Hook wrote:You need to post this everywhere!
EvilGrins wrote:he setup remote access to my system and I accepted that.
Not that unusual. IT folks do this all the time,
Terraniux wrote:Can you show us a picture of how they locked your pc?
Feralidragon wrote:I am honestly surprised how YOU would even get caught by this.
Feralidragon wrote:Maybe my perception is wrong, but I always perceived you to be the kind of guy that would be minimally informed about things like this, and be suspicious especially when things like remote access was requested.
Feralidragon wrote:Generally these calls come from India from what I have heard, and they have a distinct Indian accent to them when speaking English. Did the guy have an Indian accent at all?
Feralidragon wrote:You posted it in Facebook... why?
Qwerty wrote:When I stopped getting calls every week from my parents, my wifes parents and other friends. I knew I found the right antivirus.
papercoffee wrote:If you use the FB App on your phone... why do you even bother to think about privacy protection?
papercoffee wrote:WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR??? Give the police his damn number or better ...give it to some hacker group. lol.
UT Sniper (SJA94) wrote:I'm confused how someone who uses a computer so much can get scammed by something as blatant as this
Dr.Flay wrote:Facebook has for a long time required a phone number for validation and 2-factor authentication.
Red_Fist wrote:I have all that remote assistance crap OFF, disabled.
Chamberly wrote:The question is... what is causing this to show up on the computer anyway? There had to be a hell of a download that gives you this.
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