425-668-9652

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Caller name: microsoft

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

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

- Anonymous
Washington

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[Reply]   August 31, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

I don't ever answer unknown callers and no message was left. From my basic research this number is IMHO a VOIP spoof. Surprisingly and thankfully, at least they didn't spoof a recognizable CID name such as Micro$oft or IBM or FCC or some such. I still wouldn't answer but fear many would. I suspect they are calling from overseas in that many in the US are reporting very early morning calls. Also, from several reports, this sounds very similar to last summer's FCC recommendation for prosecution of these culprits. Have they relocated and resumed criminal activity? I urge everyone to write the FCC, FTC and their congresspersons, demanding legislation to criminalize Caller ID name and/or number spoofing, and to remove privileged status of toll-free callers. Ask them to do something useful.. for a change.

- PieceMaker
Florida

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[Reply]   January 20, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

I til the guy on the other line to take me off the list and his response was "why don't you put my d**k in your mouth" I hung up pretty shocked an offended. Definitely not legitimate.

- Anonymous
Missouri

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[Reply]   November 7, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Won't give a name and won't tell why the call. Swore and cussed like a longshoreman. Won't adhere to law about do not call. Called five times in less than two hours to cuss at us because we wouldn't buy into the scam.

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   November 6, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Number just called and i led him on thinking that i was doing what he was saying to do. onc he asked me to download i said i clicked it but it wouldnt start, went bak and forth for about 20 minutes on why the download wouldnt start, called me a dumba## and a F###. and i was like no sir you are the dumba## you have entertained me for the ast 20 minutes. and he hung up

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   November 5, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

I seen my caller ID was blocked from seeing whom was calling, so I just picked phone up & hung up. Didn't bother giving them a chance to say anything.

- x*x
Ohio

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[Reply]   November 1, 2013

Caller name: stupid

Caller type: Unknown

it was awesome, I got a phone call from this number. shortly after telling the guy with the accent he was an idiot, he started to use profanity. I work in the oil field and thought I could out-cuss anyone.it was a dead heat for a while, but I think he beat me. it was still fun. hope they call back, I have some new material.

- bg
Wyoming

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[Reply]   October 26, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

received a call in the morning from this number and they tried to tell me my computer was infected. I hung up. They called back. I hung up again. Received a call in the evening once again telling me that I'm infected. I informed the caller that I was an IT professional. He started arguing with me... called me "sonny boy" about five different times as I continued to prove him wrong. He kept insisting he could see my computer and it was infected. I asked him to provide the IP address from my machine and the mac address if he could truly see into my system. Stated getting more "sonny boy's".... would love to meet this guy face to face.

- Anonymous
Idaho

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[Reply]   October 25, 2013

Caller name: Peter Hammer

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Caller with heavy indian accent said he was from the support center and they were getting messages that my computer was sending stuff worldwide and tehy need me to sit at the computer and help them fix the problem so the computer would stop sending these messages. I gave him a hard time and a normal tech support person would have given more info to validate who they are but he kept insisting that I just look at the files on the computer and it would prove that he was trying to help. I insisted on a company name and he said etechpro and etechpro.net. He wanted my to push CTRL+R on the keyboard. I insisted on a phone number which he refused to give and kept saying he was with Windows support. Finally when I asked him his real name and not the one they use to talk to Americans he started cussing me out and hung up.

I also told him my computer was not registered so there was no way they would have my phone number. Asked him which computer and he kept saying your windows computer. I said I have several, which one and all he would say is your personal computer.

- Anonymous
Louisiana

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[Reply]   October 23, 2013

Caller name: Scam Artist

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Called my line at work twice. First time, I ignore the call. Second time (about 3 hours later), I picked up the line and put the phone on mute while I continued to work -- without saying a word. The person at the other end did not say a word and waited for about 2 minutes before eventually hanging up. Another trick that I sometimes use with these annoying scam artists is ask transfer them to a fax machine. That is only way I know how to return the favor.

- Anonymous
Illinois

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[Reply]   September 25, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

We have had several of these calls. I told the guy that I knew it was a scam and he was all offended! I said, well who ever heard of customer service calling the customer?

- Sue
Washington

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[Reply]   September 25, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

After the upteenth telemarketing call I turned off the ringer on both phones, did some research and ordered a Digitone Call Blocker 10 from Amazon. Installed it over the weekend. Turned the ringer back on of the phone hooked up to the call blocker. Set it up to global blocking and programmed it to only accept calls from our VIP list and Invited List. Now we can answer our phone knowing it's from family/friends/people we allow to call us. According to the Caller ID history, that 425-668-9652 tried to call us on 9/19/2013 at 10:06 a.m. Our call blocker stopped it from getting through. It has first ring suppression, so telemarketers can't even disturb us with a ring. Peace at last!

- Martinez Gal
California

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[Reply]   September 20, 2013
In response to: Sulaiman Mahmud

I am very happy with this surprise.

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Ben, they don't actually have access to your computer. That's what they are trying to get (along with access to your credit card) by saying they are getting error messages. They are lying, and do not have the same abilities as the NSA unless you give them the ability by falling for this scam.

Next time they call just have a little fun with them - insult their mother or whatever...

- Greg
Canada

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[Reply]   September 12, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Called me tonight but never said anything... It was weird

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   September 4, 2013

Caller type: Unknown

Got a call from this number and when I picked up all I heard was a computerized voice that said "good-bye".

- Amy
Washington

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[Reply]   September 3, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

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.

- Very irritated
North Carolina

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[Reply]   September 3, 2013

Caller name: ASIAN

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

He keeps asking if my parents own a a computer and they DONT how ever I am an attorney and I will file law suit. Either this c**p stops or the law suit will be filed. The call is coming out of Lynwood Wa.

- Anonymous
Colorado

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[Reply]   August 31, 2013

Caller name: i forgot

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

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

- Thomas
Canada

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[Reply]   August 31, 2013

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Infosis scam

- Anonymous
Missouri

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[Reply]   July 24, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

phone number 859 212 6199

- Anonymous
Virginia

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[Reply]   May 16, 2014

Caller name: no name, claims he is from Microsoft

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This Indian speaking guy calls from Florence KY some times 5 times a day. I told him to never call me again and hung up on him. Claims to be infos.net

- John F. Hay
Virginia

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[Reply]   May 16, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Played them hard. asking for some 8 digit number. lead them on that I installed the program. Lots of background noise, it's a recording. Made up a plethora of numbers. They were persistant.
Spoke to the supervisor. Said some words in Greek - they had no idea what I was saying, it was a hoot!

- Jim
Australia

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[Reply]   April 29, 2014

Caller name: Infosis.net

Caller type: Unknown

Same thing: a lady supposedly from the Microsoft company called me to say that my PC was sending viruses to other computers and that they would help me to solve the problem. I spent 15 mn trying to get their phone number and a name, and at the end they just hangged up without any explanation...

- Anonymous
France

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[Reply]   March 26, 2014

Caller name: Steve Jones

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Tried to get me to log into www.infosis.net to fix problems with my computer that he said they discovered. Said he was from Microsoft Systems. I told him I called the police and he was a phishing scam trying to get my personal information. He got mad and said I was "full of s**t." haha great customer service... He hung up.
Do people really fall for these idiots?

- Anonnymous in NH
Maine

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[Reply]   March 24, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I was contacted yesterday by people claiming that they had "received reports that MY computer had viruses and malware on it". It seemed very unlikely to me that they would contact me about this, but I played along to see what they would do. I asked if they were connected with Microsoft and they said, "Microsoft does not contact its customers directly by phone". They tried to verify their legitimacy by making me open an msdos-prompt and typing in various commands. Then a code appeared on my screen and they read the code aloud to me as if it were some kind of serial number that they knew specifically belonged to my computer. Then they made me open a window for system error events and asked me to check how many there were. (None of these errors seemed to be of any real concern anyway.) However, I became very alarmed when they asked me to enter a website and wanted me to open a link that would give access to my computer. I told them I was uncomfortable with this and that I wanted their phone number and I would call Microsoft to verify them first before I did anything. They wouldn't give it! Also, they told me that Microsoft would not answer and that there was no number for customer service. (ALL LIES.) At this point I told them the conversation was over. I called Microsoft and they told me this company had no affiliation with them.
They claimed to be a "Windows support" company. They claimed they were calling out of Albany, NY, but that seems unlikely. The website they told me to use to make the connection was www.infosis.net

- Harry
Canada

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[Reply]   March 22, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Clearly a scam but I went along without ever touching my computer. I know all the commands she was instructing me by heart. I asked her why infosis.net was spelled with an I and not a Y like the legitimate company Infosys. She kept correcting me and when I said this sounds suspicious she said "you stupid man" and hung up. Maybe if she would've understand my mocking voice from the first minute she would've realized I was on to her from the first second. "Oh my! That's sounds bad. Yes let's try to fix my PC"

- Mike
Missouri

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[Reply]   March 20, 2014

Caller name: Alex for Speedy Pc

Caller type: Unknown

They said that they were calling from Microsoft to refund some money for my computer protection but then I found out that they tried to get a credit card I have to cancel my checking account and I have already cancelled my debit card. Is their any thinng tht can be done about this?

- Annie Sellers
South Carolina

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[Reply]   March 7, 2014

Caller name: first tom, then mac (with indian accent)

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

the caller's number comes through as unknown. they have been calling us several times over the past two weeks. they say they work for microsoft or windows and get messages from our computer that there are errors they will fix. they will most certainly try to charge you for a bogus or unnecessary service - or even worse: take over your computer remotely with a few commands to phish personal and critical information.

- in virginia
Virginia

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[Reply]   February 26, 2014

Caller name: 5376429999

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Different number same scam he told me to go to site I told him my computer froze. He kept asking me if I csme back to download something. I hung up

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   February 20, 2014

Caller name: Infosis.net (this IS a scam site - do NOT enter)

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Just had a call similar to a couple of others last year telling me my computer was sending out spurious stuff and needs to be checked out etc - the same story outlined by others here. From just 5 seconds in I knew it was bogus but had nothing better to do before lunch so had a bit of fun.

I played along for over 5 minutes talking and pretending to key in. When I told him it wasn't working he told me to enter a url directly in my browser. Of-course I knew what was coming. I told him that wasn't wise as it could be a malicious site and how could I trust him etc. "Trust me I am your grandfather." Funny but my grandfather didn't speak with a strong Indian accent. Still, who am I to judge, maybe he's undergone a dramatic reincarnation over the years. Then came "You do know this conversation is being recorded." Oh good I said, you do know I normally charge for recordings of my voice. And so it went on until he eventually realised I was taking the p. His final words were "You stupid Germans. You are all idiots.". Well, ok I am an idiot but please, I am not German - just like all the other assumptions he made.

It's worrying that some people must fall for everything these people say. Still, at least I wasted enough of his valuable time to prevent at least one innocent sucker succumbing - and to irritate this call centre wallah. Oh what fun.

- Anonymous
Germany

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[Reply]   February 20, 2014

Caller name: indian man

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

he said there was a malware in my computer i said it worked fin then he said i should go to infosis.net and then i googled infosis.net and found this i said. seriously do you think im that stupid? and then i told him to f**k off he then said that he would call the police on me and then i laughed and asked him to f**k off again and hung up the phone

- anonymous
Sweden

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[Reply]   February 17, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Wants access to your computer. Scam, fraud.

- Anonymous
Pennsylvania

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[Reply]   February 14, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

phone rings, I answer to a recording that says "good bye".

- mitch mortensen
Canada

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[Reply]   February 12, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

My mother got a call from this number, she is elderly and thought it was her Internet provider. She has short term memory problems and actually believed and followed their instructions giving them access to her computer. Since she has memory problems we don't know all the information. But she did say first was a woman with an accent and she had trouble understanding her, then she turned over to a man with a distinct Indian accent. They ended up locking her out of her computer and then called and offered her a program to buy to fix the problem. When they asked for a credit card she finally became suspicious and hung up on them. She can no longer get into her computer and has to pay to get someone to fix it.

- Anonymous
Florida

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[Reply]   February 7, 2014

Caller name: unknown - guy with an accent

Caller type: Telemarketer

A man with an accent (India?) claimed to be from Microsoft. He said my computer has been sending Microsoft error messages, and I needed to follow his directions to correct the problems with my computer. I asked the caller to corroborate some information on my computer, and he gave me wrong product ID numbers for Microsoft software I own so I told him I was hanging up on him and not to call back anymore. Beware: the caller was smooth. He was ready for each of my push-back comments and had an immediate, "reassuring" answer to questions I asked: Why would Microsoft spend money to call individual customers about error messages customers' computers were sending? (His answer: Microsoft hires other companies to do this for them.) My Microsoft and Norton products normally give me a pop-up message when there's a problem. Why did this not happen this time? (Your computer has been sending us error messages for which a Microsoft representative needs to walk you through the fix.) I asked him to give me some information about my computer to verify his story was true. He had me look up the Product ID for my OS. Then he proceeded to read the wrong numbers to me. I told him his numbers were wrong and that I was hanging up on him. Please don't call me again.

- A
Delaware

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[Reply]   February 6, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

Had a call today and he was from India obviously. Hw wanted to talk to me about my Windows Computer and was calling from Microsoft. My answer " He I also work for Microsoft what department are you in ?" the line went blank.

A friend told me to say that if I gat those calls

- Fred
Canada

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[Reply]   February 5, 2014

Caller name: indian

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

i let him in my computer what can i do about it he told he would crash it and when i got mad he said he had a8"d**k just watch it crash so i pulled the plug i couldnt stop what he was doing to my computer.i had to restore my hole computer window files are they any thing i can do ?i have cancer and did not need that in my life right now i hoe they did not get my banking records i have no money as it is it broke my hart im still crying to late to call my bank please help me.

- dionne burnett
Wisconsin

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[Reply]   February 3, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

They call here all the time, normally early in the morning, and ask for my mother by name. Sometimes they say that her computer is sending an error message and they can fix it but she leaves her computer off when she isn't using it so even if they were from "Microsoft" they would not be receiving any messages. Other times they call saying that she purchased something for $399.00 and they are from the refund dept at "Microsoft". I asked the guy for a phone # so she could call them back and he told me sure and pulled the phone away from his face and asked the guy beside him for the number and that guy told him I could not have the number until I registered. I told them to stop calling my Mom trying to scam her out of money and if they called again I would report them and he hung up immediately.

- Anonymous
Kentucky

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[Reply]   January 30, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Number comes up as Washington 425-668-9652. Didn't answer me immediately I answered but Asian voice asking me if I was having a good day!! Ignored his small talk! Scam - I guess like most of the other callers. He then started to tell me about "protecting my windows problem". Told him I know of their scam and harassment and he'd best delete my # from his call list as next time they ring I will be reporting them to the State Attorney. He didn't say anything else and I hung up. Nobody will take control of my computer!

- HelenFM
Florida

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[Reply]   January 28, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

First time for this number; I declined the call. However, I've had calls from other numbers saying they were with Microsoft and they needed access to my computer so they could fix a problem; I reported them to Microsoft security division. Guess this is the same scam, different number.

- Seth
Texas

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[Reply]   January 28, 2014

Caller name: not remembering

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

told me my windows computer is infeceted and keeps sending warnings to "windows official department"
Told me to do several things. After 10 Minutes i told him, that i#m not stupid. I just typed the things on google pictures to keep it going. and my pc is all fine and running on linux - not windows.

- germany
Germany

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[Reply]   January 28, 2014

Caller name: HIN-DU

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

East Indian dude called with the computer virus thing, played dumb and had a bit of fun and then was passed off to the senior technician. 425 668 9652
JEJ - That woman who called you was a guy, Latter called me a Mother F*cker , - Call Over_ I think he was upset that when he passed me back to the junior tech who asked and I told him I had been speaking to a woman. Enough fun for the day, Back to work.

- Bob
Canada

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[Reply]   January 25, 2014

Caller type: Unknown


- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   January 24, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

I have also received multiple calls from this # over the past few months. Never a live person, usually a "ding" and "goodbye". Just wonder what we all have in common, i.e. where they got the phone # list.

- Andy
United States

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[Reply]   January 23, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

I got a call from this number and sounded like a call centre in the background. I said hello a number of times with no answer.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   January 20, 2014

Caller name: It varies, North american, but they are Indian

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

They use different web sites (support.me) or remote control applications (team view) to get control of your computer. I did not let them, so i don't know what they do, but it must pay off, because they have called me over 100 times, usually about 6 times a week. They say they are from Redmond, but are from India, and only understand common english words and those used in this scam. Saying "sure" in stead of "OK" drove one caller nuts because they did not understand what it meant.

- Chris
Canada

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[Reply]   January 18, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

www.infosis.net said they are getting feedback from my computer of several viruses and they needed to run through the computer to eliminate the problem. said they were microsoft.

- Anonymous
West Virginia

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[Reply]   January 14, 2014

Caller type: Unknown

Somebody with an asian accent called early in morning and started with "you have a windows computer, right?" When I told him I didn't (I use a Mac) he said he had the wrong number so I hung up.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   January 9, 2014

Caller name: Washington Call

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Called and claimed we needed to turn on our computer to fix a malware virus. Knew my first name, but would not give name or company he was representing. Very bad connection so I just hung up.

- Orlando Fl
Florida

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[Reply]   January 4, 2014

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This number 425-668-9652 from Washington seems to be a redirect number. this number call sometimes 2 to 5 times a day. When.. i answer the phone.. i told him i got a mac, and i know is a fraud, and they continue to call.. Sometime it's a man with an indian accent, sometimes it's Peter.. sometimes a Woman... i don"t understand why they keep calling if i tell them then i know it's a fraud!!

sometimes it's a Vnumber too..

I have call the *GRC* *CRTC* my phone compagny, no one could do something because.. yes it's a fraud but i don"t have send money so.. but this is harrasment.. &$?&%?#$@

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   December 28, 2013

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