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Beware of "You Have A Virus on Your Computer" Scam Asking to Call 8883836325

2016-07-28T13:14:30 -  +
Beware of "You Have A Virus on Your Computer" Scam Asking to Call 8883836325

The email message below with the subject: "You Have A Virus on Your Computer," which claims that the recipients’ computers is infected with a virus, is a scam. The fake email message was sent by cybercriminals/scammers to trick potential victims into calling the telephone number: 8883836325. Once potential victims call the telephone number, a person or automated system will request their personal information, financial information and online account credentials (usernames and passwords). If requested information is entered, it will be sent to cybercriminals, who will use it to rip-off their victims. Therefore, recipients of the same email message are asked to delete it and not to follow the instructions in it.

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Victims of the scam who have already submitted their financial and account information, should contact their banks and change their online account passwords immediately.

The Fake “You Have A Virus On Your Computer” Email

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: Virus Detection Center 4279ikvmpq63s9hyhdd17zk@ 9f92a18.Jolkiujhgcfdrtcy.Com
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:16 Am
Subject: You Have A Virus On Your Computer - {{Help Now}}

8883836325
8883836325

This Is An Automated Response From M1cr1soft

Please Call 8883836325 Asap

You Have Been Hacked

There Is Now A Virus On Your Computer

Call 8883836325 Now

A Microsfot Certified Technician Will Answer

Bare With Him And He Will Fix And Clean Your Computer

If You Don't Call Within The Next Ten Minutes Then You Might Need To Get A New Computer

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