Is Panamit an Untrustworthy IT Support Service Website?

Is Panamit an Untrustworthy IT Support Service Website?

Panamit located at are all scammers. They defrauded my 92-year-old mother out of nearly $600. The numbers are now disconnected after referring to FTC. Their websites are still up showing those numbers, so if anyone knows how to take them down, please do for the sake of humanity.

They are similar to the following fraudulent websites:


Panamit at

Panamit at

Address :8550 Lillian Drive ,

Washington Township,

Michigan -48094 .



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

PCExpert365 LLC (877) 373-9158

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  • July 13, 2022 at 1:22 PM by an anonymous user from: North Bergen, New Jersey, United States

    Absolutely they are farts in the wind! I did have a problem with my computer in the end it was System mech program that fixed my slow down, but back to the question, I had to let him into my puter for him to scan it and it did appear he was scanning something He

    returned and showed me a screen where it said many windows security programs were turn off

    an said said there was 8 others looking in my computer, but IAAA he said offered me 1 yr/ 250$ 3yr/ 399$ or lifetime computer service for 599$ He did take me for the 599 and about every 30-45 days he would POP back in to run scans. Seemed ok at 1st. 8 months later he says all this time we he has been chasing dumb but now I was infested with SMART viruses & again he showed that my windows security control were off again. I FIRED him. About two years pass and he calls again telling me he wanted 3900.00 as per contract for not living up to my end of contract which was to allow him to keep working on my lap top First in PA all debt collection calls the 1st words out of the collectors mouth once he is sure he is speaking to the debtor (me) are the Maranda Statement if he doesnt the Judge will toss out his case and ask if I want to pursue my rights under PA law another thing he didnt know was once he threatens any legal action and doesn't do the action allows me to sue him for 3X the amount he was trying to collect.

    SO IF HE RAN HIS GAME ON YOU (WHICH IS CONVINCING) NEED NOT WORRY. Online he claims to be located in Michigan a call to the Attorney General should lite a nice fire under his rump roaster. YES HE IS A FRAUD!

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  • March 13, 2022 at 1:14 PM by an anonymous user from: Reston, Virginia, United States

    Yes I also got beat out of 400$$ after I told them their lifetimes services were no longer needed. About 15 months later they called me to say they were sueing me per our contract. I gave that weasel my lawyers name & phone #. But still he kept calling. I picked

    and had him once he had 2 call my lawyer not me. He continued ranting he was going to sue me I told him to buzz off. He called a few more times I told him to buss off and his contract allowed m

    2 sue him for 3X the worth that he charged that was the last I heard from him


  • May 21, 2019 at 11:08 AM by an anonymous user from: Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

    I too was scammed out of $345.58 CAN as DelawareSoft (AKA: Panamit) told me they represented my Canadian phone & internet provider and that a United States scammer was using my email account and they could "fix" that.

    I too am 72 years old and I cannot reach anyone in DelawareSoft or Panamit.

    It is very true we have been scammed.

    Please do not use these cheats!

  • May 6, 2019 at 9:25 AM by an anonymous user from: Naples, Florida, United States

    I was scammed out of $264.95 from Panamit. They told me that my email was being used by someone in Canada and that they could fix that for me. Had to give them my bank’s routing # and account # for $264.95.

    I am 72 and live in Florida where a lot of scammers dwell on elders who fall for their tactics to trick you out of money.

    I had already been contacted by phone informing me that my computer ID was being used in three foreign countries (I ignored those calls).

    But, this contact from Panamit claiming my email was being used I fell for.

    I have tried contacting Panamit via email with no response return.

    Please don’t fall for this scammer.

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