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why cant i help people in a way thats safe for both my comp and theirs? i posted a link to my site but its just for manual instructions. i dont think many people want to do this manually. i would like to simply make a list of instructions for virus removal not to redirrect them from this site. i dont know everything but i can help. email me a Removed for a link.
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Your post was deleted because you didn't read the rules of the forum before you posted.

We are not here to help you drive traffic to your website. The purpose of this website is to give people help, not send them off to your site. If you would like to pay to advertise on our website, you can contact the site administration.

Also, we do not condone people who try to do virus removal without proper training. This is why we offer our very own Malware Removal training facility called GeekU.

Your account is suspended until I can decide what to do with you. You are a bit of an enigma. If you were just a spammer, you would have gone away right after you posted. However after your post was removed, you complained about it. This is odd behavior for a spammer, so I have to ponder this a little.
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