Called 2 times reguesting our computer has virus. Very demanding
Called at 9:25pm, man with Indian accent identified himself as "Cyrus" and began to spout off nonsense about our computer being containing viruses. Beware, this a scam!
I got a call from 333-260-2212 also, He spoke with an accesnt and said his name was LEO. After I let him say his speech, I asked him if he called the wrong person, He said HE was trying to reach the computer user and then he said my names, address, phone number, etc.
I then said I needed to let him know his call was being recorded, thats when he got RUDE, he said, F*** You, just F*** you, then hung up.
Didn't leave a message.
jcross1231 Sep 18th, 2013
Received 2nd call today. Same info as previous caller updates. It is an Indian accent. And the callers refers to E Support life and a global IT department. He tries to use technical speak but makes no sense. He drops key works like windows , operating system, error messages , downloading etc.....
When I told him only my husband uses the computer (which was a lie) he hung up.
Last time he called I asked for his name and number and I would call him back he hung up.
Call came in at 8:20 tonight showing Unknown Name & the number as 0-333... We let the answering machine kick in & after a few seconds a male voice speaking in what sounded like Arabic or some other Middle Eastern language spoke. We could hear what sounded like a TV playing in the background. Whatever he said in his native tongue her repeated a second time & then hung up when he got no response.
DO NOT GIVE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION - THIS NUMBER IS A SCAM - HANG UP IMMEDIATELY.
Thanks to sites like these, I was able to be forewarned about 333-260-2212 which call came in on my cell phone. I ignorerd it when they called yesterday. When they called today, I picked up and said hello. In a thick India accent they said is this Ms. _____. [They had my last name too! He must haven't gotten my last name when they called yesterday and got my voicemail] I said yes. I said who is calling? He said Cyrus from Tech Support regarding a virus on my "home" computer. I responded I don't have a home computer. And, the guy hung up. BEWARE! SCAMMER!