My Clean PC Review – is a TV Scam

It’s pretty bad to see this company My Clean PC preying on innocent consumers. They constantly change names and try to swindle people out of money for a worthless product. Buyer beware MyCleanPC is out to TAKE your hard earned cash. This company advertises on cheap national ad slots in bulk, heck for $5,000 I can put my ad out 250 times in front of 2 Million or so eyeballs. Usually late at night and on the more affordable cable networks like comedy central and home and garden TV.

I wrote about this company in early 2010 My Clean PC operates under several different monikers which are all registered to Cyber Defender, You can find more like MyFasterPCMaxMySpeed and a host of other completely useless and down right rip off scams. Each of them, recognized and known as a source of Malware.. Since I take notice of who and why people come to my site. Noticing the incoming keywords of My Clean PC, I decided to put up another warning with the hopes that people do not succumb to this scam being perpetuated on National TV.

Read this article and some of the comments to understand why My Clean PC should not be trusted. If your PC is running slowly there are several products out there than can do a pretty good job of cleaning your PC. I recommend a combination of  Super Antispyware, Malware Bytes, and Spybot seek and destroy. I have used these products and HiJack This, successfully as a Level 4 field tech for Bright House networks Road Runner High Speed online customers. During the 5 years that I worked there I ran over 7500 Service calls.

Be Warned My Clean PC is not worth it. Try AVG, or MalwareBytes first. Then if that does not work take it to a pro. Find them on CL and through WOM. Geek Out!

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5 Replies to “My Clean PC Review – is a TV Scam”

  1. thank you for telling me i was about to click on my clean pc until i noticed my clean pc scam . oh and fuck you bitch how made this scam

  2. It seems everybody has a slow computer.I Googled for a speed & clean site and “clean my pc” came up, so I clicked on it.  All they wanted to do is sell me their software (like 1000s of others).  Then the pop-ups started, but I think I got it deleted.

  3. Thanks for the heads up. I was about to call them because I’m so fed up with my computer I’m about to throw it through a window.  Glad I checked!  Jan

  4. Just to add to your information on the company and its supposed assistance, I just received a call from 858-102-3252 who claimed to be a technical agent at MyCleanPC. The woman stated that she was calling about my account with their company (I don’t have an account and have never used their services). She said it had come to their attention that my Windows operating system has been infected with a very serious virus that cannot be fixed unless I allow them remote access to my laptop. She told me that, as a member, this would be free of charge for me (again, not a member). I told her that I knew her call was a scam and that I was reporting them to the FTC at which point she began to threaten me. She told me that if I didn’t do as requested then I would be sorry and when I questioned her as to what she meant all she would say is “you’ll see. You can’t talk to me like you are and you’ll be sorry.” I urge anyone who receives a call from this company to report them for fraudulent activity and please, please don’t fall for this.

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