Should you Trust Free Call Recording Software?

Posted by Kevin Levi on May 23, 2013 11:27:00 AM

The word "free" certainly comes with many red flags today, doesn't it?  After all, nothing of value can really be free, right?  While this is certainly the case in most instances, there is room for viable free call recording software in the market.  You just have to know what to look for:

Here are some good rfree call recording softwareules to go by:

1. It should be offered by a reputable company, not some independent software developer with no credibility.

2.The software provider should list at least some of its other customers and partners.

3. You should not have to give your credit card number.

4. If it's based on a free trial, you should have zero obligation to pay at the end.  If you want to simply let the trial expire, you should be able to - no questions asked.

5. There should be a more robust version available if you want added functionality - even if you have to pay for it.

6. The software should have testimonials behind its use.

7. You should not have to talk to a live salesperson before downloading the free call recording software.

8. The software should have some awards under its belt.

9. The software should have solid documentation to explain how it is installed, used and what type of features/functionality it has.

10. There should be someone you can contact directly for support - at no charge.

So if you're thinking of evaluating some free call recording software, be sure to consider these 10 rules before downloading it.  It could save you a lot of heartache in the long run.

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