Annual Visitor Survey popup - How to remove?
Annual Visitor Survey popup is another annoying ad that can be displayed on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome while you browse the Internet. The message claims that you have been personally selected for an annual anonymous survey and now you need to complete one more survey to get 3 exclusive offers. Despite of that it sounds like a nice offer, this ad is fake and it only tries to make money as well as get some personal information about you.
First of all, if you click on Annual Visitor Survey popup and agree to take a survey, you will have to enter your phone number. It will automatically charge $5 from you. You definitely don’t want to spend any money just for completing a survey. Do not expect to get any exclusive offers that the ad promise either. It’s just a technique that the creators of this promotion use to make money.
Typically, Annual Visitor Survey popup is added when you install freeware to your system. This can be some video player, video recording manager, PDF creator, etc. We already know that it can come bundled with 1ClickDownlaod, FBPhotoZoom, Superfish or Yontoo. Avoid installing any unknown programs to your system. Also always follow the installation steps of any software that you are downloading and make sure you don’t agree to add any other programs if you see such options.
If you don’t want to contribute to making profit for cyber criminals, remove Annual Visitor Survey popup once you notice it on any of your browsers. Run a full system scan with Reimage, SpyHunter, hitman or other legitimate tool that you trust. They will eliminate any potentially unwanted programs. Don’t forget to upgrade your antispyware to its newest version to ensure detection and removal of the most recent unwanted programs.