Malware bytes is not perfect, nor is any other product for that matter. The only way to be 100% safe from any virus or malware is to not own a PC.
That being said malware-bytes falsely identifies a lot of threats that just are not there. Like any other tool one must look at the results and not just take it for granted that the detection tool it infallible because I'm here to tell you it is. I canned Malwarebytes from my machines and may use it if and only if I suspect something is going on. Why did I stop using it as routine and actually paying for it? When I was trying to install M$ office and it kept blocking files identifying them as PUP.OPTIONAL files then went to deleting items in my registry that were necessary for apps to run falsely identifying them.
Just do a web search for malware-bytes false positive. If you actually plan on reading all the hits I suggest taking a few months off work and ordering in food as you will be awhile. You should have more than what a third party free software has to say before posting something that is considered as a false and damaging statement. Cant speak for anywhere else but in the US charges can be filed.
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, I'm not sure about the former” ~ Albert Einstein