Do Not Install SpeedFixTool by FixBliss - it is a Fake Windows Optimization Software

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Do Not Install SpeedFixTool by FixBliss - it is a Fake Windows Optimization Software

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SpeedFixTool located at speedfixtool.com is another fake Windows optimization software. The fake software tricks online users into purchasing it by displaying fake scan threat results. Therefore, online users are asked not to download, install or purchase the fake Windows optimization software. Also, it is not recommended that online users call them at 1-855-568-8243 for any form of technical support.

Also, the owners of SpeedFixTool claim that they are a Microsoft Gold partner, but we are unable to find such information on Microsoft's website.

SpeedFixTool's Website at www.speedfixtool.com

SpeedFixTool at www.speedfixtool.com

Online users who have installed SpeedFixTool are asked to uninstall it and do a full scan of their computers with the antivirus software installed on them. Online users who do not have antivirus on their computers may click here for a list of free, popular and trustworthy antivirus software.

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  • January 11, 2020 at 9:44 AM by an anonymous user from Needham, Massachusetts, United States

    I was looking to clear up some problems with my computer, and found a product that I ha previously downloaded, titled "Speed fix tool. I ran it, and then they offered to repair my computer from all of the problems it had found. I paid the 29.95 fee but they said the transaction would not go thru. My bank had put a hold on it. There was a phone number on the web site which turned out to be a medical support service. When I finally found the publisher was a company called: Fixbliss, and decided to follow up with them, which process led me to your web page. Apparently it is a scam!

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Do Not Install SpeedFixTool by FixBliss - it is a Fake Windows Optimization Software