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Security Expert Fools, Records Fake Antivirus Scammers
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11/17/2012 | 7:27:09 PM
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Victim of Fake Anti-Virus Software Scams Shares Her Story: http://www.onlinethreatalerts....
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5/25/2012 | 2:53:53 PM
re: Security Expert Fools, Records Fake Antivirus Scammers
One of my users got a call from these cons, but was smart enough to only play along a little to see what they were up to.- She actually got the guy to give her his phone number, even though caller ID came back blocked.- Now, every now and again, I call him back and mess with him.- Playing along with his script until I felt like turning it around and creatively insulting him and belittling him in various ways.- If anyone else would like to join in on the fun, while the number is still active, it's 209-965-7943.- They harass us and our users, now its our turn!


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