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Who are these people helping (staff) on Geeks to Go? :tazz:

They're ordinary people just like you. They've taken time from their personal lives and chosen to help others. They have careers, families, school, and other responsibilities, but their passion for helping others and their unique ability to work with computers has drawn them here.

Unlike other sites, when you see a donation link in a helpers signature, that donation goes 100% to the person helping you. If you'd like to show your appreciation for the time they've spent learning these skills, and for taking the time to help you, please click on their donation links.

Geeks to Go user groups:

Admins = Have complete control over all functions of the forum, including creating and removing forums, promoting and demoting members. Have very good PC knowledge in all areas.

SuperMods = Can Moderate any forum (open, close, merge topics). They police, participate, and maintain discussions.

Moderator = Moderates a specific forum(s).

Staff Expert = Members that have shown exceptional expertise, either on this site or others. Experts are chosen by their peers.

Trusted Helper = Someone skilled at malware removal or other area of expertise. You're in good hands.

Geek U = A helper in training. They are learning how to remove malware and help on this forum. You should not be given advice by those in the "Under Classroom" stage, but "Upper Classroom" members may post to your log after first having the fix checked by an expert.

Member = Anyone that has registered with the forum.

Guests = Unregistered people viewing the forum.

Kind Regards,

Your Geeks to Go Admin team
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