Just Cloud Sucks!

You are looking for a cloud backup service, you read a few review websites and they all rave about this service called Just Cloud. The price looks ok so you decide to sign up and try it out. You try it for a day or two and think it is ok and they offered you a sweet deal in an email to sign up so you do. After you pay them you realize that the sweet deal you got might not have been as sweet as you thought.

When you installed the service you let it just use the defaults thinking that would be fine. Little did you know that the service does not backup files over a certain size. After your hard drive dies you discover that most of your photos, music and video were all over that size limit and none of them were saved.

There are tons of stories on the Internet of people being ripped off by Just Cloud or one of the other services that JDI Backup runs. MyPCBackup, Zip Cloud and Backup Genie are all the same service and the truth is they all SUCK! If you were taken advantage of by one of these services here is your chance to tell the world. Write your review of Just Cloud on our review page or drop us a note where you wrote your review so we can feature it here.

Remember tell the world that Just Cloud SUCKS!

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by Marta on Just Cloud
JustCloud is a FRAUD

I'd been paying for back up for years, which they had not been providing for who knows how long, even though I was very far from reaching the upper limit of my data allowance. Their tech support was totally incompetent. They disabled the link to stop automatic account renewals on their website!!! I sent them 3 emails asking to cancel, but they ignored it, and kept re-directing me to their "senior" tech support, and "requesting" me to check my account "in every 4 days" to see if the problem was fixed. Unbelievable! Finally I threatened to report them to econsumer.gov. That seemed to work, although I doubt I'll ever see a refund.

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