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Adwareremover 2007 Ripoff


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#1 debmiller59

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Posted 22 December 2007 - 04:14 AM

Hello I downloaded the adwareremover2007 for 49.99 because I got so scared and was unable to do anything else. It messed my computer up so bad and since im not very computer literate, and didnt know what to do, I did a retore and lost thousands of my pictures and all my personal files. I need the email address a customer service department phone number or that website so I can try to get a refund. I printed the receipt but it doesnt have an email address or phone number can anyone help me please?:thumbsup:

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Posted 22 December 2007 - 11:42 AM

AdwareRemover2007 is a rouge security program.

A Rogue Security Program is software that purports to scan and detect malware or other problems on the computer, but which attempts to dupe or badger users into purchasing the program by presenting the user with intrusive, deceptive warnings and/or false, misleading scan results. Rogue Security Programs typically use aggressive, deceptive advertising and may be installed without adequate notice and consent, often through exploits.

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