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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.

Last Edited by Ms. Superduper on 12/07/2014 11:59 AM
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It's a popular scam going around.
That’s the thing about progress; all the word means is “continued movement in the same direction.” If the direction was a bad idea to start with, or if it’s passed the point at which it still made sense, continuing to trudge blindly onward into the gathering dark may not be the best idea in the world. Break out of that mental straitjacket, and the range of possible futures broadens out immeasurably.

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It's a popular scam going around.
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Do you know what it's about, specifically?
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I get those calls almost daily. Always a middle eastern accent, always with the name of "sam" or "sue", or some other obviously not middle eastern name. Always saying that they have record of some kind of issue on my computer. They just want people to give them their info. It's annoying.
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It's a popular scam going around.
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Do you know what it's about, specifically?
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


They get your aid in breaking your OS, then offer support in fixing it.
That’s the thing about progress; all the word means is “continued movement in the same direction.” If the direction was a bad idea to start with, or if it’s passed the point at which it still made sense, continuing to trudge blindly onward into the gathering dark may not be the best idea in the world. Break out of that mental straitjacket, and the range of possible futures broadens out immeasurably.

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I get those calls almost daily. Always a middle eastern accent, always with the name of "sam" or "sue", or some other obviously not middle eastern name. Always saying that they have record of some kind of issue on my computer. They just want people to give them their info. It's annoying.
 Quoting: DontBeSuchAGiantWeiner


Thanks.

My first one like that. His voice was overbearing and creepy. Heh. He didn't know who he called with that controlling voice.

I'm surprised I was as calm as I was when I told him never to call her at 7:00 a.m. I keep late hours and usually answer the phone if it's a family member.

Do you know what they want from you or do you hang up on them?
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It's a popular scam going around.
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Do you know what it's about, specifically?
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


They get your aid in breaking your OS, then offer support in fixing it.
 Quoting: Fafhrd


Dang. Who would fall for something like that? Oh wait, I know - those people who are asleep - no pun.
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I get those calls almost daily. Always a middle eastern accent, always with the name of "sam" or "sue", or some other obviously not middle eastern name. Always saying that they have record of some kind of issue on my computer. They just want people to give them their info. It's annoying.
 Quoting: DontBeSuchAGiantWeiner


Thanks.

My first one like that. His voice was overbearing and creepy. Heh. He didn't know who he called with that controlling voice.

I'm surprised I was as calm as I was when I told him never to call her at 7:00 a.m. I keep late hours and usually answer the phone if it's a family member.

Do you know what they want from you or do you hang up on them?
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


I hang up. Ain't nobody got time for that.
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[link to triplescomputers.com]
That’s the thing about progress; all the word means is “continued movement in the same direction.” If the direction was a bad idea to start with, or if it’s passed the point at which it still made sense, continuing to trudge blindly onward into the gathering dark may not be the best idea in the world. Break out of that mental straitjacket, and the range of possible futures broadens out immeasurably.

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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


This happened to me Friday morning around 7:00. Sounded Indian to me. I cut him off quickly.
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Wow. That scam has been going around here for at least a year. I don't normally answer unfamiliar numbers, but sometimes I will...if I feel like playing. This man also claimed he was from Microsoft. I told him I didn't have a computer. He said something like, "Who doesn't have a computer?!" I said, "Me, I don't have one. So I don't know how my computer could be spreading viruses when I don't even have one." Then, he said I was lying, and he started cursing at me. :)
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Wow. That scam has been going around here for at least a year. I don't normally answer unfamiliar numbers, but sometimes I will...if I feel like playing. This man also claimed he was from Microsoft. I told him I didn't have a computer. He said something like, "Who doesn't have a computer?!" I said, "Me, I don't have one. So I don't know how my computer could be spreading viruses when I don't even have one." Then, he said I was lying, and he started cursing at me. :)
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Oh, that probably was Microsoft then.
That’s the thing about progress; all the word means is “continued movement in the same direction.” If the direction was a bad idea to start with, or if it’s passed the point at which it still made sense, continuing to trudge blindly onward into the gathering dark may not be the best idea in the world. Break out of that mental straitjacket, and the range of possible futures broadens out immeasurably.

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Wow. That scam has been going around here for at least a year. I don't normally answer unfamiliar numbers, but sometimes I will...if I feel like playing. This man also claimed he was from Microsoft. I told him I didn't have a computer. He said something like, "Who doesn't have a computer?!" I said, "Me, I don't have one. So I don't know how my computer could be spreading viruses when I don't even have one." Then, he said I was lying, and he started cursing at me. :)
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Oh, that probably was Microsoft then.
 Quoting: Fafhrd


LoL Yeah, the cursing had me convinced.

The funny thing is, the guy always sounds like the same one who calls about my 'air ducts' needing cleaning.
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I never answer the phone if I don't recognize the number. Our family has a code (let it ring once and then hang up and call again) if they have to get me urgently from another phone.
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Wow. That scam has been going around here for at least a year. I don't normally answer unfamiliar numbers, but sometimes I will...if I feel like playing. This man also claimed he was from Microsoft. I told him I didn't have a computer. He said something like, "Who doesn't have a computer?!" I said, "Me, I don't have one. So I don't know how my computer could be spreading viruses when I don't even have one." Then, he said I was lying, and he started cursing at me. :)
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Oh my gosh. That's was intrusive.
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LoL Yeah, the cursing had me convinced.

The funny thing is, the guy always sounds like the same one who calls about my 'air ducts' needing cleaning.
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Is it accompanied by heavy breathing?
That’s the thing about progress; all the word means is “continued movement in the same direction.” If the direction was a bad idea to start with, or if it’s passed the point at which it still made sense, continuing to trudge blindly onward into the gathering dark may not be the best idea in the world. Break out of that mental straitjacket, and the range of possible futures broadens out immeasurably.

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Very good. Thanks.
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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Yes, it is a common scam as of late. They call and say that your computer is compromised. You need to give them money and personal information and they will fix your computer.

If you don't give them money, bad things will happen to you and your computer.

Apparently it works on little old people... the folks who are in their 70's and older who have computers.

Tell them to stop calling.
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Wow. That scam has been going around here for at least a year. I don't normally answer unfamiliar numbers, but sometimes I will...if I feel like playing. This man also claimed he was from Microsoft. I told him I didn't have a computer. He said something like, "Who doesn't have a computer?!" I said, "Me, I don't have one. So I don't know how my computer could be spreading viruses when I don't even have one." Then, he said I was lying, and he started cursing at me. :)
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Oh my gosh. That's was intrusive.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Yep, as is calling someone at 7:00 in the morning. The fake air duct people called me excessively to the point where I told them I was going to call the police for harassment.
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LoL Yeah, the cursing had me convinced.

The funny thing is, the guy always sounds like the same one who calls about my 'air ducts' needing cleaning.
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Is it accompanied by heavy breathing?
 Quoting: Fafhrd


haha Thankfully, no.
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FUCKING OVER POWER THEM YOUR THE FUCKING BOSS WHEN YOUR IN YOUR HOUSE COMPLETELY RUIN HIS FUCKING DAY .
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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Yes, it is a common scam as of late. They call and say that your computer is compromised. You need to give them money and personal information and they will fix your computer.

If you don't give them money, bad things will happen to you and your computer.

Apparently it works on little old people... the folks who are in their 70's and older who have computers.

Tell them to stop calling.
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I did tell him, surprisingly very calmly: Do not ever call here at 7 a.m. and hung up. The ONLY reason I even answered the phone without seeing who it was, is that I want to be available for family members (who actually know my schedule and wouldn't call unless it was an emergency).

Interesting, isn't it, that so much other irrelevant, yet political mandates can be had and these scams are just allowed to continue with their wickedness.

They can find out who's doing what through phones, tvs and iphones but could not locate these people and make it cease, whether it be through some international means or just plain track their numbers and make them null and void as far as calls coming in to this country.

That's not a crazy idea when you think of all of the other intrusions are thrust on us by the ungovernment.
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I play with those fuckers...they're dumber than a bag o hammers.
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I don't 'play' early in the morn. He sounded like he was trying to put on his most intimidating voice ever - loud, serious and intimidating, and I KNOW I don't play THAT.

At 7 a.m. though, I just don't have time for 'dat. Ha.
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holy fuck it doesn't matter what time of day it is for me to flip out and own some paki on the phone.
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Some broad called me at 8:30 the other night wanting me to participate in some BS survey. Since I usually get up at the crack of dawn, 8:30 is late for me. Click
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I never answer the phone if I don't recognize the number.
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I used to get so many calls
from Indian recruiters
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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Yes, it is a common scam as of late. They call and say that your computer is compromised. You need to give them money and personal information and they will fix your computer.

If you don't give them money, bad things will happen to you and your computer.

Apparently it works on little old people... the folks who are in their 70's and older who have computers.

Tell them to stop calling.
 Quoting: Nikola Tesla


I did tell him, surprisingly very calmly: Do not ever call here at 7 a.m. and hung up. The ONLY reason I even answered the phone without seeing who it was, is that I want to be available for family members (who actually know my schedule and wouldn't call unless it was an emergency).

Interesting, isn't it, that so much other irrelevant, yet political mandates can be had and these scams are just allowed to continue with their wickedness.

They can find out who's doing what through phones, tvs and iphones but could not locate these people and make it cease, whether it be through some international means or just plain track their numbers and make them null and void as far as calls coming in to this country.

That's not a crazy idea when you think of all of the other intrusions are thrust on us by the ungovernment.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


I totally understand, I am frequently on call 24/7 in the event of an emergency at work, so I pick up the phone many times without looking to see what the caller ID says.

Remember the Do Not Call List? Gee, that has really served us well! LOL

I am wondering if the do not call list simply provides a reference guide of numbers for telemarketers.

The wrinkle in all of this is the calling centers for these are located outside of the US. I suspect, they are not bound by the US regulations to not call.
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i have also been receiving spat of calls unknown numbers no messages
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This weekend in the morning I received a call on my cell phone, which I keep close by in the night for possible emergencies.

The man said this is so and so from Microsoft - how are you today. He had a very strong sounding and pounding voice. The accent was a mix of mid eastern/African, etc. WTH?

I'm in the middle of a rem cycle and not a happy camper about this call. I said DO NOT CALL ME AT 7:00 IN THE MORNING - EVER. Not only was his voice loud and controlling and annoying, but calls at those times seem to alarm me.

Don't know what the call was for, but I have a feeling that it was a scammer. I did not call Microsoft and I do not have any tech problems here.

Good grief, what a terrible time to call anyone, weekend or not, but esp. weekends.

Has anyone else ever had a call like this? And, if so, what can you tell me.

Thank you.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Yes, it is a common scam as of late. They call and say that your computer is compromised. You need to give them money and personal information and they will fix your computer.

If you don't give them money, bad things will happen to you and your computer.

Apparently it works on little old people... the folks who are in their 70's and older who have computers.

Tell them to stop calling.
 Quoting: Nikola Tesla


I did tell him, surprisingly very calmly: Do not ever call here at 7 a.m. and hung up. The ONLY reason I even answered the phone without seeing who it was, is that I want to be available for family members (who actually know my schedule and wouldn't call unless it was an emergency).

Interesting, isn't it, that so much other irrelevant, yet political mandates can be had and these scams are just allowed to continue with their wickedness.

They can find out who's doing what through phones, tvs and iphones but could not locate these people and make it cease, whether it be through some international means or just plain track their numbers and make them null and void as far as calls coming in to this country.

That's not a crazy idea when you think of all of the other intrusions are thrust on us by the ungovernment.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


I totally understand, I am frequently on call 24/7 in the event of an emergency at work, so I pick up the phone many times without looking to see what the caller ID says.

Remember the Do Not Call List? Gee, that has really served us well! LOL

I am wondering if the do not call list simply provides a reference guide of numbers for telemarketers.

The wrinkle in all of this is the calling centers for these are located outside of the US. I suspect, they are not bound by the US regulations to not call.
 Quoting: Nikola Tesla


Later, after I woke up around 10 or so, I looked at my phone and it said "Unknown". Had I been awake and during the day, I would not have bothered with it. And, where do these leeches get our cell phone numbers, or I should say, who gives these leeches the 'phone list'?
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