I have purchased avg pc tuned 2011
I HAVE PUCHASED AVG PC TUNEDUP 2011 BY USING MY CREDIT CARD, I HAVE DONE THE PAYMENT ALOS, BUT FORGOT TO DOWNLOAD IT, and swicted off my pc without download it, now what shall I do
You need to go to the avg website and enter a support email to have your details emailed to you.
As part of your payment you should have received an email which will confirm your purchase and a download URL, it will also have contact details for the service team. It may also have a customer ID, I would go back into the website and go to the download page where you should be able to use your customer ID to re-download
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