MyPoints Score Removal Guide

Do you know what MyPoints Score is?

MyPoints Score is classified as an advertising-supported program because it shows advertisements when a user installs it onto the operating system. Although this program is also introduced as a mobile app, our research team has found that users face it by downloading it onto their computers as well. According to the information provided at, the program is compatible with such popularly used browsers as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. MyPoints Score installs an extension to Internet Explorer; however, it is likely to use a background service to operate via Mozilla Firefox. Once activated, this ad-supported program shows various kinds of advertisements and surveys that supposedly can help you save money and receive various prizes. Although this adware is not the kind of program that requires mandatory removal, some users want to get rid of it. If you are interested in deleting MyPoints Score, this is the report you should read.

The application created by, Inc. is officially introduced via; however, this site does not appear to include an installer. Our research team informs that this program used to be bundled with other programs in the past, which means that it could have been downloaded onto your PC along with third-party software as well. We strongly advise inspecting this software to make sure that it does not require removal. Users are generally attracted to MyPoints Score because it promises to provide coupons and help you earn points that later on could be redeemed in the form of gift cards, cash, and even travel miles. According to the Privacy Policy at, contests, sweepstakes, and surveys could be offered, and personal information might be required to redeem the benefits. The good news is that MyPoints Score does not seem to share or sell personal information. If that were the case, we would urge you to remove this program without further delay.MyPoints Score Removal GuideMyPoints Score screenshot
Scroll down for full removal instructions

MyPoints Score is installed into its own folder under C:\Program Files (x86), and this folder consist of many different files. ScriptHost64.dll is one of the files, and it represents the Internet Explorer extension. The CLSID of the extension we found was {D921BB2B-95B9-4123-9E7C-7C8C4B900FE0}; however, the sequence of numbers and letters could be different in your case. You can check it by opening the Toolbars and Extensions tool in IE, right-clicking the extension, and selecting “More information.” Ga.js (C:\Program Files (x86)\MyPoints Score\background) is another file that you might be interested in. This file includes a code that is based on Google Analytics, and allows tracking your bookmarklets. CouponsAutoApplier.js (C:\Program Files (x86)\MyPoints Score\content) is a script file that includes functions to monitor available coupons, compare prices, and apply coupons depending on the sites you visit.

Another file, called “constants.js” (C:\Program Files (x86)\MyPoints Score\shared) lists the third-party “affiliate links domains.” These domains provide the offers that the program shows you.,,, and are few of the domains that this adware can employ. Besides this, the suspicious ad-supported program communicates only with its own website and checks for an update at Luckily, all files associated with MyPoints Score are removed successfully upon uninstall. The iGive Button tool that users are asked to install onto IE is removed simultaneously. The only leftover that we found is the Burst Media cookie which you can easily remove directly from the browser.

N.B. Although it is unlikely that you will need to worry about the removal of MyPoints Score leftovers, it is crucial that you scan your PC to look for third-party software that might require removal.

Delete MyPoints Score

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Move to the left of the Taskbar and click the Start icon.
  2. Open Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the undesirable application, click it, and select Remove.

Delete from Windows 7 and Windows Vista:

  1. Move to the left of the Taskbar and click the Windows icon.
  2. Open Control Panel and move to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the app you want to remove and click Uninstall.

Delete from Windows 8.1 and Windows 8:

  1. In Metro UI mode open the Charm bar and click Search.
  2. Enter Uninstall a program into the dialog box and launch it.
  3. Find the app you wish to remove, right-click it, and select Uninstall.

Delete from Windows 10:

  1. Move to the search on Taskbar and enter Uninstall a program.
  2. Launch the tool and right-click MyPoints Score.
  3. Click Uninstall to remove this program.

In non-techie terms:

MyPoints Score is a program that relies on third parties to show ads, surveys, and other promotional content that could be used to collect data. This adware employs tracking cookies to record information that could be used to show more attractive offers, but that is not an illegal practice. Whether or not you should remove MyPoints Score is something that you need to decide for yourself, and you need to look at all the fact and ponder whether this program is truly useful before you make the decision. In case third-party malware was installed, be sure to employ a malware remover. The instruction below might help you install this software.