Do you know what CouponBuilder is?
CouponBuilder is a browser add-on that shows coupons, discounts, and other shopping-related information in order to make your experience on the Internet more enjoyable. The program displays third-party advertisements and has not control over the content of those ads. Moreover, CouponBuilder does not monitor and endorse the activities of third parties, which means that some phishing-related pop-ups may be brought to your browsers. CouponBuilder is categorized as adware, and we recommend that you remove CouponBuilder from the computer as soon as you can.
CouponBuilder is a JustPlugIt-based browser add-on, and it is very similar to RightCoupon, RealDeal, and many other programs based on this browser add-on creation platform. Like the majority of JustPlugIt-based browser add-ons, CouponBuilder has its official website, which is couponbuilder.info; however, the website does not contain the installer of the program. It implies that the program is available on some other websites, and you should keep in mind that CouponBuilder may be bundled with other freeware. It is important to pay close attention to every installation process so that you can prevent unwanted programs and adverse consequences related to your online security.CouponBuilder screenshot
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CouponBuilder should not be confused with a legitimate program bearing the same name. There is a program named CouponBuilder which also offers coupons to computer users. The program is available at couponbuilder.com.
The program we have analyzed is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. You should not hesitate to clean your browsers because the program may cause you a lot of trouble. We encourage you to remove CouponBuilder right now because the program is monitoring your online behavior, i.e. collecting certain information stored on the browsers. For instance, the browser add-on records your search terms, browsing history, clicks, impressions, etc. This information is collected for marketing and advertising purposes, which means that soon you may receive advertisements based on your recent browsing sessions.
Our team recommends using a reputable security program because your operating system may get infected at any time. If you do not provide the system with real-time protection against malware and spyware, it could get infected with Trojan horses, rootkits, browser hijackers, ransomware infections, and many other threats. Below you will find our step-by-step instructions but you should bear in mind that you should scan the system after removing the browser add-on manually.
How to remove CouponBuilder
Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Click Start.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Remove the unwanted program.
- Open the Start menu.
- Click Control Panel.
- Select Add or Remove Programs.
- Uninstall CouponBuilder.
- Press the Windows key to get to the Start menu.
- Start typing control panel.
- Click the Control Panel icon.
- Select Uninstall a program and remove the unwanted application.
In non-techie terms:
In order to make sure that CouponBuilder is no longer present on your computer, you should implement a reputable system scanner. Below you will find our instructions on how to install our recommended tool. If necessary, invest in the program to have full protection against malware and spyware threats.