BetterPriceChec is a JustPlugIt-based browser extension which is categorized as adware because of the capability to display pop-up windows, including special offers, coupons, web banners, pop-ups, and other advertisements. The program is compatible with three most popular websites, which are Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. As regards Google Chrome, this browser disables the adware program, which means that the user has to manually activate it in order to get its pop-ups.
BetterPriceChec is capable of changing its name, and, after installing this program, you may find that your browsers contain browser add-ons bearing odd-looking names, such as BeTtterPrIceeChheec, BettterParicieeCahec, BettoeorPruicceuCihec, and the like. In any case, it is advisable to remove BetterPriceChec from the computer because this is one of the ways to prevent computer infections and system malfunctions.
Adware programs such as BetterPriceChec are one of the methods of promoting insecure websites, and usually you cannot tell to what website you will be directed. You should ignore pop-up windows promoting updates for your browsers or Flash player, surveys, quizzes, and computer security programs because your interaction with phishing website may have adverse consequences.
The adware program BetterPriceChec is also capable of monitoring your online actions. Like other ad-supported browsers, BetterPriceChec records the IP address of your computer, search terms, clicks, impressions, browser settings, browser language, and some other details related to your browsing sessions. Information about your browsing behavior and preferences is used for various purposes, including marketing and advertising. In order to prevent targeted advertisements, you should remove BetterPriceChec, so do not wait any longer.
Below you will find our instructions that will help you remove BetterPriceChec. However, we strongly recommend that you use a spyware and malware removal tool because by implementing one, you provide the system with protection against various threats, including Trojan horses, rogue anti-virus programs, browser hijackers, ransomware infections, and the like.
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Having removed the adware program, you should find out whether the computer contains any malicious files. To do so, use the scanner available below and invest in the program if need be.