According to a survey, “tech support” frauds are on the rise. These frauds make cold calls, posing as computer technicians who want to help identify whether your computer is infected with malicious software. The fraudsters may claim to be from Microsoft, or another reputable company. Eventually, the caller may ask for remote access to your computer or request you download additional software onto your computer. In the end, the fraudsters are trying to gain access to your computer by installing malicious software and may try to charge you a fee for their “services”.
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First of all you should read lots of reviews about these companies, which is available on Search Engines. The most important thing to remember is to NEVER give your login credentials, access to your computer, or provide any sensitive information (SSN, credit card information, etc) to anyone who calls you. This should only be provided when you initiate the call and know the number you dialed is legitimately that company. Like “Technical Support Today” have one (1-855-704-1390). Visit Their Facebook Page and read reviews about “”Technical Support Today”. (https://www.facebook.com/technicalsupporttodayllc)
If you receive a call like this and believe it may be legitimate, tell the caller you will call them back. If the caller is legitimate, they will be understanding and completely willing for you to call back. However, do not use any contact information the caller provides, instead look up the company’s contact number on your own to ensure you call a legitimate number. You can Directly Search the Company by Googling it. For an Example “Technical Support Today” after that you ll get the company’s web address, ie www.TechnicalSupportToday.com then you can look for the number provided in the website. ie (1-855-704-1390)
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