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User Complaints for 145-897-4624
Caller name: cant remember
called me to talk about my computer and internet speed, if i was having problems. i asked how they got my number and they hung up. stupid b***h probably wasnt given the answers for that question. im in australia and it came up as overseas number.
called to tell me my windows computer was sending error messages. Asked if I was in front of the computer and I said no and he asked if I could get to one. I told him it wasnt a good time and when he asked when a better time to call was I told him there was none. He then proceeded to tell me to go f*** myself
This number called me, stated that they worked for Windows and they had gotten responses from my computer that there were problems. I had been scammed before and after that experience I never wanted to go through it again.
The last time they called me, they were looking for someone named Jewels and once I gave them my name they kept calling back, now they are calling my home phone number. This is the second time in a month that this has happened. I told them before to take me off their calling list. I just want it to stop.
District of Columbia
Caller name: Microsoft Technical support
"Alex Williams" rep started asking about Windows computers in the household. After asking rep a few questions about how is it possible for a person with English name to have such an accent, the rep hung up. Please don't answer the calls with this number, it's a scam.
I received this call today. In the past they've also used other numbers to contact me about my computer being violated by hackers. You can report these incidents to www.fcc.gov...the federal communication commission. They have an online form you fill out with your complaint. Good luck!
Caller name: Didn't identify themselves
They call you to "help" you with your computer viruses and problems but they are a scam and want to take full control of computer. I played a long and kept them for 15 minutes and then I laughed at them while explaining how stupid their act was.
Caller mentioned it came to their attention (Microsoft) that I was having problems with my windows operating system. I remarked that yes I was. I just can't get it to work on my computer. I asked how he got my phone number since I didn't register it and it isn't asked for. The MF went on for a while until asked "How can you fix it"? Again he went on until I said "I use a Mac" a*****e. Consider yourself reported. Rude b*****d told me a few course words. Next time I see the number I'll pretend he called Helga's House of Pain and have some fun.
Caller name: None shown on screen
Several calls over last three days. No voice, just an occasional soft click like a switching system, so we just hang up in less than 10 seconds, like our answering machine cut it off. Thought it might be a fax machine but now I see it is a scammer. They don't worry about the "Do Not Call" list, and seem immune from prosecution.
He said he was from Microsoft tech support and he said my computer was sending out a lot of error messages and he could help me... I asked where he was located several times and he kept giving me different places.. strong mid-east accent, hard to understand..
I[m 89, have had computers since 1983,.get 4 tech newsletters, skim all of them and read what sounds interesting to me... This was an item in one of them recently so I had lucked out and read it....
Tried to keep him on the line with more questions but he finally hung up on me.......
Caller name: John-Tony-Sam
On 12/18/2013 "John Maxwell" ID X1004 ID 644 060 213 Password 5810 with Kenoxis called our home and said that he was the tech support for Microsoft .He said that our computer had been infected with a very bad Virus, if he didn't perform Microsoft updates that my computer was going to crash in a few days. He also said we didn't have an operating firewall that was not working with our system. .( which I knew was not true ). He said would clear up all problems for free and give us 5 years of internet protection, but the license fee would cost $100.00 and wanted a credit card number, which we refused. My wife sent a check to the address he had given as P.C.UP ,1639 Western Park, CT ,Dallas , TX , 75211, USA , I called Microsoft that day, who informed me that they informed they DO NOT solicit Microsoft tech support as a "cold call". The Hacker called again on 12/20/13 and tried the same scam, which I immediately informed him that we were aware that he was scamming people with terroristic tactics. I told them not to ever call our number again and that we were going to report them to the Attorney General's Office as soon as possible,and hung up the phone..The call was "dropped" several times and the hacker first said his name was "Sam" , then "Tony," lastly " John Marshal".