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I got a phone call and I think the guy called me was same as 936-164-6012, which I got similar call few hours before.
California
 May 18th, 2017
Filthiest little type of thief you could ever run into. idiotic little unscrupulous scum that can end up doing you lots of damage. Scammer trying to gain access to your computer.
Missouri
 May 18th, 2017
I got a phone call and said he will instruct to fix my computer.
Strong Hispanic accent.
California
 May 18th, 2017
melissa leonard useless cow of sag harbor called to steal
 May 03rd, 2017
scumbags calling and harrasing us
 May 03rd, 2017
Definitely a scam. Heavy accent said I my windows computer was infected and not transmitting signal. He assured me it was not a scam. I only my run IOS.
Maryland
 Apr 07th, 2017
Warning! This number is a SCAM CALLER who's calling from India. They managed to hide their country code when it shows up on the display of your Caller ID box or cell phone window. I received a call from this number and recognized the local exchange is invalid. A Google search showed me the number is a mobile phone number in India. It's probably either a "Microsoft Tech Support" caller telling me I have a virus that's infecting the entire internet, or it's an "IRS agent" telling me I owe back taxes, am about to be arrested, unless I send them a fine via a prepaid VISA card or an iTunes card. Don't fall for it! Always attempt to Google phone numbers that you don't recognize. Also, if you Google the area code, you can find a link that'll show you all legitimate local exchanges. (If you don't know what I mean by local exchange, add that to your Google search as in, "local exchanges for area code 936" - you'll quickly see what I mean.) There's way too many scam callers year round, but it's also tax time and that means even more scammers will be trying to part you from your savings and earnings! Warn your elderly neighbors and relatives - don't answer numbers they don't recognize, no matter what the Caller ID screen shows. They should write the suspect numbers down on a pad of paper, and then look up the numbers via Google, or ask a friend or relative to do so. They can keep a running list of known bogus numbers by their phone, so they won't get fooled easily. Help the elderly help themselves, as we're helping each other by providing details on sites like this!
Maryland
 Mar 06th, 2017

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