[Coco] Just got a call from my "computer technician"
barry.nelson at amobiledevice.com
Sun May 3 14:56:02 EDT 2015
Last one of these calls I got I said:
Me: I'm sorry, I'm sort of busy right now, let me get your name and number so I can call you back, and can you give me an address to mail a check to so I can pay for your service.
Technician: We take credit cards, I can take one over the phone.
Me: I don't have a credit card, I don't mind waiting till you receive a check though, I don't use my computer much.
Technician: Ok, you can mail a check to (gives address in India), and you can call me back at (gives phone number).
Me: Great, let me make sure I got that right, it's …
Technician: Yes, that is correct.
Me: Ok, I have to hang up now, I need to give this information to the US justice department. Have a nice day!
Technician: <Click!> <Dial tone>
On May 2, 2015, at 5:53 PM, coco-request at maltedmedia.com wrote:
> Date: Sat, 2 May 2015 12:10:16 -0700
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> I managed to keep the guy on line for almost 15 minutes. I felt pretty good that at least I could slow down the scam a little, tiny bit.
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