FTC starts case against fake-Microsoft employees with thousands of victims

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We’ve just posted the following news: FTC starts case against fake-Microsoft employees with thousands of victims[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/05/woman-851446_1920-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

Several fake-Microsoft employees have been sued for scamming people to pay for non-existing technical problems with their computer. They reportedly scammed ten thousands of victims and made them pay several millions of dollars.

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#2

Have to remind people that the only safe pop-up ads are for Win10 upgrades. Oh wait…


#3

[QUOTE=RTV71;2774627]Have to remind people that the only safe pop-up ads are for Win10 upgrades. Oh wait…[/QUOTE]
There safe since the NSA,CIA,DHS says so… :cop:


#4

Several Microsoft employees should have been sued for scamming people to pay for non-existing technical problems with their computer as well :bigsmile:


#5

Hope they get one going for" Rachel at Card Holder Services"…with a death penalty. Good luck chasing the make-believe Microsoft from Bangalore.


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[QUOTE=Xercus;2774666]Several Microsoft employees should have been sued for scamming people to pay for non-existing technical problems with their computer as well :bigsmile:[/QUOTE]Except Microsoft doesn’t solve non-exsistant problems. Rather, they [I]cause[/I] problems with their failed forced “upgrades” (if you can call Windows 10 that), or failed attempts to remove said “upgrades”. But, it’s big business we’re talking about, so there’s little chance of big brother standing up against them except of course to defend other large corporations.