Not Stupid said: Just received a call from this number and stated they were from tech help and needed to remote in to my pc. I asked for a name and looked it up and told them we didn't have anyone in the database by that name. HUGE SCAM!!!!!!!
Mike said: A#$hole calling about my computer,OBVIOUS SCAM,,one of these guys wanting to get you to go to a website then take over your
pc and ransom you for money or con you out of credit card info and large fee to fix your computer,lowlife scumbags a#$wipes worthless POS that preys on the gullible and non-technical people out there.Most likely in india,and dummying up caller id.
Hillsboroid said: This is the fifth unsolicited call today to my mobile number, which I don't share with many people. I suspect the "educational service" people who called earlier are cycling through multiple numbers. Every call I've answered is clearly from a call center, with lots of chatter in the background.
Hillsboroid said: This is one of a series of calls from an "unavailable" source trying to engage me in various educational programs. They started when I opened a job search site about a week ago. Today, the first call came in before my alarm went off. I received 3 more calls (from 235-374-6541, 796-374-6541, and 971- 264-3753) within the next 3 hours. When I asked to be put on a no-call list, the callers hung up on me.
Joan said: i played along with this guy with an indian accent who called me just now, says he was in pakistan when making threats and then says he's in san diego. and, though he speaks perfect english, kept lapsing into urdu (i think) sounding like threats. he mentioned sending a bomb and "i will kill the fbi" after i got tired of playing along with him (trying to find out exactly what he would try to have me do). he kept insisting i have to go into "teamviewer.com" so he can "fix" my computer remotely. tried first to say he was from microsoft, then when i told him microsoft doesn't call, he stated he was from an adjunct company that works with microsoft.. i looked up teamviewer on wiki and it says it's for connecting computers; this criminal who called me would then have complete access to everything in my computer, and that was his goal. he somehow got the erroneous info that i was 79, he says, so it's obvious he has a list of what are supposed to be old people, so that he can get them to connect their computer with his. not sure how these people make money from hacking the computers. when he first called, he said i had been hacked and he would help me clear things up by having me go to teamviewer, etc. well, i guess i'll call the fbi now, unless anybody who sees this can direct me to another agency to report this to. (today is july 3, 2014.) not that the fbi can do anything about this.
Gribbly said: These a**holes are trying some kind of scam about your computer having a virus. Its a fake number, fake caller ID, they didn't introduce what company they work for, or how they could associate your computer with your phone number. I yelled at them and hung they called me back repeatedly. I put them on call blocking and they continued to speed dial my number multiple times. So I decided to mow the lawn for an hour. The ringing finally stopped. I wish I could hunt these guys down the next time I go to Mumbai.
Rick said: They claim to be some sort of Windows Company that is receiving error messages from my computer. I ahve received same call from different phone numbers. Usually with some Indian or Pakastani sounding fellow on the other end.
Spoofs Keep Calling Me said: So the person who called me from this # asked me about furthering my education in broken English (obviously from another country spoofing this # as an American #) and I responded by asking if what company he was calling from. He then proceeded to re-ask the question, so I asked my question again. THEN he said, "Answer the Yes or No Question" and repeated the question. LOL! I then asked him from which company did he receive my number and he hung up on me. I also reported it to the FCC. In the last 3 days I received 13 phone calls from spoofs, all because my partner has been applying to a job website. Be careful with Careerbuilder.com and Itsmy career.com. They give your phone number and "inform" you with tricky terminology. If the website says that they forwarded your information to possible employers, that's their way of fooling you into agreeing to have your number sent to scammers.
Hate spam telemarketing said: Like previous post above. I got the same call. Pre recorded message - wanted to lower my credit card interest rate. Offer expiring soon. Press 1 to get more info or 2 to not be called with this offer again. Pure spam. I hit 2 and then regretted it - (I identified to them a valid phone number - hope I don't get on any more junk caller lists.)