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If you do not want to be bombarded with suspicious advertisements, you should not interact with the notifications introduced by This website has nothing to offer you, and it serves advertisers alone. Online advertising is not a crime, hut you have to be mindful about whose ads you trust, and there is no doubt that unreliable parties use unreliable platforms, which this website is known as. Just like,,, and hundreds of other known advertising websites, it is most likely to be exploited by schemers and unreliable parties, which is why you want to run in the opposite direction when you face it. In this report, you will find information about this advertising platform and how to delete notifications. If you are curious about this, please continue reading, and do not forget that we can answer all removal-related questions in the comments section.

Do you remember facing the “ wants to Show notifications” pop-up? Did you click ‘Allow’ or ‘Block?’ If you chose the first option, you agreed to have various advertisements flood your screen, and they might even show up on your Desktop. These notifications might present shopping deals, installers of unknown extensions and programs, system update warnings, security alerts, sweepstakes, surveys, and so on. Some of the notifications might be harmless, and they might route you to websites that are not promoting malware or exposing you to scams. Other notifications could be set up just to steal information, trick you into downloading malware, or just make you visit malicious and unreliable websites. Speaking of such websites, it is possible that they have led you to in the first place. If that is what happened, you need to trace your steps back and figure out what not to do in the future to avoid landing on advertising websites. We specifically recommend staying away from unauthorized resellers, suspicious platforms for extensions, illegal streaming websites, and so on.

When you allow notifications by or any other similar source to show up on your screen, you allow the settings of your web browser to be modified. On Google Chrome, they are modified in the chrome://settings/content/notifications menu, and on Mozilla Firefox, they are modified in the Notifications Permissions section in the about:preferences#privacy menu. Is either one of these browsers the one that delivers notifications and messages via to you? If that is the case, we are happy to provide you with instructions that will help you remove or block the unwanted notifications. Unfortunately, in some cases, users seem to be unable to get rid of pop-ups and advertisements regardless of what notifications they allow or delete. This usually happens if adware, PUPs, and malware exist on the system and browsers. If you have no idea whether threats exist on your system, we strongly recommend that you inspect it right away. More experienced users might be able to handle the task themselves, but even they are likely to implement a legitimate malware scanner instead of taking the manual route.

If threats are detected by the malware scanner, you have to figure out how to delete them. You could try doing that on your own, using the manual removal guides on our website, or you could install a trusted anti-malware tool to identify and remove all existing threats automatically. A tool like that might even remove notifications after identifying them as adware helpers. Of course, there is a way to get rid of them manually as well, via the Notifications menu. The instructions below explain how to handle the task manually. If you are having issues with the steps shown below, or if you need to eliminate the unwanted notifications from a different browser, we are here to help you. Just let us know what kind of assistance you need in the comments section, and we will get back to you ASAP.

How to delete notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  3. Find Notifications in the Permissions section.
  4. Click Settings to access Notifications Permissions.
  5. Select the URL of the advertising website and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  3. Find the URL of the advertising website.
  4. Click the More actions icon on the right. It is represented by three dots.
  5. Click Remove or Block.
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