Hotstocked.com is engaged in criminal activity.The operation has already been sued for fraud. stockreich.com/hotstocked-precision-related-company-sued-fraud/ Now criminal “journalist” Dragni Dragnev, an avowed Zionist and all around decietful human being, is in collusion with Colorado Stark to illigally collude with market makers and shorters, in an effort to manipulate stocks. Dragnev, who has a close relationship with Investorshub, is a disbarred laywer living in Bulgaria, and has knowingly lied, defrauded and fronted many criminal orginizations. With ties to Israeli crimina rings, Dragnev must be watched very carefully. A 2004 arrest for lewd solicitation with a 15 year old boy was dropped after the boy vanished Earlier reviews for Hotstocked “Spyhunter software” Colorado Stark the man behind Hotstocked.com is a scam artist that runs EnigmaSoftware, the parent of SpyHunter. Check out the complaint against him. I would not trust a work he or hotstocked has to say, let alone the fact they are running hotstocked out of Bulgaria. LOL Comments November 4, 2006 at 12:25 am(1) starlight says : I installed it by mistake. Does the uninstall routine get rid of it. Or is there something else I should do? December 12, 2006 at 9:49 am(2) Not Impressed says : I’ve personally blacklisted Enigma as a software company. Like so many others, they use trick tactics in order to get you to purchase the software. Don’t buy their garbage. People who use trickery do not deserve honest customers. May 28, 2007 at 12:35 pm(3) Keriwen says : Spyhunter has been identified by Spybot and Zonealarm (on my computer) as a virus. In Spybot it says that Spyhunter will generate it’s own malware so it can remove it. Is that true? Has anyone else heard this? July 23, 2007 at 5:16 pm(4) Catherine says : I purchased spyhunter to get rid of a virus that my freebie software could not remove.. They charged me double the cost, refused to return my email, and now, the pop ups and spam is worse than ever. My freebie software recognized spyhunter as a virus also… BAD NEWS STAY AWAY! August 7, 2007 at 4:57 pm(5) Drac says : THis is a dangerous company. I realized I made a mistake when I first paid for and downloaded the product. But imagine how angry I was when another $30 charge showed up on my credit card 6 months later. This is what I imagine to be their big “secret.” A time bomb so to speak. I defy anyone to try to find any good contact information to discuss billing with them. Please be very careful when considering this company. August 28, 2007 at 5:01 pm(6) Dan says : Hey… I just used an updated Spybot and an updated PC-Cillin to erase all malware on my PC. However, there was one called Smitfraud.C that Spybot was not able to remove in its entirety. I Googled it, in order to find removal methods others hae tried, and found a link to a “Smitfraud.C Removal Tool”, which actually directed me to a site run by Spyhunter. I was instructed to download their custom Smitfraud.C removal program and install it, or else follow a lengthy process of manual deletion of core system files and registry entries. I’ve been a tech for a while. I fix computers. I’ve got multiple certs… I saw that some of the .dll and .sys files that were being suggested to remove would disable some security functions in Internet Explorer, and might even cause Windows Explorer itself to not funtion properly. Also, some of the regitstry entries listed as being part of the Smitfraud.C trojan were, in fact, not. I knew that this was a fraud, and so I downloaded it and installed it (knowing that PC-Cillin and Spyware would cover each other’s tracks and detect it if it were), and sure enough, it was picked up by both my programs, and guess what? It even installed and ran, in less than ONE MINUTE, two OTHER spyware/trojan programs, called DeepDive and NoAdware. This was blatant invasion, and I’m curently in the process of looking these guys up and complaining to the BBB, my state commerce office, and others… If they are respnsible for the creation and/or distribution of these other two spyware/trojan programs, then I’d say that makes them a very bad product to deal with. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, DEAL WITH SPYHUNTER OR ENIGMA SOFTWARE GROUP. THEY ARE CREATORS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF SPYWARE, TROJANS, WORMS, AND OTHER MALWARE. THEIR SUPPOSED “ANTI-SPYWARE” PROGRAMS ACTUALLY INSTALL SPYWARE ONTO YOUR SYSTEM.
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