Google Chrome Critical Error Scam Sent by Cybercriminals

Google Chrome Critical Error Scam Sent by Cybercriminals

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The "Google Chrome Critical Error" message below is a fake and a technical support scam. The scam message is being used by cybercriminals to convince potential victims into believing that a virus has attempted to enter their computer via Google Chrome. The scam also claims that the personal data on the victim’s computer has been severely compromised and he or she should call a tech support number to solve the issue. But, this is not true.

If the fake technical support telephone number is called, the cybercriminals on the other end will pretend to be a technical support representative from Microsoft. The cybercriminals will intruct their potential victims into giving them access to their computer, and ask for personal and financial information.

Therefore, victims of this technical support scam are asked scan their computers for virus, spyware and malware with the antivirus software on installed on it. Then, disconnect their computer from the internet and have a tech savvy person check it for suspicious activity.

The "Google Chrome Critical Error" Technical Support Scam

Google Chrome Critical Error" Technical Support Scam

Google Chrome Critical Error Scam

Google Chrome Critical Error!

Security system has detected the threatening attempt to gain access to your bank logins and related data, but this dangerous connection was blocked with Firewall and further data leak was prevented. We strongly recommend you to perform temporary block of all of your accounts, and take some necessary security measures. Despite the timely blocking of the connection, there is still a serious threat of private data stealth. Please, don t wait to respond, every minute is important! There is possibility that virus already hurt your disks or destroyed and stole its data. It is reason for checking current system security and verifying its stability. Do not spend your time and immediately call us or contact our service center support team.

Contact Microsoft Support: +1 (888) 218-5993

We are waiting for your rapid responce to help you. Please contact our administration to solve this issue.

  • +1(877)632-9831
  • +1(888)563-5234
  • +1(866)553-1952
  • +1(877)556-6888
  • +1-888-534-6135
  • +1-888-218-5993
  • +1-855-393-4537
  • +1(877)777-8951
  • 0800-090-3829
  • +1(888)780-0587
  • +1(866)368-2344

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Google Chrome Critical Error Scam Sent by Cybercriminals