Kendrite wrote:Anyhow, now I'm wondering. What do they try to get you to do? Install something which is like a key logger or gives them remote access to your PC?
Bicketybam wrote:I haven't had a call from them in a long time but one time the guy argued with me when he said he was from Windows Support and I said "Don't you mean Microsoft Support?" and he said "NO, I am from Windows Support!".
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BorisBC wrote:Pro tip - if you have to spew in a car, spew down the (inside) front of your shirt. Trust me, it's a lot easier to clean spew off yourself than the interior of a car.
tryonthis wrote:I received a phone call last week from someone claiming to be from Microsoft. He claimed that I have a fake copy of Windows 7 installed (well, he's got a point). He asked me "Do you have any computers in the house?", to which I replied "No. None at all". Befuddled, he asked, "Are you sure? No computer devices at all in your house?". I stood my ground and said "No, sorry mate, no computer devices at all. Good luck trying to scam someone else". He then hung up the phone. True story.
Otto-matic wrote:I wonder if they've worked out how to tell if they're working on a VM yet.
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