- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
If you were looking for an application that would show you the best deals and you found BiggestDeals, then we are sorry to disappoint you, but this application is no good. The program is considered to be adware, because the ads it shows are supplied by third parties, and therefore, they are unreliable. Our security experts recommend that you remove this infection in order to keep your computer safe. If you have this application, and you want to know why it is so unreliable, then we invite you to read this article.
Allegedly, BiggestDeals is a product of BiggestDeals Inc. It is likely that the company is fake, because we did not find any information about it online. The application has a website, called Biggestdeals.com, which features names of big retailers, such as Best Buy, Sears, The Home Depot, and a few others. Allegedly the application should help you find the best deals and the best prices. It is not surprising that the download of the application does not work, since many adware applications have dysfunctional websites. BiggestDeals is no exception to the general trend. The developers made sure that their application is included in software bundles. The bundles are distributed on freeware sharing websites. It is important to mention that some software developers allow their products to be bundled with unreliable software as a means of lowering development costs.
It is said that BiggestDeals will help users find the best prices and compare different products. It I also said that it works on all the major shopping sites on the Internet and features a database of hundreds of thousands of products from over 5000 online stores. We find that hard to believe. There is no way a program such as this would have access to the databases of more than 5000 shopping websites, and 5000 number is unreal to begin with. We think the developers overcooked the numbers this time, it does not sound realistic.
The developers of BiggestDeals cannot be held responsible for any errors, defects, lost profits, or other consequential damages arising from the use of the application. The application collects information about you that I used for marketing purposes, and is shared with various third parties. the program uses browser cookies, web beacons, JapaScript and so on to collect information such as search queries, browsing history, browser settings, IP addresses, and geographical location, among of other things. So if you do not want this application to snoop around, we suggest that you remove it. Now, the content that this application promotes is actually not provided by the owners of those shopping websites. It is likely that the developers made the ads look similar to look similar the ones features on specific websites. Some of them might redirect you to the original legitimate website, but there is also a chance that you will get redirected to a fake website which can trick you into buying a non-existent product.
So that is what BiggestDeals really is, just another adware application that is ser to make easy money for its developers. They do not take any responsibility for the things they advertise but expect users to trust and use their program anyway. This is wrong. Clearly, the people behind this application do not care about what happens to the user, so you should remove BiggestDeals as soon as possible.
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