GetLucky Removal Guide

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GetLucky is an adware application that affects users of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. It installs extensions to those browsers and shows commercial ads through them. Although the program has a strong sounding name, it will bring you no significant benefits. It is unlikely that the application will help you boost your online shopping experience. Instead, it will interrupt your browsing sessions by showing you pop-ups and other forms of advertisements. Those are not only annoying; they also are unsafe to click. We believe that any person who cares about his/her virtual safety should delete GetLucky.

The adware program targets computer users who often shop at online stores. It should provide you with discount coupons and deals for “almost anything you buy online.” If you find even some relevant offers using GetLucky, the cons of using it will surely outweigh pros. First of all, the adware program requires a lot of your PC's resources. You will find your computer operating not as fast it was before. Besides, the ads generated by GetLucky are very annoying. On top of that, those advertisements could contain redirect links to various third-party websites. Please keep in mind that “GetLucky does not assume any responsibility or liability for the actions, product and content” produced by third-parties. So, if you decide to click on any of the ads that the adware program displays, you will act solely at your own risk.

Do you remember when you installed GetLucky on your system? Most likely, the answer is no. Creators of this application allow downloading it from the official webpage located at But almost always this application finds another way to enter devices of unaware users. It comes in packages with freeware that people download and install from the Web. Just a single wrong step during the installation process and your computer can become infected with various suspicious programs. You can avoid the worst if you carefully read the Terms and Conditions of every single free program you receive from the Web.

If you want to get rid of this intrusive adware application, you need to remove the unwanted extension from your Internet browser. Attentively follow the instructions you will find below, and GetLucky will be gone in a couple of clicks. But, if you do not remember willingly installing this adware program, you need to scan your system and check to see whether the software package containing this application might have brought you other unwanted invaders. Only a legitimate security tool can detect all the potential threats that may be hiding somewhere on your computer. And you need to keep that tool always updated up to the latest version. Only the most recent edition of security software can detect all the newest security threats and wipe them out from your system.

Did you face any troubles while eliminating GetLucky? Do you need a bit of advice on which security program to choose? You are always welcome to address us via our Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ pages. Of course, you can always post your question in the comment box below.

GetLucky removal from your browser

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser and press Alt + T to launch Tools.
  2. Go to Add-ons.
  3. Navigate to Extensions and remove GetLucky.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch your browser.
  2. Click the Customize and control Google Chrome icon in the upper right corner.
  3. Select More tools.
  4. Go to Extensions.
  5. Click the recycle bin icon near GetLucky.
Download Remover for GetLucky *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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