Have you ever received this call?
“Hi this is so and so calling from Windows Technical Support. We’ve had several reports and incidents of malicious software being downloaded to computers in your area and we’re calling to let you know that we can run a simple scan to tell if you’ve been infected with this virus or not. If you could give me access to your computer, I can run a thorough screening.”
If so, hang up! Tech Support Scams are on the rise and you could indeed be their next victim. Read on to see how it works and what you can do about it if it has already happened to you.
There are several key elements to these Microsoft Tech Support Scam Calls that are universal, and present keys to watch for if you receive any calls out of the blue about a potential virus or malware on your computer.
1. The Call Itself
2. Your Computer
3. What Will They Ask
Perhaps you have already been a victim of these extremely practiced smooth operators. If so then there are basically 2 options:
1. Pay the money they are asking for. In which case you are now a victim of a high tech shake down!
2. Call a professional like those at RockStarVirusRemoval.com and start taking back your computer and your life.
Tech Support Scams are a massive business these days. They take advantage of good people who aren’t familiar with the technical aspects of their computer. People who are just trying to work and live and have their personal information safely used to exist in a technical world. If you have been a victim of these criminals, and that’s what they are not technicians, then let RockStarVirusRemoval.com help.