Warning Call (844) 763-5838

What is Warning Call (844) 763-5838?

The Warning Call (844) 763-5838 message appears on your screen if you have specific applications installed on your computer. It is usually generated by a potentially unwanted program that is supposed to protect your computer from harm. Therefore, to get rid of all the annoying notifications and warning messages that pop up on your screen, you need to remove the programs that generate them. It might be hard to figure out which programs have to be deleted from your computer, so the optimal way to detect all the malicious applications, in this case, would be scanning your PC with a licensed antispyware tool.test

Where does Warning Call (844) 763-5838 come from?

As mentioned, this message is generated by a potentially unwanted program. During our tests, we have found that this notification comes with the old setup of Secure PC Cleaner. This application enters target systems pretending to be a powerful security application that can help you improve your system’s performance, at the same time protecting it from malware.

It is more than obvious that such claims by freeware applications are false most of the time. Even if such programs do offer at least part of that functionality, there is always a downside of using them. And the Warning Call (844) 763-5838 message might be just one of the many.

The official website for this program is located at securepccleaner.com. The website comes with a working download button and sleek interface that makes you want to trust this program. What’s more, the application is promoted as the best Registry cleaner out there, saying that “Secure PC Cleaner is the best registry cleaner and optimizer to improve your PC’s performance by removing all registry errors.”

However, our security experts suggest that, unless a registry cleaner comes from a reliable source, you should not be so hasty as to use it immediately. Some system optimization programs that are promoted as registry cleaners may indeed cause more harm than do any good.

Fine, you might say, but what if I did not download this program directly? Fair enough, there are other ways for potentially unwanted programs to enter your PC. For instance, they may come in a software package, when you download apps from file-sharing websites. Whichever it might be, it is important to recognize the potential hazards of downloading programs from unfamiliar sources.

What does Warning Call (844) 763-5838 do?

Technically, this message does not do much apart from appearing on your screen. You definitely will not miss it because the notification will be obvious and loud, saying the following:

Your computer may be at risk:
CALL: (844) 763-5838
For Emergency Tech Support call immediately

just crashed your system.

Now, it is highly doubtful whether the indicated file has really affected your system in any way. In fact, you can click the X icon at the top right of the notification and close it. Some users also say that similar pop-ups appear on advertisements that offer you to solve various Adobe Acrobat problems. Needless to say, you encounter such notifications when you browse websites that are related to freeware distribution, in one way or the other.

To put it simply, the message is a scam designed to make you think that there is something fundamentally wrong with your computer. If you get scared about potential threats crashing your PC, you would be more willing to spend on something you do not need. Thus, you need to protect your system and your financial stability from potential exploitation.

How do I remove Warning Call (844) 763-5838?

In a sense, there are at least two ways to get rid of this message, and we will give you the more straightforward one. Since the notification is associated with Secure PC Cleaner, you should be able to terminate it by uninstalling the program from your computer via Control Panel. However, if you want to delete just the message itself, then you should follow the instructions right below this description.

When you are done with the removal, do not forget to run a full system scan with a licensed antispyware tool. After all, your computer’s security should be your utmost priority.

Manual Warning Call (844) 763-5838 Removal

  1. Press Win+R and type %AppData% into the Open box.
  2. Click OK and remove Event Monitor from the directory.
  3. Press Win+R again and type regedit. Click OK.
  5. Delete the Event Monitor key.
  7. Delete another Event Monitor key.
  8. Empty your Recycle Bin.
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  1. I can't find Event Monitor in my directory, so now what do I do? I also went into control panel and checked for recent downloads, but couldn't find anaything other than official software. I have something in my directory called System Monitor that I somehow downloaded earlier tonight and it has such files as english.em, japan.em, etc. that seems to resemble the contents of the spamware described in "secure PC cleaner."

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