Geek Squad Scam Email Advanced Protection Invoice

Geek Squad Scam Email Advanced Protection Invoice

The Geek Squad billing scam is being sent by scammers attempting to frighten and trick potential victims into calling them at 1 (833) 857-0444, which is a fake PayPal customer support telephone number. Therefore, recipients of the fake email invoice are asked not to follow the instructions in it. They should just delete it. Those who have been tricked into disclosing financial information by the PayPal Geek Squad scam, are asked to contact their bank for help.

The Geek Squad Scam Advanced Protection Email Invoice

From: GeekSquad Billing

Sent: Monday, December 5, 2022, 05:52:01 AM EST

Subject: You received a new invoice (#48034994)

GeekSquad Billing

New Invoice


Due on December 23, 2022

Pay Invoice

Subscription Renewal

Invoice #48034994

December 5, 2022


Dear Customer

Download Invoice PDF


Dear Dear

Your Geek Squad Advanced Protection - Annual Plan $229.99 per year Subscription is ending today.

As the process of Auto-Renewal. We charged your account for this time with the amount of $229.99

Charges will be shown on your account shortly.

If you want to cancel the Renewal and claim the refund.

Kindly call support +1 (833) 857-0444

Thank you for your business.

©Geek Squad

Invoice summary

Geek Squad Advanced Protection (12 Months Subscription)




Total Due


GeekSquad Billing

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  • December 15, 2022 at 9:12 AM by an anonymous user from: Clearwater, Florida, United States

    I got this email as well but from "Square Up"

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