines really hate it when you let your subscription lapse. The time between receiving your first issue and receiving your first renewal notice can be amazingly short. If you like the magazine that's not a problem; you can renew any time and simply extend your subscription. Not all security software subscriptions work the same way, though. In particular, if you renew your Kaspersky subscription too early you can incur a significant loss.
An irate customer brought this problem to my attention. He got a notice that his Kaspersky Internet Security Coupon was about to expire, so he extended the subscription for two years. Being a person of rare perception he noticed that the new end date was two years from the present, not two years from the previous end date. He lost two full months of coverage.
I checked with Kaspersky and was very surprised to find that indeed this is their policy. If you renew in the two weeks prior to the end of the current subscription you'll retain the remaining two weeks. But if you renew sooner you simply lose the remainder of the current subscription.
According to my Kaspersky contacts a warning about this policy should have come up when the reader tried early renewal.Kaspersky Antivirus Coupon Code According to the customer no such warning appeared. I tend to believe the customer, who was sharp enough to notice the discrepancy in end dates.
you're a happy user of a Kaspersky security product you'll certainly want to keep your subscription current.
Just be very careful not to renew too early! Readers, have you encountered other peculiar subscription policies? Let me know.