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Microsoft Windows Support Call Scams: 7 Facts
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8/8/2012 | 5:36:32 AM
re: Microsoft Windows Support Call Scams: 7 Facts
Has there been any progress made on catching the scumbags?
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8/6/2012 | 5:14:54 PM
re: Microsoft Windows Support Call Scams: 7 Facts
This particular company in India from all indicaitons has added a new twist to their SCAM. If you challenge them get ready for the threats including to distruction of your system to one that advised me they knew where I lived and I should be very careful and I could have an accident or be hurt.

Now I stop ignoring these folks when you threaten my safety or that of my family. The Indial agent who called me was not just rude, he was hostile the mintue I advised him I knew it was a scam. So I think it is time for the government to step in here is they can. For me I will simply have all calls that are private or unknow user blocked.

However it is a very sorry state of events when you don't have the right to your own phone, or safety in your home, and yet these just continue. One day let's hope these callers don't actually do more then threaten.
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