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1-866-967-8926 is a Fake McAfee Support Telephone Number

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1-866-967-8926 is a Fake McAfee Support Telephone Number

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It appears scammers are using the telephone 1-866-967-8926 to trick McAfee customers into paying for a bogus McAfee subscription. The scammers are also using a fake McAfee website called mcfsale.com steal credit card information by asking visitors to renew their McAfee subscription. Below is a sample of fake email being used by the scammers trick potential victims into calling the fake telephone number.

McAfee customers who want to renew your subscription should always go directly to McAfee's legitimate website located the following URL for information:

A Fake Technical Email Being Used by the Scammers

From: McAfee Support Team <support@mcfsale.com>

Sent: ‎Sunday‎, ‎July‎ ‎28‎, ‎2019‎ ‎05‎:‎24‎:‎53‎ ‎AM‎ ‎PDT

Subject: Thank you for purchasing McAfee Internet Security

Hi,

You are awesome! Thank you for doing business with us.

Your Antivirus subscription has been activated.

To activate Antivirus on your PC, call us on our Toll Free Number:

1-866-967-8926

So it goes on now:

1. Our experienced team of technicians will gladly do the work.Call our toll free number now:1-866-967-8926

2. Together with you we enable the activation of the software on your PC - guaranteed safe and comfortable. Quite simply by phone.

3. We install your software immediately and bring you to running - 100% free of charge.

Best Regards,

Support Team

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  • August 20, 2019 at 1:12 PM by an anonymous user from Wenatchee, Washington, United States

    Same thing just happened to me, probably will have to cancel my credit card now.

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  • August 16, 2019 at 4:40 PM by an anonymous user from Carson, California, United States

    A few days ago as I was checking my mail a pop up appeared which said that my mcafee subscription had expired and took me to a web site that looked like mcafee. I was asked to renew my subscription. When I finished inputting my citibsnk CC details another pop up asked me to call 1800-967-8926 since they detected a virus on my laptop.

    The people who answered sounded Indian (from India).They were going to fix my computer by using Log me In, and demanded that I sign up to clean my computer. When we realized that it was a scam we just hung up. Never let anyone install Log me In and access your computer. Beware of scamsters.

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