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Is Delawaresoft a Trustworthy Company?

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Is Delawaresoft a Trustworthy Company?

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Delawaresoft located at delawaresoft.net and delawaresoft.com appears to be an untrustworthy website. They claim they are a professional web development and IT Infrastructure company based in Florida, but their domain or website name is registered in India. The name is registered to an individual in Delhi, India, and not to a company. Also, hundreds of online users have reported receiving scam calls from their telephone number (1-844-850-8999), where the callers claim they are technical support representatives from AOL, Microsoft and other Tech companies.

One online user claimed she got a call from the same number, where the caller claimed her AOL account had been "hacked five weeks ago by someone in Pennsylvania" and said she needed to pay $119 for a purported AOL "security package" before she could access her email account again.

Delawaresoft at www.delawaresoft.net and delawaresoft.com

Delawaresoft at www.delawaresoft.net

Delaware Soft.

3162 W 78 th pl, HIALEAH,

FL-33018,USA

Phone: 1-844-850-8999

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  • August 14, 2019 at 4:48 PM by an anonymous user from Washington, District of Columbia, United States

    I was experiencing problems with a new Canon printer. I called a number for Canon Technical Support, but it wasn't Canon. I gave the technician remote access to my computer. He told me that the problem was not with my printer, but that I had a virus on my computer. He showed me some registers that were turned off on my computer and said that that was the problem. He then told me that I could purchase virus protection software and Technical Support that would be good forever.

    I paid a partial payment of $162.66. Another $162.66 was supposed to be taken out of my bank account June 2019. He told me my printer was bad, and he sent me a replacement printer. I was still having the same problem with the replacement printer.

    By this time, I had thrown out my initial printer, when I realized I had been scammed. I canceled the later payment transaction, and asked my bank to reverse the charges. The charges were reversed, but after an investigation, the bank gave this company back my $162.66.

    The number I called was 1-888-544-1888. I used Webroot software to take their software off my computer, and called their tech support. The technician told me that this wasn't a legitimate company and he had worked on other peoples computers who had dealings with this company. He wasn't able to find any other virus software on my computer.

    I am currently appealing to my bank to reverse the charges again. I'm glad I found this site. The bank could have done the same thing I did if they really did investigate my complaint.

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  • May 26, 2019 at 4:27 PM by an anonymous user from Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

    On Fri. 10 May, 2019 I googled my phone and Internet provider contact number, however a person from Delaware Soft LLC answered and said he had been "out-sourced" by my Phone and Internet provider. He also said he had detected intruders to my computer, and he would "fix" them. After changing my computer's permissions, he then told me he would "provide" Internet security for two years for $346.12CAN. I complied and then I received a phone-call from my real phone & Internet provider, and this person said Delaware Soft had NOT been out-sourced for any IT work. I phoned my bank and the money had already been deleted from my account. I phoned Delaware Soft and although I had paid for 2 years of “service.” after two hours, I could not reach anyone representing Delaware Soft LLC.

    Delaware Soft LLC (DelawareSoft.com & DelawareSoft.net ) are NOT a registered “Limited Liability Company (LLC) or even a registered business in the states of Delaware, California, Florida, or Michigan (where Delaware representatives say they are phoning from). Also Delaware representatives when questioned about ethical representation and specific IT work, say Delaware Soft LLC has just been bought by PuneetI Singh Gandotra (who owns Panamit LLC (AKA: panamit.com & panamit.net ), whose business & home address is: 8550 Lillian Dr, Washington Township, MI 48094, but PuneetI Singh Gandotra can never be contacted by using the Website’s phone or support email.

    So in my opinion neither Delaware Soft LLC nor Panamit LLC are sophisticated IT scamming-fronts, which fraudulently claim an association with legitimate businesses to target individuals with a trust history in the specific legitimate business and who have minimal IT knowledge— by which these Delaware Soft LLC (and/or Panamit LLC) scammers can easily create an exaggerated fear of Internet intruders, and obtain as much money as possible for a simplistic “fix.”

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  • February 19, 2019 at 9:25 AM by an anonymous user from Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States

    they are robbers; I do not know how to stop them; I had to close my accounts.

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  • December 22, 2018 at 1:40 PM by an anonymous user from Needham, Massachusetts, United States

    They are thieves!

    They told me they were AOL service and were going to help recover my password, but I needed to have special programs installed to secure my computer.

    They took it over and destroyed it so that I can't use it after charging my credit card $231.00.

    Now they want $300 more to fix it.

    If you have caller id and see the number 844/850-8999 hang up!

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  • December 19, 2018 at 2:56 PM by an anonymous user from Palmer, Massachusetts, United States

    http://delawaresoft.net/

    https://delawaresoft.com/

    https://panamit.com/

    Toll Free: 1888-891-4850 (Technician) / 1 844 850 8999

    PCExpert365 LLC (877) 373-9158

    All scammers.

    They defrauded my 92 year old mother out of nearly $600.

    The numbers are now disconnected after referring to FTC.

    Their web sites are still up showing those numbers, so if anyone knows how to take them down, please do for the sake of humanity.

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  • December 19, 2018 at 2:14 PM by an anonymous user from Jakarta Pusat, Jakarta, Indonesia

    I have also read some reports about similar scams a few days ago. I think people should be aware of this scam and inform family & colleagues about these scams.

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  • December 18, 2018 at 8:42 AM by info

    Received via email:

    "Watch out for the Indians at the scam company, they using the phone number 888-891-4850"

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