I didn't investigate too far into that web site because my WOT, (Web of Trust), plugin in Firefox nearly blew up my system when it loaded the page with RED warnings;
I didn't see the CNET logo on that first page of the web site, but I have reported this to the Forum Admin so he can pass this on to CNET's legal team. So thank you for that.
Such sites are commonplace and the old tenant usually applies; "If it looks too good to be true, then it usually is, (too good to be true)".
Sorry you have had such a bad experience there. May I suggest you check your credit card balance?
I purchased a download of some adobe softwear a couple of weeks ago from a company using the web address http://www.interweavetech.com. Their terms seemed good and they had a cnet logo implying they were cnet authorized at the bottom of their site. My payment cleared the same night. Two weeks later, I still do not have any info on a download. I have attempted to contact 3 times. I have two questions:
1) Is there a good way to get my money back?
2) How do I officially report this to Cnet? I trust that logo a lot when buying products online or in stores and I'm sure I'm not alone.