1-888-397-5636 email@example.com Best Buy Total Tech Scam Email
Scammers are asking potential victims to call 888-397-5636 using a Best Buy Total Tech or Best Buy TotalTech scam email to renew their support subscription. The scammers spoofed or make the Geed Squad scam email appear as if it was sent from firstname.lastname@example.org, to make it more convincing to potential victims.
Therefore, recipients asked not to call 1-888-397-5636 or 1-888-397-5635 if they are instructed to do by a Best Buy Total Tech email. They should instead, go to Best Buy's Total Tech legitimate website for information.
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