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Scam - Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd at echosoftinfocom.com is a Fake Technical Support Website

2018-07-29T11:25:10 -  +
Scam - Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd at echosoftinfocom.com is a Fake Technical Support Website

I have fallen for a scam renewal of my Mcafee subscription by echosoftinfocom.com. The 'receipt' below is what I have been sent. I've phoned my bank to cancel my card. I wanted to let you know the name they're acting under. My bank says the payment made has gone to an account named 'Mcafee'. Thanks, Dana.

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www.echosoftinfocom.com - the Fake Technical Support Website

echosoftinfocom.com

info@echosoftinfocom.com 866-797-5534

Unit 1/1, Vishal Mega Mart Complex Tilak Nagar New Delhi - 110018

The Receipt from www.echosoftinfocom.com

From: Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd <receipts+acct_1CpWZADwjg5pui4r@stripe.com>

Date: 29 July 2018 at 15:29

Subject: Your receipt from Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd #2981-9018

Receipt from Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd

Invoice #EFAD5DF-0001

Receipt #2981-9018

AMOUNT PAID €29.99

DATE PAID July 29, 2018

PAYMENT METHOD Visa – **48

SUMMARY

JUL 29 – JAN 29, 2019

McAfee Internet Security (per McAfee) × 1 €29.99

Amount paid €29.99

If you have any questions, contact Echosoft Infocom Pvt Ltd at po@echosoftinfocom.net or call at +1 866-797-5534.

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  • Posted: Aug 25, 2018 at 10:25 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

    you are a stupid dumb lady

    delete


  • Posted: Aug 7, 2018 at 4:35 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Manchester, England, United Kingdom

    Echosoft is a SCAM. Mcafee have never heard of them.

    bought a new laptop 3 days ago / Hp envy
    Mcafee already an option on Windows 10 so I decided to use them when I went to installed on my laptop I went to set up an account with Mcafee but ended up on Toll free phone number site for technical support.

    I phoned the number and the opporator said he needed access to my laptop to complete the installation of my Macafee and that I had to make a payment to activate the account.

    They corrupted my new laptop so it wouldn't recognize me when I try to sign in again. My bank showed the money take with the name Macafee.

    I recived an invoice but it was from ECHOSOFT etc. I phoned official Macafee site who have no record of me or payment.

    I phoned TOLL number again and the SCAMMERS say they are genuine and that they will refund me it will clear in 10 days. Im still waiting.

    delete


  • Posted: Aug 7, 2018 at 7:26 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Asheville, North Carolina, United States

    I too was SCAMMED.....getting a new Amex card and working to have the charges taken off.

    Address used for billing as McAffe is a townhouse in Virginia. Use google earth to check.

    delete


  • Posted: Aug 4, 2018 at 8:58 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Riverbank, California, United States

    SCAM... RCVD popup stating my McAfee had expired and I needed to renew. After renewing was directed to call 800 # to get installed. then rcvd errors from Windows Defender saying I had no firewall or malware protection while McAfee said all was running.

    Called back 800# and was fished into $200 to fix problem.. Called my CC company and had my CC account shut down! Only thing that saved me was finding my receipt from McAfee showing I was covered thru Jan 2019...

    delete


  • Posted: Aug 1, 2018 at 1:49 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Bellevue, Washington, United States

    yep-- totally a SCAM-- getting a new amex card because of these scammers.

    delete


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