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Review by Ugdw434 years ago
My husband was having some troubles with his computer and he decided to call one of this number that pop on his screen. He was told there were professional people that will fixed his computer and they got his IP address. Then they ask him For Five Hundred Dollars then went to Two Thousand, then to Four Thousand and then $6000. They told him that if he did not give him the money that they will send emails to all his friends with some sex movies for them to see. This people speak with a very poor indian accents .SOME ONE NEED TO HELP!! this scammers are criminals some one needs to know something about them!! To put a stop to this people!!
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Review by BrenB5 years ago
March 7, 2016, I received a phone text from 1(410)100-004. I had received three others, all ending in 001, 002, 003, which I blocked 1 & 3. I decided to follow up and find out who kept texting. When I did a search on Safari on my iPhone to find out where/who/what, I got hit with a message pop-up on my phone, freezing my phone. I tried powering down 3 times, resetting the network, and it was still popping up the second I tried to open Safari. The pop-up really does look legit. I finally gave in and reluctantly called, suspecting a scam, and It turned out to be quicksolsupport.com, who were VERY persuasive in convincing me they are legit. I grilled them with questions, including about the Quick Solutions company in Ohio (a legitimate company). They had all the right answers, saying they were the home division of the company. They had quick, comprehensive answers for every question I asked, and their website really does look legitimate.
I reluctantly hooked my iPhone to my laptop to remove the "virus" they were claiming, but I was still treating it all as if it was a scam. They claimed "RUSSIA" had invaded my wi-fi system, corrupting all computers and devices using the wi-fi, even showing a computer screen of "supposed activity." I still wasn't buying into it, because I've been in video production many years and know how to stream live. They could show me ANYthing...I couldn't prove it one way or the other.
Determined to take them down, if they were a scam, I still proceeded. I needed operation of my system to start researching them. Mac is expensive, so $339 didn't really hit me all that hard, hearing it; however, I was still going to pursue.
I alerted my CC company in the security department, and I flagged my own SS #, as well as another individual's number that was present at the time, tax season in prep.
I began investigating and found several phone numbers on them, an F rating with BBB, a clump of trees and foliage where they claim their location to be in FL, and references to where the number was forwarded to in India.
I proceeded to load new software on my computer to detect the very thing they claim they rid you of, and VOILA. I had spyware and malware on my computer. Being on a Mac, I don't have to deal with this stuff. I have to deliberately load it, because the Apple firewalls are very strong. (Think the latest about the iPhone 5c that the FBI was trying to force Apple into building blanket software to invade any iPhone, anywhere, anytime.)
When QuickSolSupport called for their 48 hour "wellness" follow-up...oh, yes, they do make it all look legit...I informed them they are a scam, I know they are, and proceeded to let them know how I know, as well as tell them about the screen shots I have that can prove it. I informed them they would IMMEDIATELY reverse that $339, or I was going to the FEDs and their @$$ would be mine. (I was going to do it, anyway.) She got very nervous, and told me to TRUST HER, the pending charges would be reversed. I said, "TRUST YOU?? You DARE use those words with me?!?" I let her know I had researched enough, gave her the info to let her know I knew who and what they are.
Bottom line: They did reverse the charges.
HINT: When you can't catch them from the front end, go in the back door! There is ALWAYS a back door. Just proving they did the opposite of what they promised in writing, not only on their website but also in a follow-up e-mail, was all the proof I needed for the CC company to reverse the charges and go after them, whether or not they did it voluntarily or not. Which, they did it voluntarily.
AND>..you bet...I reported it! FTC, FCC, AND FBI! And I have screen shots, emails, documents, including an answering machine message on my land line they left open 3+ minutes when they called for the "wellness" check-up, didn't leave a message, but FORGOT to disconnect the phone line. YEP! I'm turning it over to authorities. BTW, this is a HUGE reason I have a land line still and maintain an answering machine to monitor (and pick up if I care to) and save messages I need to save.
In the meantime, my suggestion is, based on my experiences, I sincerely do believe they are a scam. Just my opinion.
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Review by Dawnmonie5 years ago
I was on phone & I got a message saying it was locked up & I needed to call this # or all of personal info was available, so I called cause I thought it was true, and this guy answered the phone with this co. name & told my phone & computer & my wifi had been hacked and told me to plug my phone into my computer, and gave all this info, on what to log into, so I did & he showed me that someone had established my information and was knowing what I was doing, so he gave a address where I could take it to or I could on online, so stupid me I choose to do it on online cause the place was about 1 1/2 away but they charged me 299.99 to do nothing kept my computer & iPhone on for about 20 mins so then I decided to call apple & told me to quickly unplug my phone, call my bank asap that it was scam to try to stop the transaction, but it was to late. I called 6 times and they got so ugly with me told me they needed the money to party, that it was a new year, if I thought it was a scam, but after the 7 phone call a lady that talked English told me the money would be back in my back in 4-5 business days but the other guys was foreigners, he was they was from Europe.
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Review by ricksrestorations6 years ago
Apple security alert scam when searching on iPad
While doing a search on my iPad a screen came up saying it was Apple alerting me that my security had been breached. It locked my iPad and gave the number 800-457-5916 to get help. I called the number and an Indian gentleman said he needed to connect to my iPad through a desk top computer. I could not do this then and waited a couple of days until I returned home. When I called the same person said he was absolutely with Apple and had an appleID.com showing as the website. He said he needed to do an analysis of the problem. I let him do this. He then said that I needed to either take all of my computers or phone to Network Care Store in SanFrancisco or do a remote fix through Quick Solutions at 800-624-9114. He connected us with Paul who said they were in Florida. The cost to fix the problem would be $340 and it would take 60-90 minutes. He was very rude. My wife looked up the company and found them located in Ohio. We told him we would think about it and call him back. He said we had 4 hours. We then went into the Apple.com website and found out that this was a scam. Unfortunately, they probably have all our info. We have taken measures to secure our identity.
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