Microsoft Security Imposter Reviews - Microsoft Security Imposter Scam or Legit

Laura –

Victim Location 14224

Total money lost $5,000

Type of a scam Tech Support

Subject posed as Microsoft Security Associate. Vic. allowed Sub. to have access to computer and Sub. did deposit fraudulent $5199 into Vic.’s bank account. Sub. stated deposit was a mistake. Vic. needed to acquire $5000 in Walmart Gift Cards and provide Gift Cards numbers and pins to Sub. Vic. complied.

Amelia –

Victim Location 75416

Type of a scam Tech Support

Here’s what happened to me! Notification that said from microsoft that security has been breached and my computer has been locked to call the number. So, I called with mixed feelings. The tech asked for access to my computer to find out what type of security breach had occurred. They ran some scans and showed me that 5 foreign companies had gained access to my laptop and all our devices. I listened and asked several questions. Turnes out they were trying to sell me another firewall @ $149 just to repair it today but wanted to talk to me about a lifetime plan. I took their number and told them that I would call back. I immediately called my bank and they checked my account. After explaining the situation, she told me that was a scam.

Rebecca –

Victim Location 98587

Type of a scam Tech Support

Caller asked me if I could hear him a couple of times. I may have said yes. He had a foreign accent.

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