I installed Skype the other day and had trouble with bluetooth settings... I was panicking because I already gave out my new Skype number & people were calling me and I couldn't hear them. Turns out I just had to tweak both my macbook air sound settings, and the Skype sound settings, I figured it out eventually, BUT... While I was still in panic mode, I could not find any Skype support in their app or website, so I googled Skype support and called, thinking I was talking to Skype support. Only after stupidly allowing them to use LogMeIn, and they started messing with my system log files, I realized these jerks were not Skype at all, they were trying to sell me some 3rd party system cleanup software, security, or something. Now I am horrified - every time I start my system, LogMeIn starts. It doesn't appear to be actually connected, but I am afraid they still have access to my system! I already deleted the app, but it won't stop starting up!! How is it possible that LogMeIn shows as a running process, but in Finder the entire hard drive has NOTHING by that name? I searched every way imaginable. I looked in user accounts, login items, there is nothing there. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance!