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About (707) 681-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2009.While 7076815111 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (707) 681-5111 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for (707) 681-5111
Caller name: Michael Nash
This is a computer scam number with two others attached to it, the head is Techhart Solutions in Indiana and is 219-884-7840 with the head scammers name Robert Miller, second number is a call center in India with a manager named Sonny at 866-529-9245 (this guy has never told the truth in his whole life and seems to be the partner to Robert Miller) and this 707-681-5111 is the third part of the three headed snake, may be more numbers but I only know these three. If you get a call from any of these numbers, I would contact the Attorney General in Indiana---whatever you do, do not send money.
If you have been ripped off by this company, then contact Tone Fosso at the Indiana Attorney General:s office by email---her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. She can get you set up with the correct forms to start the process. This whole mess is run by Robert Miller in Gary Indiana at 219-884-7840. 707-681-5111 is also connected to this scam operation. This number 866-529-9245 is the India part of this operation run by Sonny.
Scam. Dont know where they got my phone number from
Caller name: Not sure
Same happened to me . Said He was from Windows and my computer was sending out virus signals. I spoke to two different people.
Caller name: Angela
Tried to get me to enter a remote control session so she could show the "errors being sent to their server by a virus on my computer.
Scammer for sure! I strung her along for awhile and then told he she should be ashamed of herself.
Caller name: could not understand
Sounds like a scam. Indicated that my computer was infected with multiple viruses and the could help remove them. They said that they were not associated with Microsoft. I asked them to call later today and am attempting to see what actions I can take to shut them down.
Caller name: Ray
I've gotten 2 calls from this # today. The middle eastern man (who said his name was Ray) said he was from Windows 7. (Not Microsoft!) He said my computer is sending virus signals to their server and he needed to access it. Huh! The number didn't show on caller ID and this is the number he gave me when I asked for it. Definitely pfishing for something!
Caller name: Christie
Caller said I had viruses on my computer that sent signals to the microsoft servers. She walked me through a couple of applications on the computer to show me that I had error messages. She then asked if I would go to my run dialoge box and type www.teamviewer.com. She stated that she needed remote access to my computer to get rid of the error messages that were being sent to the microsoft servers. I asked for her telephone number and the name of her company and decided to call her back and research the validity of the company. The telemarketers sound like they are from India. I asked them what City in California they were calling from and they put me on hold. This is a scam. Do not give them access to your computer and do not give them your credit card number. Call the attorney general in your state to attempt to stop this type of illegal cyber crime.
Caller name: Michael
Caller Michael said he was from Microsoft Server Security and wanted to take control of the PC because it was sending out distorted signals. He then said the PC software was expired and said he could renew it if we gave him our credit card.
Caller name: Jack Smith
This man said he was from a company called Mr. Tech, and his name was Jack Smith. REALLY??? How stupid do you think we are??? These people were from a call center in India, even though they gave the California number of 707-681-5111. They actually called my parents, who are Senior Citizens in their 80's, and I happened to be at their home when the call came in. I asked my Mom to hand me the phone. I happen to have over 30 years IT experience, which I told them, and I knew it was a scam right away. Originally a I spoke with a woman, who handed me over to her supervisor... Once I asked for their name and phone number, they hung up. 5 minutes later, another person called and said he was the manager, his name was Jack Smith. I asked for the information, told him I have a service contract, and I would call them to check it out. He insisted my service contract for hardware and not software and that my computer was sending signals and a virus to their server and tried to get me to log on. I told them I would call them back after I checked with my service company and checked the computer out myself. They are expecting me to call back on Monday.... which is a holiday in the USA. This is totally a scam. Please warn your elderly parents, because they could be targeting them!! I plan on following up with the Attorney General in both New Jersey and Indiana...
Caller name: Nick Johnson
Caller with heavy Indian accent id'd himself as Nick Johnson and informed me that my computer was sending errors and warnings to his servers. He said he was from the Windows Server Department. When I asked for the IP address of my computer he gave me 192.683.98 and didn't seem to understand that it was incomplete (and not even close to my IP). He then asked that I browse to WWW.TeamViewer.com but I chose not to. I then asked what company he worked for and he replied Tech Salvation. I asked for an address but all he could tell me was Napa, California. He made some comment about "Queens Gardens" then broke into laughter. I said goodbye.
Caller name: Stephen
I've been getting calls from this number for over a week. When I ignore them and let it go to answering machine you can hear the phone ring, then they pick up and keep saying hello. Today my son thought it was an important call, when he picked up they kept trying to tell him to turn on the computer that there was a virus. He was smart enough to refuse and tell them to call back when I was available.