Coupon Alert is a suspicious application that seems to be a clone of Health Alert, Finance Alert, Storm Alert, and similar advertisement-supported programs. All of these applications are considered to be unreliable, and so it should not be surprising that we recommend removing them. Even though these applications seem to be helpful, we can assure you that they are not as great as you may believe them to be. First of all, Coupon Alert and its clones cannot bring any benefits. If you have installed the app from cheapcouponalert.com, you probably think that it will help you save money. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that the program will help you in any manner, and so you should delete Coupon Alert.
When computer users install Coupon Alert, this program seems to get out of the radar, because it does not install a browser extension, and it seems that there is no way to control it. If you want to disable the application, you have to open up the Task Manager and disable the process CouponAlertService.exe. Note that this is the service you need to disable before removing the program from your operating system, if you choose to remove Coupon Alert from your PC manually. The reasons why you need to delete the suspicious application are quite simple. If you do not delete Coupon Alert, you are bound to face different security threats every time you browse the web.
Even though unlike its clones Coupon Alert does not deceive users about its activity, you still should not trust the program. The banner and pop-up advertisements that this application presents are supposed to help you save money; however, instead of producing coupons and supposedly useful offers, the app is more likely to flood your browsers with completely useless ads. What is worse, these ads are linked to unfamiliar parties, and as you known, unreliable applications are usually employed by unreliable advertisers and companies. Therefore, instead of interacting with the Coupon Alert ads, we recommend removing the advertisement-supported program from your PC.
Have you downloaded Coupon Alert packaged with various suspicious programs that you need to delete? This is not surprising at all, considering that the application can be installed by third-party installers and that it is officially presented packaged with third-party applications as well. Unfortunately, removing third-party applications may be more complicated than the removal of Coupon Alert itself, and because of this, we suggest employing automatic malware removal software (e.g., SpyHunter). You can also try to delete malware manually. The manual Coupon Alert removal is presented via the guides below, but you must keep in mind that other applications may require different kind of removal.
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8 & Windows 8.1: