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Online users are asked not to contact at 1-844-205-0712 or other telephone numbers for technical support. And, they should also not follow instructions from callers who call them claiming to be technical support representatives from aolemail-support. This is because is fake technical support website that tricks online users into believing they will help them with their AOL accounts.

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Online users should never give out their credit card information over the phone to make payment. And, for online users who have already given aolemail-support their credit card information, are asked to contact their banks for help, to stop the fake website from continuously making fraudulent charges to their credit cards. The bank should be able to cancel the transactions or charges and refund their money.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • April 5, 2018 at 3:21 AM by an anonymous user from Caracas, Distrito Federal, Venezuela

    Be careful, a certain Philippe Ballesio offers for sale a software that in the market is better known as "scareware", this could offer a limited security or, in any case, none. This scam can appear on social networks, search engines or pop-ups on your computer as messages from a fake virus. The program causes deceptive alerts, attempts to participate in fraudulent transactions and damage to your equipment.


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