Hi all, I am recieving email alegedly form pc advisor. I am not sure it is from them as the format i used to get has changed. They always used to send messages with shortcuts that started with "://http.pcavdisor.co.uk" and so on. But now they start "click here"... Also in the message source it says this "From: "Matt Egan, editor, PC Advisor" [email protected]> Reply-To: PC Advisor Newsletter [email protected]>"
Changed my mind as it was saying this/that site were unsafe when my avg said it was safe i have learnt that it WOT is a pest more than anything as i trust avg and not something i dont know. click here it was saying this is unsafe when avg was saying it was safe. and my avg says that your first link is safe sealer. Its a good idea the traffic light sequence but the add-on itself is stupid. most probuly it would say a site is safe when we all know it ain't.
The link you posted for driverfetch - the company is Blitware Technology (blitware.com) and you should check out the Complaints Board click here Do a google search for blitware.com and go to page 2 might just change your mind a little... or if you are sensible.... A Lot
PC Advisor Newsletters have been coming from either Paul Trotter or Matt Egan for the past few weeksThey seem to be perfectly safe, bur are a bit of a pest in the e-mail system because of the varying addresses
My apologies to Sealer for responding to jwarn in your thread. jwarn, time you wised up a little, WOT is an advisory program based on others experiences with the site it does not check the site itself for scams/malware/virus/trojans etc - you cannot compare it with AVG etc. If you want to further discuss it then start your own new thread please.
Sealer re: PC Advisor E-Mails, mimosa418 is correct (and thanks for bringing thread back to subject), mine have been coming through like that for last few weeks as well. I guess they must have changed the mailing of them.