212999365 The United States of America or Canada

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  • 8/19/2014 Last comment:

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8/19/2014
This number did not leave a message yesterday. Today I picked up and requested that the calls stop. The calls will cease for a short while and will begin again. This is a form of harassment from someone outside the USA.
Unknown Neutral
7/4/2014
Call came at 9:24 PM on July 3, 2014. It woke me. I expected it to be a family member with an emergency or important call. It was a man who said he as Jared from Microsoft. Jared had an accent from India. I told him the call was a scam. He asked me why. I told him Microsoft would never call me and that he called after nine. I told him to never call again. This is about the third time I have received a call from this number
Unknown Nuisance
6/6/2014
Out of the blue, I get a mid-morning call from "Microsoft Technical Support" with a hyper sounding India guy. I knew it was a scammer so I told him that he was a scammer, and not to call me again. He went silent and then the phone clicked. That afternoon, he called back. He said, "This is Jack, your computer guy". I said, "You mean Jack the Scammer". At this point he started spouting out obscenities at me, throwing the F bomb all over. After about 30 seconds, he stopped fuming at the mouth, and went silent. They have called me numerous times (maybe a dozen). Sometimes, I play along with them and try to waste their time. I once went through three technicians before they hung up on me. I have not found a way to get off their phone list. If anyone knows how to get rid of these parasites, let me know.
Unknown Negative
2/19/2014
We have received many calls from this number claiming to be from windows. It is a scam. Do not do any business with this person!
Unknown Nuisance
2/10/2014
BEWARE OF HACKER/SCAM: Got the same phoney "Microsoft Windows Technical support" saying computer was being hacked this very second. He said to go to "Event reviewer" and count the numbers of errors, creating a sense of urgency claiming that we have to act quickly! Go to AMMYY.com and I'll show you. When we did he took over our computer remotely and told us his technician would fix the problem and otherwise the hacker would have our info, crash our computer and never be able to log in to Windws again. We asked for another callback number(877-677-5556), but we instead made a call to real Microsoft who determined our passwords had been changed and we'd lose evrything if we shut down before backing up computer. While backing up, the hacker called back and we said we'd have to pay $180 charge but we tricked him by saying our credit info was in the computer. after much arguing he finally gave us the password which unlocked the computer and we immediately hung up with out giving him credit info. he called back 10 times...
Unknown Neutral
2/5/2014
just got a call from this number. Told me he was from Microsoft. Told me people were trying to hack my computer. Asked me to type "eventvwr" in the Run Window. While on the phone with him, I researched it, and this is what I found:
"The Windows Event Viewer shows a log of application and system messages – errors, information messages, and warnings. Scammers have used the Event Viewer to deceive people – event a properly functioning system will have error messages here.

In one infamous scam, a person claiming to be from Microsoft phones someone up and instructs them to open the Event Viewer. The person is sure to see error messages here, and the scammer will ask for the person’s credit card number to fix them.

As a rule of thumb, you can generally ignore all of the errors and warnings that appear in the Event Viewer – assuming your computer is working properly.
Unknown Neutral
2/4/2014
I have a lot of missed calls from this number over the last week. They let it ring until it goes to voice mail, but no message. What's with the 9 digits instead of 10?
Unknown Neutral
1/30/2014
The caller had a thick accent said he was calling from the Windows Security department. When I questioned his authenticity he told me that I should give him oral sex (in less kind words).
Unknown Nuisance