I am having problems with McAfee staying connected to my computer. I have had to reinstall my Total Protection at least five times within the past five days. At one point today I had the manage subscriptions eliminate My computer from its system. I have talked to techs and can supply service numbers to anyone at McAfee that cares. The Overview in the Manage Subscriptions states that my computer has no updates because it is not connected online. The tech explained that this would be corrected in ninety days. I have had my subscription for over ninety days. The explanation does not make sense, especially considering the Host:McAfee disconnections when trying to establish a security link from my computer to McAfee. About a week ago I couldn't even get my computer connected to the anti-virus and anti-spyware in the McAfee systems. When I chatted with a McAfee tech they destroyed my ie browser and I had to go to AT&T support plus to fix the problem. I don't know what the problem is, but when I scanned my security and performance through AT&T, yet again, there were problems with my browser and removing cache information as of the security issues aren't being addressed by McAfee. This security center issue keeps happening on nearly every scan I do by AT&T support scans. I don't think that McAfee is truly dealing with the issue of connections from their server to my computer. I think this is a virus of some sort and I am not a technician, but I am intelligent enough to know when I am having my computer altered in some way. I sent an email to the email@example.com and a auto-reply message was sent back. Somehow when I was trying to send it back again with the correct subject line the email was eliminated from both the sent and the trash folders, so I am asking for help here and for answers.
The second issue is an email scam. I was sent an email in January 2015 stating that my McAfee subscription was about to run out and when I linked to the site it said there would be an email stating when my McAfee subscription was about to expire. I couldn't find this information either in an email or on my Total Protection when I looked for it. Actually, I was having trouble connecting to the McAfee website, again, altogether. I couldn't find this information anywhere. Afraid my subscription was about to expire I paid the $79.00 through PayPal and it was to a John Demoro. I know it was foolish in retrospect, but I couldn't prove as I knew that my subscription to McAfee was not about to expire so I went along with this scam and paid the $79.00. A few days later when I tried to log in to McAfee my email was no longer valid. I had chatted to and spoke to two people to get this corrected. I contacted PayPal and filed a complaint. Within twenty-four hours I received a refund as John Demoro was unverified and did not refuse the refund. Rather annoying, isn't it? I am certain that McAfee employees would never participate in this sort of scam, but I'm going to be quite grateful if they are willing to prove their truthfullness.