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ATTENTION: Consumers who have been contacted by tech support scammers could have had their personal information breached. Angry Citizen highly recommends that consumers whose information has been breached obtain identity theft protection service immediately. There are several companies that offer identity theft protection in the US. One of the most inexpensive options we were able to find is the protection offered by LifeLock. You can start your protection here.
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  • Misleading ad - looked like Google and Gmail. Rude and pushy.


    I called thinking they they were Google and they led me to believe they were. I needed help finding the identity of a person emailing me from a dating site, trying also to scam me and wanted to report that person. They frightened me into putting a 6 digit code into their downloaded thing, took control of my computer and showed me that I had koobface (I didn't). Then they tried to sell me a virus protection plan and were rude when I told them I'd need to get advice from my personal Mac technician before buying anything... I put the guy on hold and called my man who told me to hang up immediately, which I did after a little trackpad battle for my mouse to end the session sharing my computer with them. Was afraid they'd somehow hacked into my personal info so I've paid my tech for 3 hours today to clean everything up and make me safe.

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    • My demands: Just to make others aware that they're scamming people into buying their anti-virus protection when they don't need it.
    • User Recommendation: Stay away
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Monetary damages: $0.00
    Jul 02, 2015
    Complaint #: 80
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