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How to Avoid Tech Support Scam

HOW TO AVOID A TECH SUPPORT SCAM WHO IS TARGETED 00 BABY BOOMER ALL ENGLISH SPEAKING GENERATION DEVELOPED NATIONS People above 45 years of Age U.K, U.S, Australia, Canada, Ireland FACT and An Average cost to each person is $875 due to fraud $1730 repair damage to their Computer Source - Study by Dynamic Markets for Microsoft DO'S DON'TS Always ask questions to establish legitimacy. Never give anyone permission to remotely access your computer. To look for Tech Support Service, try your local search on Yelp or Angies List & Read Reviews. Never disclose sensitive personal info over the phone such as passwords or bank account details. Before approaching any Website, check their Domain Name. Fraudulent Never become greedy to free computer service phone call. If it's too good to be true, it probably is. websites add brand names to resemble an official website. Never purchase“Tech Support Service" without verifying credentials. Download Authentic Security Software & delete anything which looks suspicious Never click on links in an email without verifying the source. Always check sender's email address & not only the name. IF YOU THINK YOU ARE A VICTIM If you paid by C, then call the CC Contact your Bank Report to FTC @ Change all your Banking Credentials and ask them Company & Dispute all Suspicious Charges to Freeze All Outgoing Transfers THINGS TO REMEMBER A legitimate Company A legitimate Company will never ask you Always pay via a Credit Card as they are insured will never make for passwords or any other personal details over the phone. an Un-Solicited Call. and transactions can be disputed. f @FixPCerrorUS %24 %24 81

How to Avoid Tech Support Scam

shared by FixPCerror on Jun 13
Do's and Don'ts to Avoid Tech Support Scam. Tips & Things to remember on to be aware of Tech Support Scams.


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