|first of all, yes there is a possibility that they have some of your information. if possible never share ssn, drivers licence, or cc information online. if thats not possible, only share with a trusted affiliate with a legitimate security certificate. |
secondly you are not alone in falling for this type of scan. so dont feel bad. there are options from here.
I would recommend calling your cc company and cancelling the numbers that you put in. and telling them that you think that you gave information to a fraudulent company, and then ask them to reissue you a new card. also review your current cc statement carefully to see if there were fraudulent purchases.
can you tell me the name of the service that tried to take your cc information? if you remember specifics, or if you still have information on a web page that it directed you too it if it did so that would be helpfull. if not that is ok as well.
try renameing the avg scan to a "filename".bat("filename" being something random you decide on)
if the virus didnt mess up the .bat extension, you may be able to run avg. however, i would suggest hitting F8 on startup and running it in windows safe mode.
if you can transfer this file to your system this file can fix the windows registry so that you can open .exe file
probably the issue is that the virus messed up your registry