Answer Best answer as chosen by user ankhuve
by Kees_B - 8/23/12 3:49 AM
In Reply to: ScheduFlow by ankhuve
Yep, you're right. It says "free" on http://download.cnet.com/ScheduFlow/3000-2654_4-10542724.html
But it also provides a link to the site of the maker, and that clearly says it ain't free. Just click on products or purchase and see for yourself.
But I'm afraid CNET won't pay you. This is from our terms of sale on http://cbsitou.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1320/?tag=ftr
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