253-802-0308

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  Some Indian Guy
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  Sean
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  Megabyte Solutions
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  Auburn, Wa
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  Telemarketer
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Owner Info for 253-802-0308

Caller ID for (253) 802-0308:

Seattle, WA

(253) 802-**** Phone Numbers

Landline
Near Auburn, Washington
Issued by International Telcom, Ltd. - Wa

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1999.

While 2538020308 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (253) 802-0308 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

User Complaints for (253) 802-0308

Caller name: My client didn't remember.

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This is an email I sent to all of my clients.

I have just had calls from two clients who have asked if they had done the right thing. They didn't, and could very well be in dire financial straits. They are assessing the damage but I didn't want to wait to warn you.

Here's the scam. A person calls, claiming to be from Microsoft (or somewhere else you recognize). They claim they've detected problems on your PC and offer to help you solve the problem. Sometimes they'll ask to take over your machine to help you but if you decline or appear nervous they'll say "No problem, we can talk you through it." In either case, they take you to the Event Viewer of your computer (Start > Run1 > EventVWR then click on System or Application in the left pane) where inevitably you'll find errors. Some errors there are common and normal and nothing serious to worry about but most folks don't know that and fall into the trap. They sold the last caller software to repair the damage that Microsoft gives away for free and it won't repair those errors anyway. Then they lead them to a web site that gives them control over their computer, http://www.ammyy.com/en/ (Note: I have intentionally changed the destination of this site so you won't be compromised if you click on it accidentally but if you do go there and buy a personal luxury submarine, please mention my name as I could really use the $50,000 commission.
My client's initial response was "Well I guess I just got screwed out of $35.00!"
My response was "Did you give them the code off of the back of your credit card?"
A tentative and weak "Yes." ensued.
"Then you have given someone, you don't know, all they need to charge anything they want to your account."
Sometimes they do not exercise that card right away; sometimes they do. When they don't, it gives you a false sense of security and when your account gets hammered two months later you often do not recall the transaction. I advised my last client to hang up on me, call his bank immediately to cancel his charge card. He did.

I am often at clients' sites when they are forced to take a phone call. It never ceases to amaze me what people tell complete strangers things that are none of their business.
There are some simple rules to follow.
- If I walked up to you on the street and started asking you personal questions would you tell me if you didn't know me? No, of course not! Then why do it on the phone. People do it all the time.
- Remember when you were in high school and they talked about defensive driving. They said treat every other driver as if at any instant they'll do something incredibly stupid and plan for it. They too frequently do but your adherence to that tenet has got you this far in life. That is still good advice but there is a big difference here. The person who calls you is out to get everything you own but they'll usually settle for your money or all your identity can buy them. Tell them nothing even if they seem to know a lot about you! This is not astrology where someone monkeys with your astral chart, guesses a few random facts and you then believe any bologna they dish out. Tell them nothing! Hang up!
- Know who you are talking to. If you are even slightly suspicious, get their contact information. Look them up by Googling their phone number and call them back. If they do not want to give you their name, company or number a big flag should go up.
- Microsoft does not call anyone out of altruism. Only I do that (you are reading an example right now).
- Capture their number on your caller ID and log into one of the sites designed to decipher and diseminate that type of information2.
- If you must do business over the phone. Look up the company's phone number and you call them.

Follow up: When my client called me back he said there were still things going on on his computer screen. Apparently, the bad guy, we'll call Dennis (arbitrarily) had connected remotely and was "repairing it". I told my client to immediately walk to the back of his computer and remove the ethernet cable. He did and guess what? Things kept happening on the screen making me think that Dennis had what he wanted and was simply running a program with graphs and tables to make it appear as if something was going on while Dennis was making more calls. While talking to my client he said he had a call coming it and guess who it was? Sure enough it was dear old evil Dennis. I told my client what to tell Dennis and to call me back when he was through. When he called back he said Dennis was upset but when my client was firm about his uncertainty about the legitimacy of the call and started asking his own questions Dennis admitted he did not work for Microsoft but was a certified Microsoft partner. Furthermore, he was in Los Angeles and not Auburn, Washington where the call originated from. There was then a pause in the conversation when Dennis learned, from someone in his office, that the credit card had been cancelled. Dennis was furious asking why would it been cancelled when the service had been provided. What service was provided? The only service attempted was robbery.
All we have to do at this point is to repair any damage to the computer Dennis may have done. I doubt if we'll hear from Dennis again. Hopefully, he has blacklisted my client. As an aside my client confided in me that he was about to make a major purchase and had just transferred a significant amount of money to that account. Hmmmm, maybe I should charge a percentage, nah! Not my style.

I asked for Dennis' number from my client's caller ID. This is what I got when I Googled his number. That was one site. There are more.

Fortunately, we dodged a bullet this time ... but only by a minute or two. "Trust no one." Fox Mulder

Sincerely,
Dave out

~~~~~~~~~~~
"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet." Aristotle, philosopher (384-322 BCE)
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1 If you don't have a Run command in your Start menu, they'll either tell you how to put it there or get there through Start > Settings or Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Event Viewer > then click on System or Application in the left pane.

2 Places to call about Telemarketers: Caller Complaints, FCC, National Do Not Call List. Google to find more.

- Dave Ussell
California

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[Reply]   September 22, 2011

Caller type: Unknown

Just got a call from a man with an East Indian accent stating he is from Microsoft Corp. Said I have a virus. I knew it was a scam and hung up.

- Concerned
Canada

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[Reply]   August 9, 2011

Caller name: Michael

Caller type: Telemarketer

Received a call from 253 802-0308 and he stated he was calling from "Windows Service Center". Had a very heavy East Indian accent. I told him I had to change phones and left hanging...several minutes later he hung up! Why do they this! Does anyone have a rebuttal for these type of callers?

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   February 19, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

An indian woman called me from this number, and asked if I had a computer. I instantly knew what to do, and started trolling the c**p out of her (asking what she was wearing... told her I like hairy women like her...If her sister was hairy too.) Raging s**t storm ensued. She handed the phone off to a guy that began screaming obscenities at me...

Now that I have your attention... The number on caller ID is from washington, but they're elsewhere. This is quite a sophisticated forwarding setup. Minutes before I received the call, I got a different call from a number more local to me, and nobody answered when I picked up. After trolling the living daylights out of this pair (They called back 5 times!) I tried the local number, and it was out of service. The only solution is to block these f**ktards.

Have a nice day!

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   January 20, 2012

Caller name: Scam artist

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Heavily East Indian accent lady called saying that my computer was infected with viruses.

Went along with her.

Kept her on the phone as long as possible.

She hung up on me. How Rude! After all she was the one that called!

- Al from Victoria BC
Canada

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[Reply]   January 20, 2012

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

this indian accent guy contacted me and told me to go to ammyy .com or something. i told him the numbers for the computer id. what should i do?????????????? nooooo

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   January 19, 2012

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The number that shows up 253-802-0308 is a legitimate number of a Federal Trade Commissioner. Unfortunately that number has been compromised and used.

It is NOT the number that will allow you to reach the perp.
In Canada you can report this to http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/

They already know about this, and will advise you to call back if you see another number show up on Caller-ID. If you have pressed *57 to do a trace after recieving the perp's call you can report that tot he police and they may hand it over to their trace dept.

Phone number hijacking is difficult to trace due to the fact that this call which likely originated overseas could have bounced through satellites, many Phone Exchanges, analog or digital and finally land at your end.

The true solution would be to have a savvy programmer write a reverse tracing algorithm that traces through the internet once they connect to your machine. This would mean having an machine with no secure/confidential date on it, and the program waiting for these dudes to call.


What goes around comes around, They'll get it one day

- ITGuru
Canada

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[Reply]   November 15, 2011

Caller name: brian

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

scammed me for $200.00

- shal manhas
Canada

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[Reply]   October 13, 2011

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Called claiming something about Microsoft and reported problems with my computer. I told him I would never give out the number he called me to any business (it was my cell number) and he could take me the f**k off his call list. Because he called my cell, I have his number.

- PHOTOLAWYER
California

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[Reply]   September 20, 2011

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

These scammers need better training to be effective. They just phoned me at 9:45 p.m. on Sunday evening. The caller (strong accent, stumbling over his script) asked for me by last name. He claimed to be from the Computer Repair Department at Microsoft. I played along a bit. He told me my computer is sending out malicious code. "What do you plan to do?" I said, trying not to laugh. He directed me to sit down at my computer so he could show me how to remove the junk mail. I said to him, "Would you please tell me the name, address and phone # of your employer?" He replied, "My phone number is M-O-T-H-E-R-F-U-C-K-E-R" and hung up.

- Try Harder
Canada

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[Reply]   September 12, 2011

Caller type: Unknown

calls at least 10 times a day. getting tired of it.

- Bev
Canada

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[Reply]   September 7, 2011

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

We are sick of getting calls from 253-802-0308...

Someone should track them down and forcefully make them stop.

- Jim
Canada

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[Reply]   September 6, 2011

Caller name: Gaitherburg MD

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Seriously they're still at it. Called me to day from a Maryland number. Claimed to be from microsoft's windows team told me I had a virus and hacking software installed on my computer. Very thick accent sounded Asian.. tons of static on the line. Anyway told him I wasn't buying anything; he promptly hung up.

- Sonya
Ohio

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[Reply]   August 6, 2014

Caller name: Rahul

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

He had a Indian accent. He wanted me to pay 99.99 cents, and he told me to press the windows + the r button. I knew it was a scam when I saw this site. Thanks. He said he was from nothing just a tech support thing. He told me to goto LogMeIn.com or support.me and told me to put in a code. I said ok like I put it in and he hung up. I called back he asked what was the problem with my computer I said Trojan and YOU ARE A SCAM!

- Veck Prince
Illinois

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[Reply]   June 25, 2014

Caller name: Indian accent couldn't understand what his name was

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Just got a call from a man with Indian accent. He told me that I have someone from Mexico trying and has gotten into my computer. He said people having been calling them saying nasty things and my email was attached to it. He told me to go to my computer and type in Ammyy y has in Yankee , which I have read the other scammers say y for Yankee. He told me to put in www.ammyy.com. I did as he told me. He said see the green page and I said no. He said let's do it again, so I did and I said no green page, but I did see a small green page next to the caption and it said AMMYY is a SCAM and they are telling you to download what's on the green page and they will get into your computer to fix it. I said will this cost money and he said yes plus I read they will get all my important information! Whew glad the green page didn't come up. BEWARE

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   February 19, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

HEY JOHN MARTIN... IF U HAVE GUTS.. JST CALL ME.. M WAITING... 15064503805 ...
ILL f**k U...

- MR. FOSTER
India

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[Reply]   December 13, 2013

Caller name: MR. FOSTER

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

HEY.. JOHN MARTIN U R A SCAMMER... SCAMERS... U m**********r... ILL f**k UR MOTHER... YOU f*****g a*s HOLE...

- JOHN MARTIN
India

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[Reply]   December 13, 2013

Caller name: Frank Anderson

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received a call from a Frank Anderson with a thick Indian accent claiming to be from Microsoft security. Had me go through some gyrations on my compouter . He read my CLS ID number to "prove " he was from Microsoft. I told him I thought this was a scam and he insisted it wasn't and turned me over to his supervisor who gave me his first and last name ( very American sounding like "Joe Smith"). Same spiel. Then they asked me go into my internet home page and asked me to type www.AMMYY into the address bar, fortunately a number of suggested websites including "AMMYY Scam" came up. I pulled that up while talking to him, I realized it was, as I suspected, a scam, and hung up. He just called me back and asked if we had been inadvertently cut off. I told him I was reporting this to the FBI and hung up. THE TIP IS THAT REAL WINDOWS TECHNICIANS WOULD NEVER OFFER THEIR FIRST AND LAST NAMES. AND I doubt windows security would call you on the phone.

- Anonymous
Connecticut

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[Reply]   November 7, 2013

Caller name: different names

Caller type: Unknown

calls since 9 month daily to inform that I have a security issue on my computer.
I do not pick it up anymore, but they do not stopp calling me!

- Thomas A.
Switzerland

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[Reply]   August 13, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

they just called and my little girl answered, they asked for me and then hung up before I got there. So I instructed her to just hang up. This has happened before.

- Bob
Canada

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[Reply]   July 19, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Have called at 6 AM the last two mornings -VERY ANNOYING.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   July 19, 2013

Caller name: international

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Mine at first was a woman , exactly the same , but I fell for it , but at the end when they wanted my credit card details I told em its cool I don't wanna buy it I'll rather let my computer crash, then she gave it to a man he sounded angry , trying to persuade me but I hanged up and today another man just rang me talking about a person called keeta , or kitaa I dunno their number was international so please help I want them to ring me at the right time so I can give them a piece .

- sully
United Kingdom

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[Reply]   July 11, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Man with heavy Indian Accent claiming to be with Microsoft said that my computer was sending him error messages and that he would show me how to turn it off. I asked for his phone number and said I would investigate and call him back if I needed his help. He was pushy and said he would stay on the line. I hung up. He called back in a few minutes and I didn't answer.

- David
Texas

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[Reply]   July 4, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

heavily accented man said mycomputer had a problem and asked if I was aware of this. I said "no, thank you" and hung up.

- June
United States

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[Reply]   July 2, 2013

Caller name: Brian Watson

Caller type: Unknown

This guy with an indian accent called me today saying we had problem with our microsoft computer. He said someone hacked into our microsoft ID from Ontario and said he would help us block it. He sid to turn on the computer and go through some steps to fix it and I asked him for a phone number because it showed Unknown caller when he called. He gave me two numbers...the first one was 806-275-9801, I called and it went to straight to the voicemail (not even a company). Second number he gave me was 608-725-9801, I called and it was not a number in service. Be careful!

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   June 29, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

I get constant calls from this number. The caller tells me there are problems with my computer and wants to fix it. Generally I hang up. My question is -If I am on a do not call list, how are they allowed to call my number?

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   June 25, 2013

Caller name: Mark Alvin

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Asked me to login to www.ammyy.com,I was very wary and asked him for the companies' phone number,806-275-9801,I called the number and it was answered by someone called Michael,I was not convinced,when he phoned back,I told him to go forth and multiply!

- Tony
Canada

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[Reply]   June 12, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

SOME GUY CALLED ME YESTERDAY WITH A THICK INDIAN ACCENT CLAIMING TO BE FROM MICROSOFT THE DIDNT CALL ME FROM 253-802-030 BUT FROM 313-001-2001. SO BE CAUTIOUS WHEN YOU GET A RANDOM PHONE CALL LIKE THIS HUNG UP WITH THEM OR s***w AROUND WITH THEM THATS ALWAYS FUN TO.

- NICHOLAS
Indiana

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[Reply]   June 11, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Said they were from micrsoft and wanted to know if my computer was on / that I had malware on my computer and I needed to turn it on, I hung up

- m
Kansas

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[Reply]   May 31, 2013

Caller name: Aila ?

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

woman caller with thick accent said my compter had a virus and to turn it on .I pretended to play along . She said she was calling from in New York but #253-802-0309 is not in Ny. I called her a liar and she hung up on me !

- Mrs .B
Nevada

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[Reply]   May 31, 2013

Caller name: Microsoft/unknown

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Accented male said he was calling from London from Microsoft and that somebody has my IP address and has hacked into my computer. I asked him why Microsoft would be calling me? I yelled at him to stop calling me.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   May 28, 2013

Caller name: fraudster

Caller type: Unknown

The creepy man with an Indian accent refused to take me off his calling list and SEXUALLY HARRASSED me!!!

- Anonymous
New Jersey

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[Reply]   May 26, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

The phone rang from this number very early this weekend day- tried to hang it up so it didn't wake my kids- they called right back, so I answered it- got an evil laugh from the other end and the caller hung up. Tried to call it back and got a recording saying to report this number to my phone service as it is being used by a carrier outside the control of International Telecom...my caller id lists the number as "Fraudster"

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   May 26, 2013

Caller name: "Kevin"

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Sounded like an East Indian guy who's been calling pretty regular now for a couple months. Lately, he's been identifying as "Kevin from the computer center"...yeah, right! The last couple of times have been as soon as 10 minutes ago and the day before yesterday. The man must be desperate, some sort of plain idiot, in attempting to get someone who's unaware on the phone! Both recently-attempted calls, he's been told that I'm aware it's a scam, tell him to have a great day, and I hang up. This morning, I told him again, but really firmly this time..."I told you the other day, I know you're running a scam and I don't want you calling here again!" with the inference in my voice that if he does, there will be further action taken. Maybe he'll get the hint? On the other hand, guys like this seem to have no conscience...as another report (John) said...this "Kevin" really needs help. I couldn't agree more!

- Karen
Canada

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[Reply]   May 24, 2013

Caller name: Fraudster

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received a call from this number. The organization appeared as Fraudster. When I answered a man with an Indian accent told me he was calling from Windows Tech Support. When I told him he wasn't from Windows and not to call anymore, he insisted on telling me he was from WIndows support. He finally hung up.

I called the numbe back and a man aswered the phone. He identified himself as Luke Smith and said his number was being used and he did not know how. I advised him to contact his phone carrier.

Honestly, he was probably lying too - - but who knows.

This is at least the fourth call we have received like this although the first one where the number showed.

- Mary
Ohio

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[Reply]   May 22, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Identified himself as a Microsoft Windows Operating System technician. I asked him if he was with Microsoft Corp. and he said no he was independent with Windows company and that my computer was infected with viruses. I told him that I was not interested in what he had to say that I had antivirus software and would not continue with conversation. I hung up.

- Anonymous
Virginia

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[Reply]   May 21, 2013

Caller name: He didn't say but had heavy accent.

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Couldn't understand what he said, told him no and hung up. The name, Fraudster, on my caller ID led me to believe it was a scam.

- Anonymous
New York

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[Reply]   May 21, 2013

Caller name: Microsoft Service

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This idiot with an Indian accent said my computer was sending out errors for days to their center, that they were an independent company working for Microsft. When asked how they found out my number, they said they knew details of everyone in Canada

When I mentioned that spying on people in Canada is illegal, they hung up

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   May 21, 2013

Caller name: Fraudster

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

There was a great deal of scratching sounds a then the caller mumbled something about "Bill". I asked him to repeat himself and he mumbled some more but I heard "...OK to Bill this number?" I told him absolutely not he was not billing anything to this number and he hung up.

- Eric
Ohio

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[Reply]   May 11, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Caller began to sing after a brief pause upon answering so immediately terminated the connection.

- Martin
Canada

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[Reply]   May 9, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

This guy called us and said the same thing as to others that the couputer has a virus and wants the IP address. SCAM

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   May 9, 2013

Caller name: Fraudster

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Indian woman telling me my computer was in imminent danger. This is a recurring call.
My CallerID identified it as "Fraudster." Now if it could find a way to stop the calls. Wasn't the "Do Not Call" registry supposed to handle such noxious nuisances?

- ijb
Texas

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[Reply]   May 8, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Toronto - this number called twice thios morning. First call was early and woke me up. Did not answer as I knew it was a garbage call. Based on other comments here, don't understand why these kind of people aren't dealt with by the authorities.

- Harry
Canada

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[Reply]   May 7, 2013

Caller name: Harry

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same as above. He was SO nasty, and said he has all of my information, which totally freaked me out. I filed a complaint with the FTC. I researched this a little bit and found out that this scam has been going on for awhile, in the US, in the UK... I emailed my parents and my grandpa to let them know, because they use the phone help a lot for their Windows machines and I would hate for them to be taken advantage of by such a S**t-head.

- Anonymous
South Carolina

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[Reply]   May 7, 2013

Caller name: Fraudster

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The caller ID showed the name "Fraudster". Thie person on other end of phone with a heavy Indian accent stated she was from Microsoft. She told me that Microsoft did a program search on my computer and that they found a virus and registry damage. If I followed her directions she could repair my computer from her end. She told me the process could take severasl minutes and up to 30 minutes to repair.

All she would need to start the process is my permission and my credit card number which would be charged $259.99. I hung up!!

- HIVOLT
Massachusetts

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[Reply]   May 6, 2013

Caller name: Unintelligible

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same as the rest of the complaints. I laughed at him at said "Do you really think I'm going to fall for this, hung up and added the number to my Digitone10 call blocker. Buh Bye!

- Call Blocker Dude
California

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[Reply]   May 3, 2013

Caller name: Indian Chick

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I get calls from this woman many times a day. Sometimes she doesn't speak. She says she is from MicroSoft and wants me to get into my computer so she can show me the viruses that have been downloaded. I will place a complaint with the Attorney General. It was obvisouly a scam. I hung up after stringing her along for a bit.

- Angel
Illinois

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[Reply]   May 2, 2013

Caller name: Windows Service Center

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Obvious scam artist, claiming that my computer was sending them error messages and that they needed to remote in and fix.

- Brad
Indiana

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[Reply]   May 2, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

call and say have a refund for me. is a fraud and guy has east indian accent. told ;him will call police if I get any more calls.

- rick
Canada

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[Reply]   May 2, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Keeps calling saying there is a security issue with my operating system. I knew it was fraud. I asked to speak to a supervisor she said I was. I asked to be put on a no call list she said no. And insisted they were going to call back every night no matter what. Laughing at me saying there was nothing I could do about it.

- Gary
Canada

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