remove it lied said it cost 15.00 to get rid of my badstuff out! non-commerical computer! now they left me with they say about 100 viruses I swear Iam non-profit computer user! Iam 100% disabled head and body! I shouldpost this on facebooK Tell everyone they lied! InCode Solutions Removal tool! everything and it's mother appeared on screen! email@example.com please advice! I'm 62 not well need facial surgery! brand new computer! I know I went looking for protection I don't know if it is the virus! http://www.incode.sollutions.com! Michael H. Santillo
This could be categorized as spam because it literally floods Google - the whole first result page I got was filled with this crap and almost nothing else. Most results I got were either saved searches which tricked the search engine, or the same (unanswered) questions about what I am asking.
Fixya is actually a site that just tricks google search queries. If you search for something on google the results apparently appear on Fixya. When you click on the link you will find out that the content of the site has nothing to do with the actual search terms. It just contains links to related google searches.
This site exploits Google serch system in order to serve ads (SEO spamming). Worst some of the links ask for personal information and contain malware. Avoid
They gussy it up to look like Yahoo answers or Wikianswers, but then charge for you to use the website.
They abuse the Google search engine to drive in traffic, but they don't actually provide anything relevant or useful.
For example, I wanted to fix a Bx5a studio monitor and they had nothing, but claimed they had something if I shelled out $20.
If that's not a scam, then nothing is.
I provided a unique e-mail address to this site when I registered, and kept it secret. A few months later, I started getting all kinds of spam at that address. FixYa denies sharing the address with a third party; however, there is no other way this could have occurred.
I opened this site and filled out some information, such as my name and e-mail address. Before completing the form, I decided it wasn't for me, so I opted out.
After that I received an e-mail from them requesting that I use their services. The bad part is that now I keep getting a popup "Internet Security Warning" message about every minute, that says "The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that cannot be verified". It is from "Network Solutions Security Authority". That is the website that I opted out of.
I can't get rid of the popups, even though I select "NO" to the question "Do you want to continue using this server".
People i cant understood how we can talking this stupid things! I working in company specialist for info and network security 15 years and never see ....no comment ..i loosing time ...