I asked that phone number to make sure if it is fraud. The caller hanged up.
My caller with what I thought was an Asian accent identified himself as Ted, calling from Windows. He said my computer had been sending them signals that there was a problem.
I enjoyed that.
He seemed stunned to learn that there was no product using WIndows at this number.
I'm on the Do Not Call list. That doesn't seem to deter any of these marketers/scammers.
Same thing is happening to me - Claim to be PC Solutions. They know the make and model of my computer and want to have access to my computer to fix bugs. I accused them of being a Scam - the caller with an Indian accent got indignant. When I asked for their business license number and to speak to a supervisor, they hung up. They have called 4 times. 3 times on the office landline and once on my cell. What is concerning is last year I did have several (8x) issues with my touch screen laptop and had Dell Engineers troubleshoot problems to resolve them - and they used a software program to "take over" my computer to resolve. One time the Engineer clearly had no idea what he was doing and blacked the screen to keep me from watching his keystrokes - I questioned him and he quickly terminated the session. Now I am very wary of ever allowing anyone access or "takeover" capability.
Ignored the phone call from this number. Received a few similar scam calls. However, the common point of this fraud includes area foreign accent, scare tactics of saying that your PC has a virus, and a total lack of competency when asked relevant questions such as IP address, virus name, caller's company name, phone and URL.
This scam is reminiscent of that in early 1990-s about the stolen calling card. To save my time, I ignore these calls and put on reject list.
This seems to be a phone scam. The caller with an Indian accent claims to be associated with Microsoft, and says he will fix errors on your computer that have been reported to Microsoft. Somehow he knew the make of my computer, which was disturbing. He asked if I was near my computer, and when I wasn't, he asked to speak to my husband about his computer! I said goodbye. He called a few days later using the number 404-444-7233. I hung up immediately.
My friend texted it, what happens if you text that number?
Thanks guys. Highly suspicious tinder match.
dont text that hoe, main. She a camera freak trying to take all yo money on the web cam. That's that [***] boy [***].
Porn scam just got nailed tinder
Yes its from tinder. Just another cam girl scam.
It's a porn scam...got it from a Tinder match
Veldos LLC. Debt collectors
Carmen on tinder
And by Olga
She goes by Katheryn on Tinder also.
Damn. She also goes by Alecia on tinder.
Damn she was so hot too...
I have the same message from renna on tinder. I knew it! The pics Don't look like the same person.