MrYeahbut needs phone help

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  1. MrYeahbut

    MrYeahbut rilly bruh, rilly?? Contributor

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    Not trying to hijack the thread, but I don't want to start a new one just for this...

    I have a Samsung S6 using Chrome. Out of the blue I started to get these messages... Gotta be a scam, right??
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    I have Lookout and clean master installed for viruses. Neither of them picked up anything

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  2. Linderbee

    Linderbee Let's GO, CARDINALS! Contributor

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    scam. Just close the browser.
     
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    The website you are visiting is giving you popups

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  4. MrYeahbut

    MrYeahbut rilly bruh, rilly?? Contributor

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    Hmmm, I have popups disabled on browser and I don't visit any weird sites. Sometimes there are ads in the margins of regular sites that I mistakenly open but those are usually for auto makers or some other site I've visited looking to buy something. Clear my browser history??

    Bah, I should have started a separate thread because I have another problem with my
    stock message app that I can't figure out either. I've tried replacing it with Chomp, Go, Textra, etc but they have way too many ads.
     
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    I'm not familiar with phone popup blockers but thats what those websites are, they pop up in front of the website you are viewing and try to get you to click their links and etc.
     
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  7. MrYeahbut

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    Why are there updates to so many apps all the time? Not a day goes by without 2 or 3 of them. I get that there are security issues that crop up constantly Lookout/Power Clean, but some of this stuff has constant updates. Microsoft Word, Vspeed test, YouTube, Netflix, TripIt, SwiftKey, Uber, Dropbox are examples
     

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