- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
If you did not intend to have Savings Magnet on your computer and you have installed it accidentally, it is highly recommended to remove Savings Magnet from the system. It is a browser extension that is supposed to help you save money on your online purchases. For example, if you visit a page at eBay or Amazon, Savings Magnet will present you with a list of possible coupon deals for that website or even the good you want to purchase. The official website at savings-magnet.info claims the following:
Naturally, if you are an avid online shopper, Savings Magnet may seem like a useful application, but there are reports that users complain about receiving commercial advertisements from the plugin, even though they do not remember having installed it on their PCs. The thing, however, is that Savings Magnet cannot be installed the user's intervention, therefore, even if you have not downloaded Savings Magnet at savings-magnet.info, it is possible that the plugin came bundled with such programs as Yontoo Layers Client or FBPhotoZoom, when you downloaded them at third party websites.
When Savings Magnet gets installed, not only does it display coupons in boxes at the top corner of your browser. Commercial advertisements are also displayed above underlined keywords within the web text. If this plugin gets exploited by a third party, cyber criminals can easily make Savings Magnet display links to websites with questionable content. Hence, you should remove the plugin from your computer, and luckily, it is rather easy to accomplish it manually. Simply follow the instructions below:
Remove Savings Magnet from PC
Delete from Windows 8
Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7
Delete from Windows XP
Sometimes Savings Magnet remains on your browser even after installation, so to remove the plugin from your default browser, do the following:
Remove from Internet Explorer
Remove from Mozilla Firefox
Remove from Google Chrome
Once you have removed Savings Magnet from your computer, perform a full system scan with SpyHunter, to check whether you are absolutely malware-free. Invest in a reliable malware tool to protect your computer from threats if need be.