425-668-9652 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 425-668-9652 is located in Unavailable, Unavailable.
Around 56% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 111th person to search for it here.The number has a total of 195 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Infosis.net, Steve Jones"
in my opinion this was clearly a scam for 2 reasons. 1 he told me my computer was sending him a error message and he said he could fix it - my pc was off. 2 when i 'followed' his instructions, he wanted me to hit the start button + r to run a program or website. the website was www dot showmypc dot com. i told him i dont have a connection and he hung up without saying anything
I received a call at 6am from someone who told me my computer was sending an error message and that he was able to fix my computer. I told him to recall later, because it s 6am and that can wait. He hung up right away. I tried to recall that number and it s unavailable
He called and said he worked with Microsoft and my computer was sending error messages. He showed me error messages on my comp, and told me to delete them. They can not be deleted, he then stated that he was sending me to the sales department and they would need remote access to my comp. I told him I had no money and didn't feel comfortable giving someone access to my computer. He went off on me telling me nothing in the world is free and hung up before I could say anything else. If its not a scam, very unprofessional at the least.
I wrote the message above, but afterward called microsoft. They will NEVER call you without a call from you first. They sent me some links. This one is about what just happened http://www.microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/avoid-phone-scams.aspx here is where to report it, go to the bottom for FTC phone numbers http://ftc.gov/opa/2012/10/pecon.shtm
These people are driving me crazy! They call almost every day so decided to go along with "Anne" and pretended to follow her instructions to fix my computer 'problem'. When I told her I thought it was a scam she called me a liar and told me to "F*** myself"!! This needs to be stopped. Obviously being registered with do not call is not working.
same as all the above complaints. he called last night at 9 pm. then he called today at 5:45 pm. claims he is working for micro soft and will he help me fix my computer. computer was off!! will somebody please get rid of these two rascals. both were men and speak like they are calling from India.
Got a call describing all of the above this evening. They had me press the "window's" button while holding "r" and had me type in this website which brought me to a page that I had to download something. That was when I stopped and asked who they were again and why they were calling and after arguing with them on the phone, I hung up on them and then they called back. We have 5 computers in our house and they could not tell me which computer had the virus, however, we just had 2 of them into Best Buy for check ups and had work done on them. So I know that there were no virus's. I called Geek Squad/Best Buy and they informed me that this sounded like a scam.
Got the same call from some guys in India saying that they were from Mircrosoft. I ask for verification and they could not provide any. I ask since they were from microsoft to tell me what operating system I had, they could not. So I hung up. TOTAL SCAM!!!!!
Calls everyday at same time. Then he tells me (in broken English) that my windows computer has been sending an error message. Everyday I tell him that it is highly unlikely that he can monitor anything on my computer, that it is connected via a T- line to a secure server. I then told him that he is scamming people and that I am going to report him. He then started screaming at me saying, " you a f##k". After several of these rants I asked him to remove me from his call list. Then he said "you a f##k" twice more and hung up.
Called tonight saying the same. My computer reported that it had viruses and malware. He offered to help me through it and wanted me in front of my computer. Heavy Indian accent. I acted like I was in receiveng a phone call on the other line and asked him to hold, but instead I just put him on mute. I could hear him talking in Indian to another male in the back and then he hung up. Do not entertain any of these unsolicited PC virus help calls.
This I a Scam this is not the first time he tried this I try to take to him and he hangers up on me I said realy u think u r looking at my computer and it off and there no way u can be doing this before I can take to him he full of it he hangers up this is a scam big time so be carful he is so stumped he make me lol Lee
has called 3 times in a row....very hard to understand....broken english...he knew my name...wants me to press windows button /r keys. when i said i didn't understand him...he said yu are a b***h...do you understand me now...I told him i still don't understand him. called back again and I just hung up.
Told me he was calling from Windows re my computer. I asked him how he got my #, he told me my computer was registered. Told him he had false information as I don't have a computer...didn't even hear him hang up, must have been that quick. Good way to handle scammers though.
We get calls from this number daily. We never answer the phone if we can't identify the number on Caller ID. If there's no message left, we block the call. Since we installed the greatest invention since the flush toilet, the DIGITONE CALL BLOCKER, the phone doesn't even ring when these (and other) unwanted people call. Even better, if the TV's on, the incoming call number pops up so you know they're getting disconnected immediately, but there's no ring. Well worth the $92.