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cnm

The Boot Camp here, anti-malware training

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i would like to help out in the support forums. i currently have a tech support business and am more than qualified to help..

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For the past 2.1 years I have been working at a North American call centre troubleshooting CD/DVD writers, laptops and desktops with XP, 98, Me, 2000, etc. A great many of the problems I encounter are due to spyware, malware, scumware, viruses, etc. This is becoming extremely problematic. I would be pleased to add my name to your troubleshooters or helpers as you see fit.

 

Thank for this opportunity. I look forward to your reply. Just in case it is important I have a dial-up connection with netzero.com from London, Ontario.

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I have the time, experience and certification. (A+, MCSE.)

Please include me in.

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Hi cnm,

thanks for your reply, yes I would like to be a helper/trainee, just finished University so I am now able to put the time in.

Best regards.

Olly.

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I'd like to apply as a helper trainee as wel. I've been using HJT at work to remove spyware - am a computer tech by day - but would like a better understanding of it so I can help out on the forums and at computercops.net. It would also help me refer fewer spyware ridden customers to the forums here for help with things I don't have the time or knowledge to fix.

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Hi,

I'd like to assist by joining the helper trainee boot camp. I'm an Aussie living in New Zealand and I'm a software support manager for an CTI Development Company. Have had to make use of SWI many times over the past year or so and would like to contribute with my time.

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I'm an Internet Tech Support Rep who has over a decade of pc experience and working online. I've also referred a lot of coworkers and customers to this site so I'd like to give back a little. Count me in for the Boot Camp.

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I volunteer to help and take the training. I work as a Deep Desktop Support expert for Windows PC at Carleton College, so I see many spyware problems. I'd like to know more about fixing them, and helping other to combat spyware in general.

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this is the answer to my question...I want to be a helper. I want to know as much i can to get rid of these things...I hate SPYWARE...

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Hi there! I have received a lot of help here in these forums, and i would like to become a helper to correspond back . It is now my turn to give a hand.

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Sign me up please. I have experience with over 500 pc's at the local government where I work and have been cleaning up machines for the last two years. I also do this on the side for home users. I use a combination of regedit hacks and free tools.

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