Double Standard ?

Wondering if anybody else is concerned with the "double standard " ?  Just received my renewal email and noticed on the "payment plan" that if you are from Quebec you have to make a $25 "deposit" then the rest will be billed in instalments. However if you live outside of Quebec you have to pay and ADDITIONAL $25 then the cost of the product will be divided into payments. Why do those living outside of Quebec have to pay an additional $25 ???? I used to actually buy all my licences at this time and pay in full , and thought about doing instalments this year and saw this additional fee. Will now be reconsidering buying my programs early and giving my money to them early.

Anybody else notice this ?


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Quebec’s unique regulations meant that we were unable to charge this fee, however, we don’t believe there is a double standard. All of our Quebec-based products, including the Quebec Suite and TP-1 are available without this fee.

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