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They said no, no-one would call from there if they weren't from the company. Oh and he had an Indian accent, not that it really matters. Tells me some baloney story about how my router is sending them errors and warnings, and that it's because my PC has a Trojan/virus. Basically gets me to look at a list of errors and warnings claiming these are all from the Trojan/virus.They mentioned something about our ISP which is actually in my Name (out phone is in her name).She said sorry you'll have to call back at talk to my husband. I get the whole "Hi my name is xxxx, from Microsoft PC Support" (or something similar).the people im referring to let them log in but because of their inexperience could not tell me exactly what they did, who knows what they were searching for...anyway its outrageous..
I got a phone call today from a group trying to tell me I had malicious files on my computer and that my computer was running slow – they said they were from Windows Service Centre – Itec Help and that my windows computer was crook.
Like fish out of water they are only to happy to be scammed by some scammer – usually parting with credit card details along the way :( I had basically the same call today the line was poor and there was a echo so kinda hard to hear the caller said he was from a company called windows help and they have monitored my PC and I have been downloading viruses (OK I'M SUS NOW) I said who are you and from where and wrote it down then continued to ask if i can have a contact number and call them back he told me they had a policy to not give out there numbers for security reasons I said eeerrrrmmmm OK what can i do for you he said please go to you computer and switch it on (IT WAS ALL READY ON) I said OK but 1st i will need to call you back as i have no way to know who you are where you are from and what you want to do again he told me they had a policy to not give out there numbers for security reasons I said let me get this strait you work for a company no one can call back that is rather odd AND HE HUNG UP the call was about 5PM sydney AEST My wife just rang me telling me that someone rang saying that they were from "Microsoft Technical Support" and claimed that her PC had been downloading viruses etc...