Advanced Indentity Protector Erie Pennsylvania

Complaint: I was having trouble with putting passwords in my computer. I called the computer carrier I have and no help at that time. At 1:00 I got a phone call from a person named Chris Benny, claimed was a AOL tech… He tried to sell me a device to protect my computer against Spam for $248.00 I said no thanks. During his sales pitch he showed me a log that was supposedly the email spams I get it was a white on black page.. still said no thanks… I did happen to copy down his phone number from caller ID 1-800-647-6976 before it disappeared from my caller ID About 4 hours later returned to my computer to work on it again and found 4 ICON that I never had. Under these Icon I was told that my files have been encrypted and I would have to pay a price to have them return… Amazingly under another one of the ICONs was the same white on black list of Scam mail I got… that amazingly disappeared shortly afterwards.. Found this 1-800-647-6976 listed to a Techonology Solutions in Detroit Michigan Later I found in the files of my computer on the day in question a company named ” aip “” had hacked into my computer… They are still watching everything I do

Tags: Computer Fraud

Address: I can not get rid of them. People with similar problem please contact the FBI Fraud office


Phone: your State Attorney Generals office. And good luck”

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