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I had a phone call from a woman claiming to work .

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I had a phone call from a woman claiming to work for Microsoft. she said there was a problem that will affect my pc. I had to turn on my pc. and she would talk me through what to do. I was not sure how genuine this call was, so I rang off.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Microsoft
Expert:  KamilAnwar1 replied 2 years ago.
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You did the right thing, because the call was a scam to steal money from you.

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Microsoft will never call you to tell you that there is a problem with your PC and they need to remote in.

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