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User Complaints for 326-172-0000
got an sms from 6245 on my prepaid phone. It said that they can help me turn 97$ into 97K. Why on earth would they do that and where are they getting numbers from?
Same named a*****e calling himself "Andrew" from microsoft has called twice now.One time at 11 pm and 1am
Caller name: HA!
Same deal; Indian accent; downloaded viruses; yada-yada-yada. Never got beyond that before hanging up. This is probably an India-based phishing/scam group routed thru NC (Area code 326). Thankfully we have Cox's digital phone with call blocking. Wont be hearing from them again!
Caller name: International Scammers from India
(326) 172-0000 Live call recorded 27 February 2014 ("We're Microsoft certified, your computer is broadcasting too many errors on the Internet..." ) SCAM "fix-it"
Caller ID: "Name Unavailabl[e]"
(aso called 1 October 2013 from the same number. I toyed with them, now they're giving me the opportunity to do so, again!)
Heavy India accent calling to inform me my computer is broadcasting many error reports over the Internet, but they can help me fix the problem. Their problem is to get me to turn on my computer.
I put them on hold telling them I have to go to my computer (I was actually speaking to them using my computer as a telephone thanks to Google Voice) then they described what to do after the screen icons appeared.
They had me start the Microsoft RUN box and I put them on HOLD to answer the door (the UPS man really did show up) and I tried to trip them up when they dictated what I was to type in the RUN box command line. They said "double u double u double u dot..." so I carefully spelled out "double you double you double you dee oh tee..." and they said "No, no!"
I continued the phonetic spelling when they told me "double you double you double dot P L U S S I G N ..." and generally annoyed them. After I put them on hold again, they chastised me and said "I know you're really a technician...don't you have anything to say for yourself...you've wasted 3 minutes of my time and your time..." (Ha ha, I wasted 15 minutes of their time, listen to the recording on my Spam Calls Web Page, link below).
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I got the same number calling me with an indian accent. About the new laptop I just bought. I got defensive and rude as I usually am when I get a call out of the blue for my information. I hadn't bought a new laptop didn't even have one. The only thing different I have been doing is paypal and ebay. So they could be getting information somewhere through them. Anybody else using ebay and paypal too?
Caller name: unknown name
This number called me yesterday. I wasn't home, and they didn't leave a message, so I just saw it on the caller id. I googled the area code, and it said it is an area code from the Jharkhand area of India. No clue how they got my number, as I'm unlisted and am on the 'do not call registry.'
Caller name: Could Not Understand
This number has called me repeatedly about my "windows computer problem"-I do not have windows. The man speaks with an Indian accent and he became threatening when I stated I am going to report this number as a scam call.
How can this be stopped??
Call received 7/12/13 at 11:08 am (pst). Caller sounds like calling from off shore and he stated "I'm calling from Microsoft and I am calling about your computer". I told him "No", he said, "No", I said, "I dont have a computer", he said "You dont have a computer", I said " No, I dont have one". He then hung up on me. This is not the first time I have received this type of call. They usually call about 1 every 2 months.
Caller name: Did not identify her name- Indian woman
An Indian woman called 07/28/2013 with extremely heavy accent called from this number. Told me that she was with "technical dept of Windows" and that they were getting reports that my computer is sending out viruses. Kept insisting she was with "windows" and was speaking very poor English. She wanted me to go into my computer so she could show me the viruses.....I stopped her at that point and told her No I wasn't going to do ANYTHING with her on my computer and to add me to her DO NOT CALL list, but then she hung up on me. I have no idea how these people got my number as I am non-listed. I read above that someone mentioned Ebay and Paypal which I am an active member of for business purposes...Hummm is that what the link is?
dat heavy indian accent lady told me to do all dis command things and i played by until they asked me fr my credit card details for buying some anti virus s**t!! but m scared coz dey gt through my computer by show my pc thngs and were showing me the viruses.. she told me to dwnload smthng.. how to i stop dem from clearing my bank acc!! im scared :/
A woman with an Indian accent called and said she was with a computer protection company and our computer had shown to be "infected" with some harmful software.When I asked her where this was coming from, she said the Global Internet Service that manages the internet. I informed her that I worked in IT and that there was no such service and she promptly hung up.
Caller name: Unk
First call from 326-172-0000 was treated to my voice mail (aka, Three Stooges) and left a rambling, incoherent message. Five minutes later the same number called, so I answered with my very bad redneck accent. The accented Indian-sounding lady (she kind of reminded me of the Fisher Stevens character in Short Circuit) passed me to another rep(tile) who was equally nonplussed with my own accented responses. They hung up on me and no more calls so far ;-)
Received a call at 9:30 last night from a man with a strong accent in Vietnam. He said he was from microsoft and he had sent me many emails that I have not responded to. He wanted to help me clear out all the popups I've been getting. What!!! Right! Hung up! What an annoyance!
This number called about viruses on my computer. They referred to themselves as '35 Technical Department of Windows'. I asked if they were affiliated with Microsoft and got sent to a new representative. I asked how they got my phone number, they said from my computers IP address. I said that the two were not affiliated, they gave me to a third representative. I asked where they were located, they said London, UK. When I requested a street address so I could verify their company, they hung up on me.