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i have had a pop up web site on my computer with MBS on the top.i emailed them and called them but they insisted my computer had been used to sign up to their site,but couldnt tell me who had done it! i refused to pay and contacted trading standards who said they were known to leeds trading standards . i couldnt get the spyware off the computer though with the software i have,so i downloaded AVG SPYWARE 7.5 trial and it hasnt been on the computer since

hope this helps anyone who needs it

additions direct-no CCA

marshall ward-no CCA

next-CCA turns up after they have committed offence,(30 days) S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) time!

monument -CCA not signed reported to TS for harrassment 1st letter sent TS are useless

associates visa-no CCA

think there might be a pattern here!?:lol:

GE Money- won

barclaycard-- N1 put into court

capital one - won

NatWest- won

 

never lose sight of your goal!

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This is a virus, you haven't signed up to anything.... what you need to do is start Windows in safe mode and then go back to two days before this virus hit using the restore option... can give you more help on this if you need it.

 

It's a [problem] - pure and simple.

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what it also does though is disable the system restore so thats not possible.

thankfully its gone now

additions direct-no CCA

marshall ward-no CCA

next-CCA turns up after they have committed offence,(30 days) S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) time!

monument -CCA not signed reported to TS for harrassment 1st letter sent TS are useless

associates visa-no CCA

think there might be a pattern here!?:lol:

GE Money- won

barclaycard-- N1 put into court

capital one - won

NatWest- won

 

never lose sight of your goal!

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Your not the only one archer - lots have been plagued by this.

 

This is the only known fix and can't guarantee it will work.

 

Disclaimer: These instructions should NOT be used if you willingly installed the software, and agreed to its terms.

 

Please download Brute Force Uninstaller to your desktop.

  • Right click the BFU folder on your desktop, and choose Extract All
  • Click "Next"
  • In the box to choose where to extract the files to,
  • Click "Browse"
  • Click on the + sign next to "My Computer"
  • Click on "Local Disk (C: ) or whatever your primary drive is
  • Click "Make New Folder"
  • Type in BFU
  • Click "Next", and Uncheck the "Show Extracted Files" box and then click "Finish".

RIGHT-CLICK HERE and choose "Save As" (in IE it's "Save Target As") in order to download MicroBill Remover.

Save it in the same folder you made earlier (c:\BFU).

 

Then, please go to Start > My Computer and navigate to the C:\BFU folder.

  • Start the Brute Force Uninstaller by doubleclicking BFU.exe
  • Behind the scriptline to execute field click the folder icon foldericon.png and select mbs.bfu
  • Press Execute and let it do it's job. (You ought to see a progress bar if you did this correctly.)
  • Wait for the complete script execution box to pop up and press OK.
  • Press exit to terminate the BFU program.

Reboot your computer and check if it worked.

 

I haven't seen any reports that it has not worked.

 

It will continue to come back to haunt you and eventually lock you out of your computer. It is a Leeds based company with a complaints list longer than your arm and still growing.

 

I know that other companies are working on a removal program, but at the moment the only hope you have of getting rid of it is to use the above method.

 

I have seen this remover in action on other things as well so if anyone has any really agressive spyware or virus that is resisting all attempts to remove it, then by all means have a go at the above as well, you have nothing to lose.

 

It usually appears with some websites and unless you read every word on that site will install itself to any computer where the user has clicked on a sneaky button and then they claim that you have agreed to the charge of I think around £35.

 

As said before, it will return and continue to bug you until you either pay and get removal instruction or you are locked out of your computer.

 

If you have a windows disk (assumining you are using windows) you could do a clean reinstall of the operating system and clean up a million other things at the same time and bring you pc back to the way it was when it was new.

 

I really hate these sort of companies that hold you to ransom. I have read lots of reports where people have paid because they are afraid that other members of there family will see it and think that they have been visiting porn sites, so to save any embarrasment they have just coughed up.

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trading standards have said that sometimes its a pop up that when u close it with the cross it attaches to your pc cos theres a box that should be unchecked before closing it.hopefully something will be done soon about this.good job im not married or i wouldve assumed it was them going on sites! not sure how theyre getting away with it though

additions direct-no CCA

marshall ward-no CCA

next-CCA turns up after they have committed offence,(30 days) S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) time!

monument -CCA not signed reported to TS for harrassment 1st letter sent TS are useless

associates visa-no CCA

think there might be a pattern here!?:lol:

GE Money- won

barclaycard-- N1 put into court

capital one - won

NatWest- won

 

never lose sight of your goal!

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They are almost correct. It is already attached to your pc and closing by using the 'X' only removes the popup from the monitor. It will pop up again only this time it will take longer to close and the more times that you close it the more often it will pop up and the longer it will stay until either you give up and pay or it will no longer let you use your pc.

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My flatmate got this on his new laptop and I used both restore and brute force to remove it - the other flatmate then got it on his laptop so the same method was used twice in one week.... I haven't had it on mine but I have very robust backup systems.

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Web pages sillygirl can contain obfuscated scripts which can lead to an infection or unseen download.

 

No matter how robust you believe your system, the only safe computer is one which is 'switched off'.

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Using Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird helps a lot in that respect too.

 

Sillygirl1 is quite right. You can prevent this and other problems from happening in the first place, simply by surfing with FireFox and the NoScript plugin.

 

With this setup, you have a massively increased level of online security, automatic blocking of popups unless you choose to allow them, and absolutely no scripts - obfuscated or otherwise - will run on webpages unless you let them.

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