What using restore point will do is disable the add-on, (hard to tell from here what it is) and then go and ask essexboy to remove the inactive remnants left over. He is very good for that.
Also could be a rogue/trojan program, one that pretends to do what it says it does.
Using restore will not remove the program; but bob3160 is pointing out you possibly may wind up having worse problems if you try to uninstall. You want to disable it first; restore is a way of doing that. I have no personal experience with this program/add-on; essexboy does and will.
Kind of looks and sounds like MySpeedyPC ads on the telly one sees late at night. Not at all worth the money asked for.
You can start a new post at Viruses and worms if more help is needed, and link back to this one if you wish.