210-249-0540 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 210-249-0540 is located in San Antonio, Texas.
Its exchange 249 is managed by XSPEDIUS MGT CO. SWITCHED SERV.
The number is currently on switch number SNAOTXIADC0.
Around 42% of people reported it as "Unknown".
You are the 125th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 198 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "novatrl, Life Assurance"
I feel this is a part of that "yellow pages" scam because I spoke with an operator previous to this number calling me and they were trying to tell me that they were sending me a bill to something I never ordered. I would like to be on the DO NOT CALL list from this number.
A guy with a, probably, sub-continental accent told me that there were many warnings and errors emanating from my computer. I figured it was a scam, but I was curious to see what he would say (this was the second call from this number, had previous one about a month or two ago). He told me to look in My Computer, manage, Windows logs, Application, and said that in there I would see a lot of "Warnings" and "errors", and this would cause harm to my computer. Then he said right click on any of them, and choose the delete option. There is of course no delete option, to which he said that it must have been disabled, and that I should try to delete one from my computer. Of course I could not delete it. Then he suggested that I go to a certain website, where he could take over my computer and delete those entries for me. I told him no way. Not knowing anything about him I couldn't trust him. Which got him a little miffed. So in an effort to show that he was trustworthy, he told me to go to the run command in windows, type CMD to get the command prompt and then type "assoc" and see at the end where it said .zfsendtotarget=CLSID and that the numbers in the brackets following CLSID were the identification number of my computer and he read them out.. I told him that that still did not convince me as to his trustworthiness, to which he answered that when I have a problem with my computer, then I will know that I should have trusted him. And I told him I would remember that when I had a problem with my computer, and then hung up.
Same as Dan's comments on march 28th caller wanted to hack my computer. My wife was almost there with him on line yesterday when I took the call and told him not to call back. I am a computer tech and told him I didn't need help.He did call back again and again. But something even ''weirder'' happened today I was at my brothers cleaning up before he come back from vacation and that same guy called, at my brother's...Unbelievable..
J'ai reçu de téléphone qui racrochaient toutes l'avant midi pour recevoir par la suite un appel de ce numéro. Pas patiente plus que le possible étant donnée mon avant midi de téléphones, je l'ai fait répété.Son anglais, très mauvais, n'a pas du supporter mes questions. Accent Espagnol ou autre mais difficile de compréhesion. Me disant que ce message était des plus important et se devait d'être écouté. Je lui demande oui mais pourquoi et il a raccroché.
Un homme avec un mauvais anglais m'a téléphoné concernant des supposés problèmes avec mon ordinateur. Je lui ai rappellé à plusieurs reprises que je ne parlais pas anglais mais il s'est montré TRÈS, TRÈS, TRÈS insistant. J'ai raccroché et il m'a tout de suite rappellé. J'ai fait mes recherches et l'appel vient de SA, au Texas alors que je suis de Québec, au Canada... o_O
J'ai un afficheur donc je vois qui appel souvent je répond pas et sa appel souvent aujourd'h*i j'ai fais une recherche sur Google pour trouvé cette page.....À ce que j'ai pus lire ses des gens de SA au TX dans les USA. Sa semble à être de la fraude. Moi aussi je suis au Québec, Canada.
J'ai reçu 5 appels d'un agent qui dit travailler pour "Microsoft Service Center" et que mon ordinateur était infecté de plusieurs virus. Il voulait que j'allume mon ordinateur pour installer un logiciel et lui fournir des informations personnelles (noms d'utilisateur, mot de passe, etc.). Service anti-fraude Canada dit avoir reçu plus de 11 000 plaintes à ce sujet!