Web Tech Solution Auto Renewal Scam

Web Tech Solution Auto Renewal Scam

Do not call 1-830-542-4139. This is because the fake Web Tech Solution Auto-Renewal email below is a scam, which asks recipients to call telephone number 1-830-542-4139 to cancel their membership before it auto-renews. The fake emails are being sent by online scammers who are attempting to steal their potential victims' account credentials, personal and financial information. The scammers may also ask their potential victims to give them remote access to their computers. If the scammers are given access, they will steal personal information and install spyware and other malware on their victims' computers

A Web Tech Solution Auto Renewal Scam

From: Ryan Williams <webtechservices3@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2020, 9:26 AM

Subject: Web Tech Solution Auto Renewal

WEBTECH ID : TECH 42374216436

Dear Customer,

We appreciate your support by taking our services over the years. We value all contributions to our WEBTECH SOLUTIONS online services. Your membership make up the livelihood of our organization.

We know that you might have forgotten about the renewal, so we just wanted to take this time to remind you that your membership has been automatically renewed with $369.99 using the card details saved in our server system.

Your payment will be reflected in your bank statement within the next 3- to 4 working days.

If you would like to cancel the auto renewal and opt out of it or if you want any special security services for your computer simply call us to speak to our customer care executive.

We will be happy to update any service requests or payment preferences or guide you through the cancellation process.

Our working hours: 8 am EST to 6 pm Est (MONDAY TO FRIDAY)

Our customer care toll free number: +1-830-542-4139


Ryan Williams (Senior system supervisor)

TEL: +1-830-542-4139

Your auto-renewing subscription billing plan ensures continued services for the next 5 years with auto-upgradation of security softwares of your computer.

Recipients of the fake emails who were tricked into disclosing their credit card information to the scammers are asked to contact their banks for help before their cards are used fraudulently.

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