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Issued by Xo New York, Inc.

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2001.

While 6463679735 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (646) 367-9735 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

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Caller name: Noel Woodby

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This is another of the AMMYY scam calls. He had a very thick accent, perhaps middle-east or India. He said there were a thousand errors coming from my PC and that it was infected with many viruses. Suspecting a scam, He paused when I asked him the name of his company. Next, he Microsoft Certified Engineer. So I asked him again and he finally said the Association for Windows. When asked where the business was located he changed the subject. He wanted me to point my browser to AMMYY.com. I told him I couldn't now and had to fix dinner. When I asked, if I could call him back and what was his phone number he said: 646.367.9735.

Stay wary and stay safe.

- Ken Levine
Texas

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[Reply]   December 1, 2011

Caller name: Jack lee

Caller type: Telemarketer

my sister got a called from unknown number saying that our computer is sending error reports to main server and because of this server is getting hamper....his accent was very thick to understand but when he shown me the error and damages of my computer i was shocked to see that as my computer use to run slow from last month....but when he worked on my computer and fix the problem the computer start running abosuletly fine....it was like a miracle for me...he called me like a angel and save my computer...i am very very thankfull to JACK LEE....GOD BLESS HIM....

- Margaret Smith
India

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[Reply]   April 17, 2012
In response to: Anonymous

How do we block these calls? Phone companies and government like these calls. Because of the revenue and taxes they generate. I think we the people have just lost our phones. Along with our other rights. I.e. Prayer in schools, flag presentation, right to own guns, right to work, etc.

Caller name: kevin

Caller type: Unknown

he was very soothe to me and went on explaining about my computer.....that it had problems....he went through the computer and within an hour or so he made my computer absolutly fine. it works faster than before. i dont know about the rest but thanx to kevin for his work.

- Anonymous
India

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[Reply]   April 17, 2012

Caller name: Nathan Jones

Caller type: Unknown

I got a call from Nathan stating that my computer is working slow. and yes it was really working slow. I dont how did he came to know about it, but he was like angel calling me up he sort all the issues of my computer trust me now my computer is working fine. and i can visit any site as my computer is working very fast. i am actually seeing the difference. Nathan calls me every month and optimize my computer and fix it. His friendly nature turned me to listen him. he gave me this no 646-367-9735. i can call him and get him. Inspite of sending money outside to local technician i need to pay no money here. Thank you Nathan. God bless you

- Patricia King
India

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[Reply]   December 16, 2011
In response to:

Received a call from this number at my workplace; it was a guy (African American) who answered me by saying 'Hey Baby hows it going?' to which he asked if I could read him the number off the copier and when I told him I couldn't do it he started verbally and sexually assaulting me over the phone. Copier toner scammer who lives alone in his parents basement no doubt.

Caller type: Unknown

Very frustrating considering they are using MY company name. Virtual Global Solutions has nothing to do with these people. Please feel free to send me any information you can on this company. They need to stop using my company name.

- Anonymous
Arizona

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[Reply]   December 14, 2011

Caller name: Mack Ericson

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The caller said with a very,very heavy Indian accent his name was "Mack Ericson" with Virtaul Global Solutions and basicly give me the same spill as everyone else about my computer having issues and the he needed me to turn on my computer and go to his site so he could help me with fixing these "error messages"....which are non exsitant.....when I told him I was not interested and asked why his number came up as an unvalid number,...302-123-400...he told me it was a satelite phone and i could call this number back,...646-367-9735....and verify him and his firm/company,..sounds like B.S. to me as well!!

- Anonymous
Oklahoma

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[Reply]   April 9, 2013

Caller name: Stanely Fox and Sean(or Shaun)

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Received the call just an hour and a half ago. Never gave his name until I asked for it. He said it was Stanley Fox, that he was a Microsoft Certified Technician and that he worked for Vortex Global Solutions. He gave me the web site: vortexglobalsolutions.com I told him I was suspicious, that I wanted to check out the company. He said the same as with the other posts-"errors/malicious viruses/Trojans"and more in my computer, that Microsoft cannot fix it, but he could. I asked for a call back number; he gave 646-367-0661. I called my regular computer repairman and he said it was a "scam." I went to Microsoft.com Security and did chat and was told (and it is part of the policy) that "MICROSOFT WILL NOT MAKE UNSOLICATED PHONE CALLS TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR COMPUTER." I cannot even fathom what would have happened to my computer if I had fallen for this. First Stanley Fox called and then Shaun. Then after I said, "I do not believe you, I believe you are a scam artist, and I am going to hang up and do not call me back", they called my daughter's phone, but she knew not to answer. How can these people be stopped?

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   September 26, 2012

Caller name: spam tech company

Caller type: Unknown

its an indian company owned by ekta, gautam kayshyap and amit agarwal in india. basically its all scam they run in u.s.a and steal money from people. they just say they are from service centre of windows but they dont know an alphabet of window. they ar just a big mother f***r scammers.

- ron watson
India

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[Reply]   September 14, 2012

Caller name: Jonathan O'Donnell

Caller type: Unknown

It aint a SCAM guys.. you have to clean this stuff errors from your computer periodically so that your computer doesn't crash... Its true fact!!! Virtual Global Solution does give me periodic maintenance for my computer from past 5 months. i have brought the $299 plan for 2 years and on 1st of every month i get a call for diagnosing my PC. No one can hack in your bank accounts and your mails ok...
they clean the junk files unwanted c**p in your computer and tune up your performance boost up the browser speed optimization recovery and after the work done i can feel the difference.
So this is not SCAM yep i spoke to a thick accent guy named Jonathan O'Donnell that's what he told me his name was. i had almost like for 2 hrs of conversation on the phone and he explained me each and every problem in my computer gave me the reasons and resolved the problems. i know he may be indian or arab or whatever be he did help me and still does.. Today he will be calling me and working on my computer i just sit behind and watch how he works.

- David Blake
India

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[Reply]   August 2, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

My name is Sherry and I'm a Virtual Assistant. They are using my name fraudulently. Virtual Global Solutions www.virtualglobalsolutions.com is a legit company and unfortunately I'm a victim as well. I even put a warning on my website and voicemail regarding these scammers. I get calls daily from people that are being scammed by this company. The other number that they use is 646-367-9735. A guy by the name of JACK LEE just took someone's credit card this morning and scammed money and who knows what information from a couple. It's very important that you please call your LOCAL authorities with this information so we can try and stop them, it that's possible. Thanks for posting the info on this site but filing a complaint with the authorities will really help. By all means, DO NOT go to any link or website that they give you.

- Virtual Global Solutions
Arizona

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[Reply]   June 21, 2012

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same happened to me as above, caller with thick indian accent called saying he was from virtual global solution, I asked a lot of questions and finally he said so sorry to bother you and hung up.

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   June 13, 2012

Caller name: Jack

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same as all the above callers stating that I have so many error messages on my PC that if it's not fixed by them it will bre so corrupted it will die. I had been called by a 000-000-0000 number first same c**p told the guy they were a scammer that I would never give any info to a number like that so they called back on this number from the 646 area code, same c**p I gave the phone to my son who told the guy that I am reading all the reports about your co. as we speak and you are a scam artist there is no way you could know what is going on on the 2 PC's in my home do not call again. They called right back, they need to be stopped

- Anonymous
Georgia

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[Reply]   June 12, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

SAME complaint as above only this time he said he was Gary Christian from NYC [via Michigan] BUT totally sounded like a BANGALORE CALL CENTER ... 646-367-0661 was the callback num he gave me ... the orig # on my cell said 011-000-0000 I asked him how he got my number he said Int'l Routing Server ... he said i needed to purchase Register keys and Driver keys for $99 immediately or my comp would die soon ... i told him i have McAfee Protection he said : " its WORTHLESS " ... I ASKED HIM POINT BLACK IF HE WAS CALLING FROM INDIA and he said no ... NYC ... he kept me on the phone a long time , but i actually felt it was a scam and was having fun INTERVIEWING THE SCAM-ARTIST after awhile ... @ first though i must admit , i actually wasnt sure and we DID take a look inside my computor at the previous info/messages that he said were " damages , trojans , worms , etc " called his company VIRTUAL GLOBAL SOLUTION ... the guy DEF seemed like an IT TECH and was full of knowledge , gotta hand it to him ,... he's GOOD so BEWARE ! lol

- Nicholas
Florida

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[Reply]   May 30, 2012

Caller name: Harry, Virtual Global Solutions

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I received a call, as others have reported, saying that my computer is sending out thousands of error messages & will crash if I do not let Harry & company help me rid it of viruses. I asked: who ARE you, to whom is my computer sending error messages, how do you have access, etc. etc. Harry gave me two phone numbers, one of which is the one listed above. The 2nd: 646.367.0661. This MUST be a scam, as Harry & his assistant outrightly lied. My computer did not crash. I will report this outfit to someone, as soon as I figure out to whom to report it!

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   May 30, 2012

Caller name: John

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same as every one. The phone he gave is 646-367-9735. Company name Virtual Global solutions. Told me that he would infest my PC with worms and viruses that would ruin all my information. When I told that I was recording his treats and send a copy to the FCC he hung up.

- levy
Florida

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[Reply]   May 25, 2012

Caller name: Jack

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Ditto all of the above. I got quickly transferred to a senior person when I asked which browser they wanted me to use. He gave Virtual Global Solutions address as 15 Church, NY, and when asked a callback number 646 367 0661. Asked me to click on a button at www.teamviewer.com to run some software which gives away control of your computer to a remote user - I assume to him, but don't know because I wasn't idiotic enough to go through with it. Claimed there was a "main server" to which all Windows computers reported their errors, and mine was reporting errors. Would not give me his IP number, nor tell me my IP number or Windows licence number so I could confirm that he had actually identified my computer as the source of the messages. Told him I was running Linux. End of conversation.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   May 24, 2012

Caller name: Jack

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Ditto all of the above. I got quickly transferred to a senior person when I asked which browser they wanted me to use. He gave Virtual Global Solutions address as 15 Church, NY, and when asked a callback number 646 367 0661. Asked me to click on a button at www.teamviewer.com to run some software which gives away control of your computer to a remote user - I assume to him, but don't know because I wasn't idiotic enough to go through with it. Claimed there was a "main server" to which all Windows computers reported their errors, and mine was reporting errors. Would not give me his IP number, nor tell me my IP number or Windows licence number so I could confirm that he had actually identified my computer as the source of the messages. Told him I was running Linux. End of conversation.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   May 24, 2012
In response to: Elaine

Some idiot called me just now to say they had been informed there was a minor car accident reported at my address from two years ago!!!

Caller name: john

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The person called 646-367-0661 said his name is JOHN with a thick accent, sounds Middle-Eastern or possibly Indian Accent. He said that there are thousands of virus on my computer and that he works for MICROSOFT. I am in computers. The more questions I asked the more he hesitated. Then he hung up on me..

- Anonymous
North Dakota

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[Reply]   May 11, 2012

Caller name: Harry

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Please be careful of this guy name Harry who calls himself to be an American, he wanted the access to my computer and show me the errors which my computer generates. When I asked him about his company, he said that he's calling from Microsoft. I sure he is a thief. I gave him the access to my computer and he then asked me to pay for the service's that he provides. He was calling from Virtual Global Solution. He was asking me to type my card info on a notepad, and when I disagreed, he started using abusive language.

- Mr. Britton.
India

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[Reply]   April 17, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

This is identical to the other complaints I have read about. This individual has an Indian accent. He call me every night and mentions about my 1,000 computer virus' that don't exist. I am feeling harassed. He has even changed the phone number he calls on periodically.I was finally able to pin him down to the Virtual Global Solutions at the 645-367-9735 #. Many thanks for helping me figure this one out.

- Anonymous
Wisconsin

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[Reply]   February 17, 2012

Caller name: Ryan Jones

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

"Ryan Jones" of "Virtual Global Pollution" (Ha! no such company and I don't know any Indians with names like that) called as above saying that there were error messages coming from my computer.
I asked how he got my phone number and he tried to tell me that it was from my computer. We had a LONG "discussion" about his scam. He finally hung up. I threatened him with the police.
Perhaps I misheard the name of the company, as I see another person identified it as Virtual Global Solution. I thought Pollution was appropriate for them since that is what he was doing.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   February 16, 2012

Caller name: Garry Christian/John Barrett

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same method of operating as others have explained, stated his server was getting thousands of error messages and wanted my information in order to clean up my computer because it was about to crash. Heavy middle eastern accent. John Barrett stated his company was Virtual Global Solution (not Solutions) and he was the main server manager working in association with Microsoft.
Got their SCAM call on 1/10/2012.

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   January 24, 2012

Caller name: Ricky?

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Asking me for personal information and requested access to my computer.

- Holly
Georgia

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[Reply]   January 17, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

Got a call from Shawn Marcus w/International Routing systems 646-367-9735 stating there were thousands of errors on my computer & it was about to crash. He stated Microsoft authorized him to call. I asked why I was not contact by Microsoft & was told they are too big of a company to call everyone. I told him no one has every called me for info on my computer & I was too busy to turn my computer on. I got his number & advised I would call back. He will have a long wait. He had a very strong middle eastern accent. I than called Microsoft and was advised it was a scam. Microsoft does not call you unless prompted by you.

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   January 16, 2012

Caller name: John Xaiver

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I got a call shows Name Not Found telephone # 119-2159. He had a very thick accent, that I could not understand. He said there were a thousand errors coming from my PC and that it was infected with many viruses. He said he was with Microsoft and that my computer was bogging down Microsoft servers. He said go to www.ammyy.com and download the application then give him the IP number (which was not mine). He came into my pc then opened up http://www.systweak.com/aso. At this point I saw a cost then I said woah woah your NOT Microsoft. He said yes he was Microsoft and I could call him back at 647-367-9735 ask for John Xaiver Employee ID 1020. He then said he would call me back in 1 hour. Well needless to say I didn't call the number he gave me, but did call Microsoft and they said it was a scam that Microsoft would NEVER call a customer even if the customer was going to crash. Then I called Norton because the download said it was green to go and told them it was a scam and that they needed to change their information.

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   January 16, 2012

Caller name: Gary

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Just called and gave same as the above.

- Anonymous
Alabama

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[Reply]   January 6, 2012

Caller name: Tracy

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I got the same BS as those above. Total scam attempt, and sleazy too. A pox upon them, and may 100 flease attack them for the rest of their lives!

- jb
California

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[Reply]   December 14, 2011

Caller name: Jason Conner

Caller type: Unknown

The caller said he was with Virtual Associates… he said my computer was sending error messages to their servers and it was causing a lot of problems both in my computer and their servers. I told him nobody is getting into my computer until I know exactly who they are, he gave me this phone number to confirm his company 646-367-9735. He said they were Microsoft. His name is supposed to be, Jason Connor but Indian accent was so obvious it’s hard to believe he has an Irish father.

I’m working on a new computer with Windows 7 OS and have never had a dialog box indication an error was being sent to Microsoft. So I guess I’m supposed to believe Microsoft all of sudden has decided to pay attention to error messages, much less do something about them? Yeah, like that is going to happen.

- Anonymous
California

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[Reply]   December 8, 2011

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

AMMYY scam call.

- Anonymous
United States

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Caller type: Unknown

I work for Vertex Global Solution. First of all i would like to tell you all that we don't scam. we are legit company providing services regarding technical issues of your computer. we are registered company located in NEW YORK. and yes we are MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SYSTEM ENGINEERS. all the people who work are Professionals and Technically sound and can provide any sort of help with your computer. Physical support is not possible that is why we provide you Support for your issues of computer remotely. Troubleshooting of your computer.
AND LASTLY WE DON'T ASK FOR ANY KIND OF PERSONAL INFORMATION ABOUT USERS

- Jonathan O'Donnell
India

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[Reply]   October 30, 2012

Caller name: John

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I just had a call on my caller ID that said International with all 0's as the phone number. The guy insisted that he was from Microsoft International and that he was getting error codes from my computer and he needed to walk me through fixing them. I got extremely rude with him and told him I wasn't doing what he asked me to do and that I would call my internet provider and let them fix my computer. He said "they can't fix it Ma'am, I have to fix it." I said "This has scam written all over it and there's no way you are getting any information from me" I made him give me the name of his company and a call back number and then hung up on him. He then said the name of the Company was Matrix Global and the call back number was 646-367-9735. I called my internet provider and they said that I was correct in thinking it was a scam and that hanging up on him was the right thing to do. She then told me how to check the computers myself and said to just avoid the guys calls. Then I googled the phone number and found a website where he has scammed hundreds and hundreds of dollars from people doing this but uses a different company name every time. I don't know how far he was wanting me to go with this but he called the wrong house. BEWARE! BEWARE! BEWARE! These people are not legit.

- DeeDee
Ohio

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[Reply]   July 27, 2012

Caller type: Unknown

Just got this call. Someone from "Virtual Global Solutions" called and asked me to download Teamviewer so they can "get rid of the viruses" on my computer. Total scam. I called Teamviewer (which is actually a legit company) and reported them. Not sure what else I can do?

- Keith
Michigan

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[Reply]   April 12, 2012

Caller name: Ryan Jones

Caller type: Unknown

Calling from Microsoft--Bill Gates company from telephone number
646-367-0661. He had a strong Indian? accent--said I should know the name "Bill Gates" I asked him to spell "gates" because it was so hard to understand what he was saying. He wanted to know when I would call him back--said my computer was sending 500 error reports/a day...he wanted me to sit down at my computer right now and try to fix them He said the service was free.
I told him I couldn't call back until late today or late tomorrow.

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   April 12, 2012

Caller name: Jason

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same as everyone else. Same story. Gave me this number 646-367-0661. Called back twice.

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   April 4, 2012

Caller name: jeff jonson

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This time the same story of company "virtual Global Solutions" will fix your computer which have many viruses and it will fail soon.

But the number is different: 646 367 0661.
For sure the same. Indian accent. Weird story.
How do they know my home phone number?
They said that they know everything about me since they have access to all the internet connections that I make.
I know of such software but it doesn't give the phone number.

Is there a way to stop them? They might be overseas.

- Anonymous
Michigan

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[Reply]   April 3, 2012

Caller name: Steve Johnson

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Total Scam. First of all, I just got a phone call from a BLOCKED number. The person called said his name is STEVE JOHNSON with a thick accent, sounds Middle-Eastern or possibly Indian Accent. He said that there are thousands of virus on my computer and that he works for MICROSOFT. I knew this must be some sort of a scam because monitoring of this sort is illegal. Besides, my phone number is not linked to any IP address. So I told him I need to go, but this dude tried to keep me on the phone by being repetitive and talking very slow. He gave me the number 646-367-9735, and I hung up on him.
Now it's obvious that it's the same guy using different names. I seriously doubt any company would have ONLY MALE with the same MIDDLE-EASTERN OR INDIAN ACCENT, but some how with ONLY WHITE AMERICAN NAMES. What are the f*cking chance of that?!??!

- Jazzy
California

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[Reply]   March 14, 2012

Caller name: Kevin, Virtual Global Solutions

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Same complaint as above but from Kevin, caller ID has: 866-686-8080 the call back number he left me 646-367-0661

- Shaw, as if
Idaho

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[Reply]   March 12, 2012

Caller name: sam gibson

Caller type: Unknown

Mr. Sam Gibson said he was from Virtual Global Solutions and that he was a certified Microsoft technician. He had a thick indian accent and he told me that my computer had over 1000 error messages and that in one day the screen would go black and that he needed to get on my computer to fix it. he said that if I did not let him get on my computer today and that if I waited until my screen went black that he would not be able to fix my computer at that point. He asked me if I had sent an error message recently and of course, I had. He said that my computer was interfering with the international routing system. I did not let him on my computer and I called a friend who informed me it was a scam.

- marie
Indiana

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[Reply]   March 1, 2012

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

SCAM!!!! Got the same exact call that others above had. This is a scam people, just hang up on him.

- Anonymous
Oklahoma

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[Reply]   January 5, 2012

Caller name: Kevin Richards

Caller type: Unknown

SCAM!!!!! Just got a phone call from Virtual Gloabal Solutions. They gave me this number as a call back but when dialed, it says "no balance left" in an automated message. The International Routing System does not exist and therefore neither does their BS company. STAY CLEAR OF THEM!!

- Anonymous
Washington

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[Reply]   January 3, 2012
In response to:

This number has called my phone at least 10 times in the last 2 weeks. I have never answered because the number is so strange and I was concerned about reversed charges, etc . . . I like the idea of a particular ring-tone so I can ignore the call!

Caller name: Noel

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I'm sorry but you've become another sorry victim of this scammers. They implant a virus on your computer when you visit their website and then they fix it for you for a charge. Be wary of entering any prudent private information on your computer ever again (online banking, credit card numbers, social security, etc.) Your computer has been hacked. They know all of your passwords and private information stored on your computer. Be careful!

- Anonymous
United States

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[Reply]   December 7, 2011
In response to:

Caller name: Noel

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I feel so very sorry for you. Did you end up paying somewhere between $80 and $150 for him to fix it? This is an AMMYY scam and they imitate Microsoft Tech and have you go to their website, download their virus, and they clean it up for a charge. You've been scammed. Please be very careful and realize that Microsoft (and Apple for that matter) will NEVER call you about viruses, error messages, or anything of the such and they will certainly not hide behind UNAVAILABLE caller logs and shady company names. Be very careful next time! I would also suggest you never use that same computer for online banking, ordering online using credit card information, or anything of the like. They will be watching you.

- ry
United States

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[Reply]   December 7, 2011

Caller name: Virtual Global Solutions

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

CAUTION - VULGAR LANGUAGE BELOW!

Called numerous times at my home while I was away and told my grandmother that our computer was about to crash. When she asked who he was he hung up only to call back again moments later after she called and told me about it and asked her to turn our computer on (it was off) and she suggested to him that I would called and when asked for his number (showed up as UNAVAILABLE) he gave 6463679735. I called and communicated with an individual of some Asian descent (middle eastern, Indian, etc.) and he began telling me that my computer was sending error messages to their server. I asked why is my computer connected to your server? He said he wasn't with my internet provider but that they were "associates of computer operating system" - not even giving me Microsoft or Apple as a provider.

He then asked me if I had noticed that my computer was running slowly or poorly and I told him no that it performs perfectly, I never receive or send any error messages and then he asked how old my computer was and whether or not I had had it optimized. I told him no it has not required such and he suggested that was the problem.

The entire call was enormously suspicious and I think he realized he was talking to someone who knew what the f**k they were talking about and so he proceeded to tell me that I could take my computer to a technician and have it repaired. I told him to remove my number from his call list and he told me I could call anytime if I needed their assistance.

He had told me his organization was called VIRTUAL GLOBAL SOLUTIONS but virtualglobalsolutions.com is a virtual assistant to businesses, I was however able to find this website with the number listed as a contact. http://sgglobal-support.com/contact.html

I personally feel the sketchiness of this whole conversation to be that of a scam and I won't be using their shady "services."

- ry
United States

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[Reply]   December 7, 2011

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

I asked him how he got my contact info, and he said thru my IP address. In the the first place the service is not even in my name, and when I asked him to tell me who my service provider was if he got the info thru my IP address he couldn't tell me. If he got any info about me from an IP address other than the name of the computer he should know who my service is with. at that point I hung up on him. I knew this was a scam the minute I answered the phone and he said my computer was generating thousands of error msgs on the server, my computer has no problems and the internet security I am running is up to date and running properly. don't be fooled by these people.

- andy
Texas

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[Reply]   December 7, 2011
In response to: Anonymous

How do we block these calls? Phone companies and government like these calls. Because of the revenue and taxes they generate. I think we the people have just lost our phones. Along with our other rights. I.e. Prayer in schools, flag presentation, right to own guns, right to work, etc.

Caller type: Unknown

this is the true microsoft peoples and he made my computer a new one they are not scam

- Anonymous
India

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[Reply]   December 6, 2011

Caller name: Tracy

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This person or persons called trying to get my mother to open her computer up to them to fix all these "error messages" "she" was receiving from it please someone stop these pathetic criminals from trying such cheap scams again.

- Anonymous
Texas

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[Reply]   December 2, 2011

Caller type: Unknown

he came like god and saved my computer noel is very good god bless him

- tory king
India

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[Reply]   December 6, 2011

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