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This exchange code 252 is managed by OHIO TELECOM, INC. - OH
The number has 13 FCC complaints
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Chris05 Jan 2017
I received many calls from this number today and then I finally answered one. Foreign accented man claimed I had a virus on my computer and wanted to take control. Im not that naive! But obviously they call the home phone during daylight hours to get older unsuspecting seniors. One other reason to get rid of the home phone. I hope they rot in hell for scamming innocent unsuspecting people!
Called today, a foreign accent saying He was from windows and that they detected a problem with my computer. Told him I was a software designer and didn't use windows. This totally confused him. I hung up and blocked the number.
An important thing to remember anytime you get an unsolicited call from someone saying they're from Microsoft or Google or Apple etc is to remember these companies do not care. They have no reason to spend the money to call you. It's a scam to either charge you for services you don't need or (more likely) to get you to install their ransomware, some of which can be quite nasty.
They called me today, and a guy with a thick Indian accent said that I have a virus and adware on my computer. So I asked him, is it my work computer or my personal computer. He said, "Personal". Then I said, "Oh, ok so you mean my dell computer". And he said, "yes the dell." I then said, "Well I don't have a dell, leave me alone, take me off your list. <click>"
I wish I could do more to help stop the little old lady who might trusts these jerks. I guess I could have wasted a little more of their time so they didn't target the next person.
I've read articles that someone will call and ask if you can hear them, and when you say yes, they record it and use your voice to approve fraudulent charges. Just a tip - they also say hello a couple times as well as ask if you're there, before they get to asking if you can hear them
The same forign sounding jerk called me three times after I told him not to call me again. He claimed he was from Microsoft and that they detected a virus on my compuer. I told him I was not interested in his scam and hung up on him. He immediately called me back. I told him to stop calling me and hung up again. Before I could block his call, he was calling me again. I finally block the number. When I accidently engaged the number as it was still showing on my phone, I got a recording saying the number was not a working number.