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User Complaints for 87456226534
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They called 3 times prior to me answering, starting at 6:57pm. Lady called about my home computer, asked to speak to the main user. Told her We don't have a computer. She said "ohh..." I hung up. Same number called 5 times after that in a 2 hour span! Answered twice, to tell them stop calling, they wouldn't say anything and just hung up. Last call was 9:00pm, jerks!
She had heavy accent telling me my computer had issue and needed to remove it. Asked if I was the user. I just stopped answering /talking and she kept on and then with no response from me she said 'hello?' I hung up. It scam caller.
This number calls at least once a day, sometimes even at night while I am sleeping. I do not answer it anymore. It is something about computers.... scam. Not sure what there alternative motive is. But I read all of the texts being posted already and mine falls right in it.
SCAM, SCAM,..... don't answer.
They called, I answered, they hung up without speaking. I have blocked the number. Sharing the experience of my dad in case it helps someone else. He fell for it, and allowed them to remote in. Once they do, they create numerous problems, then offer to fix them for a quite high fee. Fortunately, he realized before paying them anything that he had been scammed, hung up, and called me. Unfortunately, they had already remoted in and created problems. He had the problems fixed where he bought the computer, and I changed the password, then deleted the software allowing them to remote in. The people fixing the computer missed that because it is commonly used for legitimate purposes.
Called saying his name was Casey and that my computer was having problems because it had viruses. When I asked how he knew he said when I open my internet it sends him a message. I told him that isn't possible because I would have to approve of anything that gets sent to a tech support. He then YELLED at me saying I was ignorant and I don't know anything because I'm not a computer scientist.. For sure a scam.
This caller has been persistent. I've hung up, told them I'm not interested and now I blocked the number. It is annoying as they still call back. I hope that after the number is blocked the calls stop. These scams are horrible. Please do something.
Caller name: Log Name: System Source: Microsoft-Windows-TaskScheduler Date: 6/7/2016 10:02:32 AM Event ID: 414 Task Category: Task Misconfiguration Level: Warning Keywords: User: SYSTEM Computer: NiuNuiV Descriptio
Thick Indian accent calling from Microsoft Tech Support to give me some viruses.
This number called me 6 times in 30 mins this morning. I answered and told them I was contacting police and to stop f-ing calling me. He cursed at me and hung up. They called back 3 more times. And they called me a few times last night. Heavy Indian accent. Said something about security on my computer. I told him I don't have one.
Called me this morning at 9:00 AM. This same number 87456226534. Said that my "windows computer" was being downloaded. I asked what computer, since I have 5 of them all running Windows. He did not specify any computer which computer, just kept saying your "windows computer". He had a very thick Indian accent that made very difficult to understand what he was saying. I told him I was not OK with this call and hung up. Clearly a scam. Normally to have support from Microsoft, you put a request on-line and your number and they will call you, but not without your request first.
Received three calls from this number in one afternoon - did not leave a message, did not respond when phone was answered live. A legitimate caller or company would have the courtesy to leave a message so this clearly is some kind of scam. I am on the Do Not Call Registry - but the calls keep coming.
The &*#&*! initially pawned themselves off as "Windows", thinking most people would mistake them from Microsoft. Microsoft would NEVER call their customers. After making this point, the moron on the other end finally admitted that he was calling from a company called Windows Service Angels. He claimed that my PC had been sending spam and viruses out to the internet for several days now and he wanted to correct the issue. Of course, knowing he was full of %^@!, I pushed further, just to have him squirm asking, "Can you give me the serial number for the copy of Windows I'm running?" He rattled off a series of random numbers, which wouldn't come close to a serial number for a copy of any Microsoft product. I then asked him, "Well...ok...what version of Windows do you show I'm running???". He quickly replied, "You're running a copy of Windows 7!". I fired back, "Nice try and terrible guess! I'm running Windows 10 and that machine hasn't been on or connected to the web in a week!!!". DO NOT FALL for this garbage. These people are complete scammers and need to be stopped