Advanced Computer System Repair Scam

Advanced Computer System Repair Scam

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Recipients of fake "Advanced Computer System Repair" emails like the one below are asked not to follow the instructions in them. The link in the fake and fraudulent emails, which are being sent by online scammers, goes to a website that requests credit card and personal information for payment.

The Advanced Computer System Repair Scam

From: Advanced Computer System Repair <contact@sending1.com>

Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2019 at 02:49

Subject: Notice of cancellation

Your account will be deactivated in 7 days

It looks like your Computer Repair subscription has expired. However, you can keep your account by prolonging your subscription in the next 7 days.

We'd love you to stick around. To keep your account open, please renew (special 35% discount has been applied).

If you have any problems or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly pricing team team who will be happy to help you. You can reach us at (855) 255 0420

© 2019 Computer Repair.

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  • December 23, 2019 at 12:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    I have been getting these e-mails and routinely deleting them. They are sloppily organized with my name added in a font that is different to the rest of the content; such e-mails never look credible and reek of deceit. As well, I have no such subscription, so they are obviously lying.

    Apparently, this is an old scam dating back to 2017. Even if it's not the same, it still smells of fraud. If you are contacted by Advanced Computer System Repair, I would strongly warn against responding in any way or clicking on one of their links. Don't be fooled by their persistence or multiple warnings! Whoever these people are, they are not to be trusted.

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Advanced Computer System Repair Scam