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It is possible that you simply want to run a web search on a free application you would like to download and install. However, the results your search engine returns with may contain links to fake websites set up by cyber criminals in order to promote malicious bundles. Clicking on any content on such a site can easily redirect you to this fake alert page. This is why it is important that you only download software as well as updates from official and reputable websites. It is very easy to click on the wrong content when you land on unfamiliar pages.
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However, when you call this number, you will be talked into purchasing a system fixing service or application that may not work at all since this is all just a scam. If you do not want to share your personally identifiable information or provide remote control to these alleged “technicians” we simply call potential “schemers,” you should act right now and remove Please call us immediately at: (803) 702-1564 from your computer along with all possibly related and unrelated malware infections as well.
In order to be able to eliminate this fake alert, you need to find all suspicious programs you may have installed recently. For this, you can scan through your list of installed programs in Control Panel and uninstall any shady application you may find there. Moreover, you can also reset all your browsers to make sure that no suspicious browser extensions remain. These steps would most likely take care of this annoying fake alert. So, if you do not mind a bit of manual work, you can follow our instructions below. Nonetheless, there is a more effective way for you to tackle this and all kinds of different malware attacks. You can install a reliable anti-malware program, for example, SpyHunter, that will automatically defend your computer from all possible threats.
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