Chica Password Manager Review & Giveaway! 3 Winners!

I don't know about all of you but I have a billion different accounts online and they all require a password. Passwords for email, Facebook, Twitter, internet shopping and the list goes on and on and on. I have been guilty of using the same password for multiple accounts of mine online even though I know it's not a wise choice. On the other hand, how on earth is someone supposed to remember all of those passwords?

What if there was an easy way to create secure passwords and store them securely on your computer as well?

Now you can with Chica Password Manager!

Chica Password Manager Features:

Creates Strong Passwords Stores them securely in the encrypted database

Imports Passwords — Automatically imports from other sites and programs

Convenient  One Master Password to remember for all of your accounts

Automatic Logins — Recognizes your password-protected sites and logs you in automatically

Organizes — Arrange your passwords any way you like with the enhanced groups function

Saves Time Fills in forms online quickly and accurately with one click

Secure Protection — Hackers can’t get to your encrypted passwords and personal information


Let me just ask: Where has this been? It's been a COMPLETE life saver for me. I have been using it for a couple of weeks now and it's fabulous! I really loved that it uses only one master password to get into the manager program and from there, once you have created or imported all of your passwords into the program, things are a breeze. No more trying to remember a password for a website. No more having to waste time having the website email you your password because you forgot. No more even having to log into websites. This program not only remembers all of the passwords but it will log you into those websites automatically. Shopping online or signing up for various other things online that require you to enter your name and address etc? No more! With the built in auto form filler, with one click your information will be filled in for you. Talk about a time saver!

I now have encrypted passwords for all of my password protected accounts online and feel much safer knowing that hackers cannot get into my accounts and my personal information. I will not ever be without this program as it saves me time, saves me from becoming stressed out when I cannot remember a password or even worse, being hacked because my password wasn't encrypted and was easily stolen.

Buy It: For a limited time, the Chica Password Manager is $19.95 - a $29.95 value! I personally feel that it is worth every single penny. You can purchase it HERE. It's available in English, Spanish, German, Danish, Dutch, Russian and Czech and is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, 32bit.

Win It: 3 lucky readers will win their own copy of Chica Password Manager!

RULES: You must be 18 or older to enter. This giveaway is open worldwide. Winners will be picked using and emailed. Winners will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner(s) will be picked. Giveaway ends 3/20/12 at 11:59 pm eastern time. PLEASE be sure the Chica Password Manager is available in your language and is compatible with your operating system.

PLEASE NOTE: There are THREE Mandatory entries in order to be entered as required by the sponsor. Use the Rafflecopter form to enter.

Disclosure: I received a complementary sample in order to facilitate a review. I will also be compensated for this review/giveaway post but that did not influence my review in any way. All opinions were honest and my own.

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wendy said…
I forgot the password for my bank, wound up being locked out of account because I tried too many times, and had to go to the bank in person to reset the password!

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adf said…
Ive forgotten so many passwords that are important. I get locked out of my account and have to make a new one! Its the worst and such a waste of time.
Ken said…
I have to be more diligent about my passwords. Please accept my entry. Thank you.
Anonymous said…
I need this. I have hundreds of passwords, I'm sure.
Anonymous said…
I write down my passwords in a little book but it's so tiresome and you have to use a code so that nobody else can access your passwords if they find this book. Such a pain.

Dianne Arsenault
Gianna said…
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Gianna said…
Forgetting a password for a place I had an old email with.
Steve Harper said…
If you are really looking for a password manager that works on all browsers running on any device (including mobile phones, tablets, computers, etc), take a look "Intuitive Password". I use it all the time and it's very convenient.

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