EShoper Was My Stalker

Would you want someone standing outside of your living room window watching you and your family? Watching you watch movies, noting what brand of clothes you wear, what foods you’re eating, and listening in on your conversations about your daily activities? I would imagine not—because I know I wouldn’t want that. But that is essentially what EShoper does.

EShoper is yet another type of adware. If you don’t know what adware is, I’ll tell you. Adware is a type of spyware program that watches your computer and keeps a record of all the websites that you have visited. With that information, it creates pop-up advertisements geared towards you specifically. Now, you’d think that this kind of spying would be illegal, but it most cases it is within the bounds of the law.

Adware like EShoper is usually bundled with other software. You know how some programs that you put on your computer have Terms and Conditions that you have to agree to? Sometimes it is actually stated in those agreements that the company uses ads to generate revenue. If it says that, then there is probably adware slipped in with what you’re installing. But how many of us take the time to read through those? They are usually so long and boring.

In fact, the reason I had my encounter with EShoper was for that very reason. I didn’t read the Terms and Conditions and just clicked “I Agree” while setting up a new instant messenger. It wasn’t too long after that that I started getting pop-up ads. At first it was only a couple, but then it became more frequent. Then it wasn’t just pop-ups, there were pop-unders as well. Those are the really sneaky ones, because you don’t notice the ads until you close your browser. Then there they are, acting as though you actually want them there.

Well, I know that I don’t want them anywhere. So when I had been infected with EShoper, I did what anyone would do against an intruder. I got myself something to fight off that intruder and keep it at bay. Permanently. I didn’t want something that would only keep hundreds away, or even thousands away. I wanted something to keep 100% of all adware and spyware away. I wanted the best and so I got the best.

I went to http://www.ZookaWare PC Cleaner.com to get my anti-spyware because I heard that they were the best. Since I have had ZookaWare PC Cleaner, I can tell you that they really are the best. For starters, they offered a free scan of my computer. Now this is usually a sign of bogus anti-spyware, but ZookaWare PC Cleaner is a member of the Better Business Bureau. They have also received several awards, including 5 cows from Tucows, among other 5-star awards.

I got my free scan and when it found EShoper and other spyware on my computer, I went ahead and paid to get the full version of Spyzooka. I wasn’t really worried about the money because they offered a money back guarantee if I didn’t like them. But how could I not like their service? They guaranteed 100% removal of all adware and spyware. So if you are shopping for something to get rid of EShoper or any other kind of adware, then I suggest you go with the best. Go with ZookaWare PC Cleaner.

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ZookaWare runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select ZookaWare and click Uninstall.

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