Many scams begin with a phone call from someone claiming to be from a well-known technology company stating a virus has been detected on your computer. The fake technician requests a payment for virus software or request to be given permission to gain access to your computer remotely. The call seems to be legitimate because the fraudster on the other end sounds very convincing and the caller ID even displays the company name. Before falling victim, educate yourself on tech support scams. the following article provides information on these types of tech support scams and what to do if you think you have been scammed: https://www.fraud.org/tech_support_scams.
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