Creditcable.info pretends to be a file download site, but it’s actually part of a malicious ad-network. Creditcable.info can display low-quality ads online, redirect you to malicious websites, and flood your browser with unwanted pop-ups. It advertises scams that are designed to rob people of their money and worthless ad-filled sites that only waste your time.
Creditcable Info Ads quicklinks
- Dangers of Creditcable.info ads
- How Creditcable.info spreads
- Stop Creditcable.info ads
- Automatic Malware removal tools
In short about Creditcable.info’s ads and pop-ups:
|Problems with Creditcable.info’s ads
|Scams and fraud that can cost you money,
clickbait and worthless ads,
annoying, time-wasting pop-ups.
|How to avoid the ads
|Don’t allow notifications from unknown sites ever,
close suspicious websites and don’t interact with them.
|Stop Creditcable.info ads
|Delete malware from our computer (Combo Cleaner for Mac OS, SpyHunter for Windows, Malwarebytes, etc.),
block notifications from unwanted URLs,
block malicious sites.
Dangers of Creditcable.info ads
Creditcable.info has some pretty bad ads that it shows to people. These ads are so predatory, deceptive, and harmful, that normal ad-networks do not work with them. But a site like Creditcable.info is not responsible to anyone. It will be blacklisted and taken down eventually, but until then, its creators are making all the money they can – even if it means hurting people.
Trading scams can be really harmful. Creditcable.info promotes this scam software that’s supposed to successfully trade for you and make you money with almost no effort. Of course, it’s a total scam: you get to sign on for free and you have to put some money in to get started and it goes well, but you can’t withdraw your money. All that you put in gets stolen. If you give the scammers a lot of money, they may even contact you to get you to put in even more. These ads sometimes spoof your local news sites and use fake celebrity endorsements.
Sometimes, Creditcable.info opens sites related to Amarktflow.com. This includes various fake $1000 gift card giveaways. If you follow the instructions on these sites, they first promise you a free gift card, then tell you to sign up on reward programs. They string you along, telling you to buy small products, install demo programs, and watch ads. In the end, you never do get that gift card.
Plus, Creditcable.info shows a bunch of ads that are vaguely related to a topic. It shows you topics like “How to treat diabetes” and “How to get rid of your debt”, then show ads for pseudoscience blogs and predatory lending companies.
There is a whole world of scammers and fraudsters who are trying to reach us to take advantage of us. They’re even worse than the clickbait ads that have already infested many mainstream websites. Normal ad-tech companies may not care about your safety, but they don’t want to work with actual criminals. So the criminals use websites like Creditcable.info, Worldmylife.info, Wpformb.com, Install.notify-service.com, etc.
How Creditcable.info spreads
Most people encounter Creditcable.info after clicking on an ad, though it’s possible that malware could open it in your browser. Ads for Creditcable.info appear not on mainstream websites, but on controversial and possibly illegal ones:
- sites that let you download cracks and cheats,
- pirating and torrenting websites,
- streaming sites that let you watch TV shows, movies, anime, and sports for free.
Creditcable.info may appear unexpectedly, like when clicking on a download button instead of an ad. It appears a green page with the message:
Download is Ready
click Allow to download your file
If you realize that Creditcable.info is a fake download site and simply close it, you’re okay. Closing a site like this is the correct thing to do. But if you clicked “Allow”, you just gave permission for Creditcable.info to send you notification pop-ups. These notification pop-ups could be really annoying and potentially dangerous. For your own safety, do not trust any ads from Creditcable.info. Even if they include messages like “your computer has a virus” or “update your browser”, these are just more malicious sites.
Stop Creditcable.info ads
You can scan your computer for malware – you should if you suspect that there’s adware on it. Programs like Combo Cleaner for Mac, SpyHunter for PC, or Malwarebytes can help find malicious programs and remove them. And anti-malware programs with online security features can block sites like Creditcable.info for you so that you don’t even have to see them.
But that’s not how you stop pop-ups from Creditcable.info; you do that by blocking notifications from any website that you don’t trust. Go to notifications settings in your browser:
- Chrome – type “chrome://settings/content/notifications” in the address box.
- Safari – in the Safari menu, choose Preferences, Websites, Notifications.
- Edge (old) – open Settings, Advanced settings, Notifications, Manage.
- Edge (new) – type “edge://settings/content/notifications” in the address bar.
- Firefox – open the menu, choose Preferences, Privacy & Security, scroll down to permissions, press the Settings button next to Notifications.
There, you’ll see all the websites that can send you notifications, as well as the websites that are blocked from doing that. The goal is to move Creditcable.info from the former group to the latter. You can choose from a small menu next to the “Creditcable.info” URL to Block it. You will still be able to see the website, but it won’t send you pop-ups. It may behave differently, though – like redirect you immediately.
If notification spammers like Creditcable.info are a frequent problem for you, you should look into blocking malicious websites with an anti-malware program or another tool, like an ad-blocker.
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