The Developers of Winweb Security are Thieves and Liars
When I first got infected with Spyware Guard 2008, I thought it was maybe a real antispyware program. I came to find out later that it was not a real antispyware program, and even worse, that it was spyware! After what I had found out, I felt lucky that I was only out $70.
Okay, I admit it, I like free stuff. Who doesn’t, really? I was downloading a movie on one of those P2P file sharing sites. Suddenly, an alert screen popped up and told me that Spyware Guard 2008 said that I was infected. I thought that was kind of weird, since I didn’t have that program.
I was relocated to the Spyware Guard 2008 home page. There was a scan going on, and it told me that I had thousands of spyware files on my computer. I was getting kind of panicky looking at it. Thousands???
After that was done, Spyware Guard 2008 told me that I needed to buy its full version to clean my computers infection. I didn’t want to pay at first, but I gave in and bought their program after I couldn’t get away from the page.
After getting it and using it, I decided Spyware Guard 2008 was junk. I never stopped getting pop up advertisements and my computer was acting clunky. It became a normal thing for my browser to crash.
I complained about this to my friend. He told me that Spyware Guard 2008 was the problem. He said that it was something called a rogue antispyware tool. Basically, it pretends to be an antispyware program to scam people out of money.
He looked shocked when I told him that I bought it. He told me that I was lucky to have only lost what I paid for the program. He had heard that some people were having all their money taken by programs like this. By the time all was said and done, I felt pretty stupid.
I asked him what I could do about it. He suggested calling my credit card company and the FBI to take care of the possible identity theft. He also mentioned that I probably didn’t want to tell them how I caught Spyware Guard 2008 in the first place.
As for the Spyware Guard 2008 infection, he suggested that I get ZookaWare PC Cleaner to clean it up. He used it, and said that it really was the best thing out there. He showed me their Web page. Obviously, I don’t know much about spyware and all that stuff, but I’m a business person. When you’re partnered with the BBB, you’re good stuff. The five star ratings helped, too.
What really got me was the 100% removal guarantee. I asked Bill (my friend) how they could do that. He said that they had a robot scanning the Internet and that it nails the spyware right when it comes out. Basically, within a couple of minutes of a spyware coming out, I would be protected from it.
I liked that idea, so I bought the ZookaWare PC Cleaner program. It got rid of Spyware Guard 2008, and I haven’t had any problems since. It really doesn’t get better than 100%.
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