A friend of mine and I recently started working for a small computer repair business in our city. They initially told us about how important licensing is to them, "we won't work on pcs with pirated software." This was repeated time and time again, fast forward to the virus removal and scanning "training." It was to both of our surprise they they were using "freeware" to do this and charging the client a premium. One of the tools they use daily is Malwarebytes, free edition. Maybe it's a brand loyalty thing for my friend and I, but the company using one of our all-time favorites pieces of software without at the minimum, paying for the licensed/Pro version upset us both.
We have been discussing if what we should do about this. I say that even if they were using your Business Edition, the intention is that you are using to clean the pc it is installed on. Not to use to profit for a virus/malware removal. I believe that would be questionable as far as your licensing TOA/TOS is concerned. I do not think it's the intent of Malwarebytes to allow others to directly profit from your software, am I wrong?
What can or should we do about this? We are long times fans of your software. Just think if you are going to charge people upwards of $89 an hour (for 2 hours) of virus removal, and Malwarebytes is a big part of that process, I dunno maybe Malwarebytes should get some love to. Thanks for you ear, keep up your fantastic work.