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I have just received yet another call from someone with a very foreign accent saying he is "Steve Smith" (yeah, right ?) with PC Support Plaza. He left a number of 786.629.7677. He says again that I am due a refund of $1999.00. When I say to refund it to the original method of payment, he says that's not how it works, I must get online with them so they can give me a form to fill out. They must really think I'm stupid.

I keep getting a call from someone with a very foreign accent. He says his name is Jack Wilson with PC Support Plaza, and I am owed a refund of $1999.00 from last year. In order to get the refund I must give them my credit card or bank info. I believe this is a scam. The # they give is 650.284.5546 x 102.

- Columbia, TN, USA

hey froze up my computer in aug 2018. they sold me product to get my computer back up and running. they tried to get me to pay with an e check but I had never done. then a wk later they finally to my credit card. I was then running webroot that I guess they installed??? They started calling me starting around feb 2019 saying the company was going out of business and I was due a refund. I avoided them for 2 months. they called continuously. I caved on april 5, 2019 I let them on my computer. they pretended to be reimbursing me $300. instead they did $3000.00 . so now they had to get it back but was not actually there and they took $2450.00 from my acct. other #s 8175325050 ext 102, 2026604384

- Mount Gilead, OH, USA

A few months ago, my computer froze and the warning was to call a number, I called and agreed to a year subscription for $200. A month ago, I got a call from a guy saying I had a refund and I hung up. On Saturday, I started getting calls from so I called back. His name was Jack from PC Support Plaza. His company had been bought out. I said no. He asked for my bank info, I said no, He said the only way he could issue the $210 would be for me to set up a paypal account to issue the credit. I said ok. He set up a Paypal account. He called me and asked where I wanted I got a message on my screen saying my refund of $2100 was processed. He became belligerent saying I needed to put my glasses on. THen he said I owed them $1800. I said no, cancel the transaction. He said he couldn't' it was on hold on his server. He told me the only way to get the $210 was to pay them back $1800. He threatened to come to my house and take my appliances and computers. I told him I would call my bank. He said don't do that. I said I will call the sheriff. He said don't do that. He said I owed him $1800 and it has to be done now because your computer is locked. So I went to Krogers and purchased 4 Google Play cards, 3 for $500 and 1 for $300. He said he would give me $90 for the inconvenience of getting cards. Then I gave him the security numbers off the cards. He said the security numbers were wrong, and he was belligerent, so I bought the second set of cards. I scratched off the numbers and gave them to him. He said the cards had not been activated, and to buy a 3rd set of cards.He said he was not going to lose his job over this. I went back into Krogers, and Krogers called Google Play, and Google Play said the cards had been redeemed through an email account. I called him and told him the cards had been redeemed, and I wouldn't buy any more cards. I went to the sheriff's dept to file a complaint. The sheriff said because I gave Krogers my pin number, it isn't fraud. Google confirmed all 8 cards have been redeemed. I've filed a complaint w/the attorney general. I'm going to file a complaint with FTC. My bank closed my debit card. The caller had an accent. He said his name was Jack Ruthson. I asked to speak to his manager. He said he transferred me, but the second man sounded exactly like the first.

Took over our computer with a Google Account facsimile and number to call. Called them

and told us we had a security breach and they worked for Microsoft and would fix it. We could

not use our computer. They got our credit card number but wanted check number and $1200.

Afterward we figured out scam.

Scammer first took control of a computer that was left on. A female voice started talking saying your computer must be shut off to prevent further spread of a virus immediately. The unit was being remotely controlled and the owners called the number that appeared on the computer to see if they could stop it. They were told all the things that were wrong with their system and it was unprotected from viruses. The accent was Indian and hard to understand but said they were located in NC. The family computer was hacked and infected with a virus and it is unable to be opened at all when the caller was refused payment of $200 for preventing the spread of viruses and malware on the system. The computer was frozen and could not be restarted immediately when the people refused to pay. The computer is now at a reputable repair place in hopes of a recovery.

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