Anytech365 Scam - Auto-Renewal of Support and Security Subscription

The Anytech365 emails below are scams. The scammers behind the fake emails are attempting to trick their potential victims into calling them so may they trick them into disclosing their personal and financial information. If you receive the Anytech365 email scam, which claims your so-called subscription will expire and money will be taken out of your account, please do not follow the instruction in it, just delete it.

Anytech365 Scam - Auto-Renewal of Support and Security Subscription

Anytech365 Scam Emails

Hi [email address]

Thanks for using Anytech365 Computer Protection Plan for the last 1 year,we love having you as our customer.

Your subscribtion has been Auto-renewed and your Account/Card has been debited by $399.57 .

If you have any service related or any other queries do not hesitate to call us on the number given below

Ca11 - +1(914)-208-2963

This is an auto generated email do not reply to this email


Anytech365 Support

We would like to inform you that your Any Tech 365 premium support & security subscription is going to expire today. Auto-Renewal automatically renews your subscription before it expires. This action makes sure that your protection is never interrupted. Any Tech 365 strongly recommends that you keep Auto-Renewal turned on to keep your digital life safer.. For more information call

Helpline +1-814-798-0207.

Your subscription has been activated the transaction of $340.00 will reflect in your account within the next 48 working hours.

As a reminder your Account/Card will be Auto-Debited for $340.00 For your Computer Service/Protection/Security license renewal for 15 months. We would like to inform you that this month we have served over 1 Million customers and you are one of them. We hope you will enjoy the service.

Thank You

Finance Team

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  • October 19, 2021 at 10:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Pinedale, Burlington, Ontario, Canada

    Received this today:

    email that it came from was:Aldenz Spadyl <>

    email it shows being sent to:


    We Are Renewing It For You!

    This Email Confirms Your Renewal For AnyTech365.

    Your visa card linked with your computer has been auto-debited for $297.77 for annual subscription.

    Have Issues With The Subscription?

    If you have any questions about this invoice or if you want to cancel the current subscription status, you can simply contact our customer support. Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM till 4:00 PM EST.

    Order ID : WRT5946372915

    Customer Support : 1(914)607-9825

  • September 15, 2021 at 10:09 AM by an anonymous user from: San Diego, Carlsbad, California, United States

    I get this email from ANYTech 365 about every month!?

    IF you call 1 917 268 1330, they want you to download something so there "TECH" guy can?

    I never let them and we get into a war of words and I end up just hanging up and I never see the charges on any of my cards.

  • September 15, 2021 at 4:33 AM by an anonymous user from: Province de Tétouan, Tétouan, Tanger-Tétouan-Al Hoceïma, Morocco


    We are sorry that you have been victim of a scam attempted, please be assured that AnyTech365 does not condone such dubious practices and we take such problems seriously.

    Our customer service is at your disposal for more information, below our email address for any need:

    AnyTech365 Team

  • September 2, 2021 at 10:07 PM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    Add this to my comments below that I just sent: I didn't have time to talk to this fellow and he gave me his name ( Michael) and phone number: 909341-6890

  • September 2, 2021 at 10:04 PM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I received a call today saying my subscription is not working any more and they want to refund my money? How do I protect myself and get rid of this on my computer. I took out a subscription in Sept. 2019 but have never done anything with it. I'm sure I was scammed!

    • September 3, 2021 at 5:59 AM by info

      Just ignore the calls and do not give anyone your credit card information over the phone. And, if you see any unauthorized charges on your card, report to your bank.

  • July 13, 2021 at 9:32 AM by an anonymous user from: Renens, Vaud, Switzerland

    AnyTech365 is a large-scale scam company.

  • May 28, 2021 at 5:26 PM by an anonymous user from: Riverside, Lake Elsinore, California, United States

    I encountered this ANYTECH365 scam. They told me that my subscription trial was set to expire and I would be charged $249.00 dollars. I told them to cancel and do not charge me. They showed me the program was already installed on my computer and that they were able to take control of the computer due to prior assistance they had provided me.

    The further said that in order to remove the software they would first need to refund the money to my bank account. They had me go through a series of steps to initiate the transfer of funds to my bank account, but then they said that an error was made and instead of the 90 dollars they said they were transferring, the amount was $9000.00.

    They asked me to return the money to them by buying gift cards in the amount of 500 dollars apiece since I didn't want to use my debt card. They asked me to log into my bank account to see that the money was indeed there.

    When I saw $9000.00 in my account I became scared that I now had that much of their money.

    Turns out, they didn't send me money at all; instead they just transferred money from one of my accounts to another of my accounts.

    So they were using my own money to make me believe that they had sent me the money.

    Don't fall for this scam.

    So evil.

    They used these numbers - 312-598-5193, 747-755-4060

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Anytech365 Scam - Auto-Renewal of Support and Security Subscription