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there's a problem with the personall billing web page.

I've tried Chrome, Firefox and IE and all three won't work.  The problem is when I go to remove a billing method.  It puts the Yes/No question text on top each other.  As a result it's impossible to remove old charge cards.
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by:Andrew Leniart
Hi klamerus,

What you've done here is made a Post, which is for the purpose of sharing general information with the Experts Exchange community. Please use this Support Link to obtain support help for any Billing related inquiries.

You have options to Telephone, Email, or use Live Chat from that link to obtain support with your issue.

Regards,
Andrew
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by:Brian Matis
This issue has now been fixed. Please go ahead and try it now, thanks!
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by:Lucas Bishop
The acquiring company inserts adware into thousands of people's browsers and they begin earning revenue from ad-clicks and affiliate sales. Eventually people notice and uninstall the extension.

It's a pump and dump scheme. Short term they multiply profits. Long term the extension goes in the trash.
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by:Brian Matis
This is why we can't have nice things... :-(
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Long ago, I was a pretty big advocate for Firefox. I even had the t-shirt to prove it! After Chrome came out however, it eventually won me over. It's been so long I can barely even remember the key reasons, but I'm pretty sure it had to do with streamlined UI and better performance.

Lately though, Chrome's performance is starting to annoy me and this recent update to Firefox is pretty intriguing... Any of you still prefer Firefox? Have any feedback on the new update?
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by:Jackie Man
I only use Firefox when I need to download files using the add-ons.

In Firefox, there are many free add-ons from web page translation, FTP, Green printing....

My work computer is Win 7 Pro 64 bit and my home computer is Win 10 Home 64 bit. The mostly used browser is Chrome as I often use Chrome Remote Desktop to my office computer. Besides, as you may see from my profile, I use a mix of numerous Android devices and Chrome will definitely help a lot to continue my work when I switch devices.
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by:Brian Matis
Definitely makes sense to stick with Chrome if you're primarily using a lot of Android devices!
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by:Craig Kehler
One could say this was very "Brave" of them ;)
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by:Brian Matis
@Lucas - Gotta wonder if Google will start to run afoul of some of the anti-trust / monopoly issues that hit Microsoft in the late 90's/early 00's. Definitely seeing some similarities here... They could potentially have a strong enough browser monopoly to stop other ad provider systems. But then again, I don't think Chrome has a strong enough position to really be considered a monopoly the way that Windows was.
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Chrome

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Chrome is a free web browser created by Google. Originally released in 2008, it has grown to become the most used desktop web browser (as of October 2016).