I can't win for losing
January 5, 2018 4:48pm CST
Can I just get out of this everyday mishaps I've been dealing with? as you know what I have been dealing with since the new year start I thought it was behind me but NOPE I got a 8 am phone call FROM? Windows/dell to tell me that my computer has been hacked W T ? being I was asleep my head wasn't quite getting the info I was hearing & I'm like my computer was working fine at 3 am this morn. So with the person on the other end was explaining to me what was going on & what I had to do to get if fixed I'm like OH LORD please so after 2 hrs of going through it all & a 100$ later I'm safe for 3 yrs. Now before you get to thinking off the wall how stupid I could be to trust someone on the phone I checked it out with my debit card & they said the company was legit but they told me to call the ph # I did & the VERY person that I talked to on the phone answered so I told him I was checking to see if this was all legit cause my $ was on hold till things was checked to see if it was on the level. This is the service that worked on my computer & I have all the info like the guys email ph # the guys name everything & if I have any problems my debit card people told me to call them. (Enterprising Software) & here's a link to what it is they do
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7 people like this
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
I know it looks legit, but they called you, you didn't call them to begin with. Cancel and keep your money. Besides that, they called you before 9 AM which is the time when legitimate telemarketers begin their calls. I wouldn't trust them no matter what they said. You were half asleep when they called. Get out of that and keep your money. At least it's on hold and you can call the bank and tell them not to process it.
That is horrible. I would hate to be woken up with something like that too. They were right to tell you to call and make sure the person is ligit. I would call back again and see if anyone else answers if it does not cost you too much to make sure all is ok. I hope it all gets straightened out.
• Greencastle, Indiana
@Hannihar I did & the same person I spent 2 hrs on the phone with answered. but then last night as I went to bed I got this off the wall thought in my head? that being he called on the week end that just meant something bad MIGHT be & that was so they could have access to my computer & I couldn't get ahold of anyone so I took the one thing he put on my computer OFF where he could get into it when I wasn't here it was some kind of computer sharing thing he put on here.
• United States
You be careful with this, you just gave them access to your computer and paid them. You are now on their list and they have your bank info. My husband is a computer tech and he says these guys are crooks. I have been getting calls from them for years and my solution to them is an air horn in their ears. If I were you I would change your banking acct number and don't ever let them back into your computer. They did this to my sister and she did this as well but they got her for $300 and added things into her computer so they had access to it without her knowing. She had to buy a new computer.