PHONE NUMBER: 02036300338

020 3630 0338
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much the same as everyone else, "Tony" from "Windows" called saying they had received reports my computer had been hacked & if i didn't let them help me sort it out the hackers could shut down my computer completely. Said I'd take his name and number and call back. I then searched the phone number. Again, the accent was heavily indian but the guy gave his name as Tony Fredericks!


this is a scam - two Asians called Sam and Jonathan involved gaining remote access to the computer. we have just had our computer closed down by them as we refused to pay - now it is rendered useless. Don't get caught out by these scammers.


Unfortunately my elderly mother fell for this scam. An indian man rang saying her computer was full of viruses and she could purchase 'lifetime protection' for £200. She gave both her credit card details and they got her to install 'Supremo' remote desktop on her computer so they can control it from elsewhere and see all her keystrokes, therefore all her personal information! As soon as she told me what she had done I called Action Fraud and the banks and have reset and rebuilt her computer. Do not fall for this scam!


Heavily accented and quite aggressive guy, asking me to switch on my PC. He knew my name and address. I demanded the number he was calling from as I would check it and ring him back. Googled on my iPhone and came up with this. Told him he was a scammer and he terminated the call.


Just had similar call from a Mike Young (Asian Accent). Tried to get me to access computer. Said I would get my son to deal with it as I was aware there are lots of scams. He then said my son was not a technician, he was. Then threatened my computer and internet would be shut down by 5pm if I did not do as he asked. I felt bullied and pressured so asked for his name and number and said he could call back in 30min when I verified things. So glad I checked number here! If he calls back he will be getting an earful.!!


Grandma has just had a very pushy male on the phone, called her three times insisting that she listen and that she didn't understand. Then proceeded to rant on about being from microsoft and how her computer would stop working if she didn't follow his instructions. I then took the phone from her and spoke to the man. He then gave me my nans supposed 'computer reg num' which he wanted me to log onto the computer to check. He then tried to get me to enter the computer system through the run files section. I said I would check his details and ring back (he had given me this number to check). I then googled the number to find this site.


I received a call from this number, saying she was calling from Windows HQ in London about a major problem with my windows applications. She told me I needed to sit in front of my computer and follow her instructions. I told her I had a good antivirus checker on my computer, and she replied this was a far bigger problem than a virus. I asked for her name and number, and she told me it was a Lisa Williams. I told her I would ring her back when I had checked all the info. She rang me back within 2 minutes and was insistent that I acted now. I checked this number and learned it was a scam Be careful.


Strongly accented male, insisting my computer was sending error messages and that I must log on otherwise my phone my TV and my computer would shut down in a few hours. I felt bullied and anxious but refused to log on. He didn't check who I was (I actually was visiting my parents and picked up their phone), he was insistent and when I eventually put the phone down he threatened to shut everything down. He called back the next day and was given short shrift by the homeowner. Don't fall for it.


Asian voice saying he was Shaun Bellford from WINDOWS RESCUE SERVER. Said that they had noticed my computer has a problem with running windows 10. I said I didn't have a computer then he asked to speak to my husband giving his name. I said my husband has a Macbook so he asked me to get him to sit in front of it and he would tell him what to do. I said my husband doesn't use windows 10 but he argued about that. I told him not to phone my home again, he said I will continue to get theses phone calls. I told him it was a scam, he told me to calm down and I was hyper. I gave him a few choice words and put the phone down.


several calls from this number ascam DONT ANSWER


Peter Wilson, part of the fake Microsoft support team that needs you to follow his instructions immediately that are all just part of a big scam! Don't believe it !!!


Asian voice calling himself peter Wilson, supposedly from Windows Technical about malware problems with my pc. Obviously a scam, but he got insistent and gave me this number to "prove him OK" and will ring me back # I don't bloody well think so!!


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Asian voice called with a load of b***sh** about Windows problems. Hung up with expletives !


Peter Williams- form Microsoft- ha! Scam, be careful.


'Max Jerry' called me on numerous occasions claiming to be from Online Technical Services working on behalf of Microsoft. Claimed my computer was infected with dangerous files. Asked me to download remote access software so he could fix my computer. Obviously a dangerous scam.


A woman claiming to be from Windows Technical Support team, when I asked if her employer was Microsoft she refused to answer, her only goal was to get me to follow her instructions. I asked for her phone number which she supplied, but obviously a scam.


A man claiming to be Sean one of the technician from Windows Support Technical team based in London. I keep getting these scam calls at least once a week, this time I pretended that I was following his instructions, which were to run the event viewer on windows. This is a SCAM and I know it please be vigilant, it has been going on for many years.


This number is answered as 'Microsoft Technical Team' which obviously doesn't match the description above so I believe it is part of the Windows Technical Support scam


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called and claimed to be calling from Adobe about licencing for Adobe products in the cloud. Spoke English with Indian accent but claimed to be calling from India? Would not trust that at all.


Had a miss call from it last night at 22:00, lt left a 5 min voicemail with background noises.


Don't know who this is and I live in norway.


Several missed calls from 9am until 7pm and later. Someone must know who this is


V dangerous and harassing . Wanting to know about my investments. Know about me. Blocked number and reporting to police.


Apparently it's a company called Policy Expert and are calling me 'cos my home insurance is up for renewal. Unsolicited call though.


I didn't answer the phone. I called the number and it was a machine saying it was consumer lifestyle


When I answered the line was silent - suspect that it was an automated caller but no-one was free to speak to me then the call ended.


this number rang me but total silence when i answered it


This was an automated call,allegedly from HMRC, informing me that they were starting a case against me :) Not losing any sleep over it !


Asian accent asked about recent car accident. No accident. I rang off.


Some company trying to sell packaged accounts.


getting up to 2 calls per day answer - no one speaks and then hangs up


A "David Smith" called purporting to be from the BT Technical Support team, saying that their system showed that the my router was hosting unknown IP addresses from Russia. Was very persistent in pressing my wife to take some action. Be aware that BT Support should only ring from 0800 numbers.


some people try to convince you to invest 250 Euro - dont do it.

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