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Rogue software, pretends to be legitimate and steals your info.
Club Penguin Kevin07-01-2015
mauvais site internet votre pc infecté
I added some sites that I had to remove with CCleaner and some say that I don't have the authority to remove them. I am the admin of my site so if normal steps to remove them don't work, I'll go the admin route.
It was so bad with constant pop-ups overlapping each other on the same page that I couldn't do anything so now, unless I know the origin of a site and READ every tiny little thing before installing to avoid this mess hopefully. Many I have removed contained viruses, etc.
Fake error cleaner and adware and scam and stupid price for one year
very annoying pop up. hard to get rid of. i suspect it to be close to if not illegl site do to thee third party reference, not endorsement.
These "miracle cleaners" are pretty much all a scam.
When they claim that they are going to speed up your computer by 49406837320402%! What are they going to do? Also turn it into a quantum computer?
I also did a test run of the software and indeed it is scareware. It tried to say that my system is unstable, has viruses and a whole lot of other hogwash.
Liar liar pants on fire!
I used the product to try to correct a few somewhat annoying Windows issues. Basically, after running the product, my BIOS and Windows systems were so messed up that about a week of back and forths with their tech support resulted in a machine which still wouldn't boot from the hard drive. Now, I've requested THREE times for my money back (per their 30 day guarantee) and still haven't gotten my money.' Ruined my PC, and can't even get my money back (thus far). Hmmm! What would you call this product?
Aces N Hole04-04-2015
Ytd Video download installs malware on your computer that directs you to this site.
Disreputable sales practice - no mention of activation fee until after installation & scan
Gouging activation fees [CAD $49.95, single-use]/ & annual unlimited-use premium
Scare tactics - aludes to non-existent issues - virus/malware, registry error(s)
Often advertised/spammed by people with "master's degree" in computer science through Yahoo! Answers.
@7551616, Re: Here is proof of the software being advertised on Yahoo! Answers, not so misleading now.