You need to be careful about the websites you visit and interact with. That is a no brainer. Unfortunately, Guesstimateds.com and many other advertising websites alike have been duping visitors successfully. When they are routed to the ads represented via it, they are also asked to enable notifications. More cautious users are unlikely to enable notifications they know nothing about, but there are plenty of careless users, who might enable them without batting an eyelash. Since you are reading this report, there is a good chance that you already know why you want to remove Guesstimateds.com notifications. If you are simply looking for information that would help you understand this advertising platform better, we are happy to share it with you. If you continue reading this report, you will learn why clicking on ads introduced by this website is dangerous, as well as how to delete unwanted notifications. Note that the guide below can be used to disable all notifications, not just the ones coming from an unreliable source.
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When you visit Guesstimateds.com first, it is meant to show a pop-up with the request to allow notifications. You should have the option to decline them, but in either case, exiting the website is the right move. In some cases, however, users might feel pushed to enable notifications. In other cases, they might be used to enabling notifications from trustworthy sources, and so enabling Guesstimateds.com notifications might not seem like a big deal. It is a big deal however. These notifications can be used to flood you with misleading, distracting, irritating, and even dangerous advertisements. They might promote unreliable installers, fake prize giveaways (as seen in the screenshot), bogus shopping deals, phishing scams, etc. If you have interacted with any of these ads/notifications, you need to evaluate your virtual security immediately. For example, if you remember sharing personal contact details, beware of phishing attacks conducted via email, phonecalls, or text messages. If you downloaded something, scan your system to determine whether you need to delete malware. Some scanners might identify the enabled notifications as adware helpers as well.
Without a doubt, you must delete Guesstimateds.com notifications. They bring nothing good, and if you interact with them carelessly, you could end up getting yourself scammed or your operating system infected with malware. We have created a guide that shows how to remove unwanted notifications from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. While you are at it, please check all sources that can show notifications because you might find other unwanted sources too. They should all be deleted from the Notifications lists. If you follow the instructions, you will also learn how to clear browsing data, which is very important if you have interacted with the advertising platform or the notifications shown by it. At the very least, remove Guesstimateds.com-related web cookies because they could be used to spy on you and gather sensitive data. If you decide to employ anti-malware software – which is the right decision in any case – remember that the unwanted notifications could be identified and removed as adware helpers.