Class Action Suit Against SpyAxe

A blog designed for the victims of SpyAxe to come together and eventually launch a class action lawsuit against the mailcious indiviual(s) responsible for a plethora of illegal activites.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Join Us!

If you have been hit by SpyAxe and wish to pursue legal action against the responsible parties, please leave some contact information here.

Reminder: Anyone can read the comments, so the information you post should be something along the line of a junk e-mail account that you check every so often.

19 Comments:

Blogger blarson said...

hit for the entire Christmas 2000 weekend. Thought I was rid of it with Highjackthis.exe and now its back. Email bill_larson_98@yahoo.com.
Its cost more many hours and I want in on this lawsuit.

9:10 PM  
Blogger blarson said...

I was hit for the entire Christmas 2000 weekend. Thought I was rid of it with Highjackthis.exe and now its back. Email bill_larson_98@yahoo.com.
Its cost more many hours and I want in on this lawsuit.

9:10 PM  
Blogger mstjames said...

I want to join the lawsuit.
Adaware, spybot and the much heralded smitRem tool did not work to remove it. I had to restore my PC from an image backup I had taken a few days earlier.

8:18 AM  
Blogger jammer24m said...

I was infected dec 26 and 2 days later still trying to get it out.
Companys or individuals that infest a computer and then force people to pay to get rid of them should be shot....
I have wasted hours trying to get this thing out, I did not want it, I did not ask for it, and it will not leave. As I type this from work I am still mad that my home computer is sitting home useless because of some AS@$#LE programmer wanted to make a few buck...

James B
WPB FL.

10:43 AM  
Blogger jammer24m said...

I was infected dec 26 and 2 days later still trying to get it out.
Companys or individuals that infest a computer and then force people to pay to get rid of them should be shot....
I have wasted hours trying to get this thing out, I did not want it, I did not ask for it, and it will not leave. As I type this from work I am still mad that my home computer is sitting home useless because of some AS@$#LE programmer wanted to make a few buck...

James B
WPB FL.

10:44 AM  
Blogger MVF said...

I want to join. Email spyaxehater@yahoo.com. I was hit and must have spent at least 10 hours trying to remove it and it wont go away. Everytime I open IE it takes me to a www.needupdate.com site and it makes checking emails and surfing the web almost impossible. Any proven ways to remove it?

11:11 AM  
Blogger Dave Hughes said...

Spread the word about this blog. The only way we can get this thing going is if someone with legal know-how should stumble across this and get the whole thing started. But first, we need to get the word out that if you've been hit, you need to join us. It'd be nice to get just a few hundred, whihc shouldn't be that hard given that there is several thousands per hour being infected.

3:17 PM  
Blogger Dave Hughes said...

Again, the last thing you should do is buy their program!!! Next to last thing is restore the whole PC! Please see my comment about removing spyaxe on the Remove Spyaxe section of this blog. Good Luck!

3:20 PM  
Anonymous KM Stumpf said...

David Hughes
I would like you to contact me about this suit. I lost over 48 hours on my business computers thanks to this Spyaxe and would like to email or talk to you at your earliest convenience.You can email me at kmstumpf@rmvt.com. I am not a blogger or a chat room person, but I want to see appropriate action taken against Spyaxe. Thanks.

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also would like to join a lawsuit. I was reading about the windows problem on Wikipedia [ 1/3/06 ] when BAM!! virus warnings started poping up everywhere. I finally had to download a $50 program that claimed to be able to get rid of it but am still having problems. This guy needs to pay.
Danoon53@hotmail.com

10:02 AM  
Anonymous Martin said...

unberninja@gmail.com

Whoever is responsible for distributing this garbage needs to pay, and pay hard. Keep me updated on this.

2:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1/06/06
Here we go again. I bought Xoftspy because it claimed to get rid of spyaxe. Computer seemed ok for a few hours. I now have Spywarestrike, Spysheriff and Spystrike all on here sending warning messages and popups every few seconds. Does anyone know of a GOOD program that will get rid of these? I'd pay about anything at this point. btw, I have requested a refund from Xoftspy as I have run it 7 times [ 1/2 hour each ] in two days and can't get rid of this crap. Its a very good thing that I can't get my hands on these guys right now...
Danoon53@hotmail.com

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I spent 3 days after Christmas tryint to get rid of this damn thing, and it still comes back. I want to string whoever is responsible for this up by their testicles.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just purchased spyaxe but had them refund my money after I read about it. I would like to know more about spyaxe and the lawsuit.
rayfysgirl@yahoo.com

5:09 PM  
Blogger clnbuzz said...

I was recently infected by spyaxe.. Messed up my computer for 2 days. Still trying to get it back to normal. Screw these guys.....SUE time

Chris-n@sbcglobal.net

10:31 AM  
Blogger clnbuzz said...

I was recently infected by spyaxe.. Messed up my computer for 2 days. Still trying to get it back to normal. Screw these guys.....SUE time

Chris-n@sbcglobal.net

This site worked for me
Check out this guys site:
http://noahdfear.geekstogo.com/

10:33 AM  
Blogger Alsas said...

I'm also interested in joining. I'm sick and tired of dealing with this piece of work. Email calspyaxe@hotmail.com to keep me posted!

4:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wasam infected 09/27/06. I'm haveing a very ruff time trying to get rid of it. Every time I open a browser I am taken to http://theuptodatesecurity.com/ I think these guys should be sued for rhe cost of restoring everyones computer to the way it was.

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a trojan called puper. I've my Yahoo Verizon remove it, and it keeps coming back. I've tried 3 different tools, so far, with no results. I'm still trying to get this thing off my pc. The only good thing is that it's only hit my IE. Firefox is unaffected. However, when I start my PC, some DLL is now missing...

i can be reached at oweaponx2000@yahoo.com

10:35 PM  

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