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Attempted SCAM to beware of; If you receive an email from a friend mentioning Amazon or other online services. DO NOT OPEN THE EMAIL. A number of individuals have been infected with malicious redirects that are sending email out to their email address entries in an attempt to steal personal information as well as implement a gift card SCAM. If you get one of these emails call your friend and ask if they actually sent the email. DO NOT REPLY TO YOUR FRIEND USING THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS, since this is a malicious redirect the scammer will receive the email and then reply to you attempting to initiate the SCAM. This is a very well organized SCAM. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you avoid the scam. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.





Today's scam we are warning you about is a scam pretending to be from McAfee renewed subscription. While the scam looks legitimate by using logos, and "somewhat" correct grammar, it still contains some red flags that are easily discerned. Again, the use of a private email account (also from the United Kingdom), and a long paragraph at the end of the email with terms and subject matter that is benign and has nothing to do with the content of the scam, is designed to fool security software... All scream this is a SCAM. NEVER RESPOND TO THESE SCAM ATTEMPTS, DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS, DO NOT PHONE DO NOT CONTACT. The email in reality is coming from India hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.











Today's scam to watch out for is an attempted scam using counterfeit LifeLock auto-renew subscription. While the scam looks interesting by using logos, and "somewhat" correct grammar, it still contains some red flags that are easily discerned. Use of private gmail email account (and you can see that this scam went out to 405 people with same order number, didn't know you had that many people on your account did you?), lack of your customer information, and private person sender... All scream this is a SCAM. NEVER RESPOND TO THESE SCAM ATTEMPTS, DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS, DO NOT PHONE DO NOT CONTACT. The email in reality is coming from India hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.









Today scam alert is for an attempted scam using counterfeit PayPal activity report. While the scam looks legitimate by using logos, and correct grammar, it still contains some red flags that are easily discerned. Use of private email account, lack of your customer information, and private person sender... All scream this is a SCAM. NEVER RESPOND TO THESE SCAM ATTEMPTS, DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS, DO NOT PHONE DO NOT CONTACT. The email in reality is coming from Utah hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.







Today we are getting reports of a scam that has every red flag imaginable. Bad grammar, spelling, use of personal email accounts by supposed government agents, country email source from locations not associated with the supposed government agent. While this scammer indicates he has 21 million dollars ready for you to receive... his attempt is not too convincing. This particular scammer asks directly for personal information and an immediate phone call. The important reason for our sharing this obvious scam is to remind you NEVER RESPOND TO THESE SCAM ATTEMPTS, DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS, DO NOT PHONE DO NOT CONTACT. The email in reality is coming from Japan hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.




Today's reported scam is an email purportedly from Geek Squad presenting an invoice via DocuSign with the header, "Invoice # HXT5642587" and listing a phone number from Camarillo California. This scam email looks legitimate, but has several common indictors that it is indeed a scam. These are common characteristics to look for to spot scams. These include an email address with a domain that does not match a valid DocuSign email. DocuSign has a .COM nota .NET. The email does not know your name and refers to "Dear Customer". The return email for Geek Squad is a personal account not a Geek Squad email. And the content includes improper capitalization of company names.And the all-inclusive links and buttons all direct you to non Geek Squad and non DocuSign websites. All of these are classic scammer "Red Flags", watch for them and you will avoid 99% of scam attempts. The email in reality is coming from the Philippines. Then the scammer provides a link entitled "REVIEW DOCUMENT". This link and all others will activate a redirect code that will infect your device and start stealing personal information. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.












A scam attempt being reported today is an email pretending to be from Outlook with the header, "Action Credential Expiry". This scam email looks legitimate, but very clearly you can see that the source email is coming from the Phillippines as indicated by the PH extension on the sender's email address, I do not believe that the Outlook headquarters are in the Phillippines. The scammer then lets us know that our email account password is expiring today and lets us know, "To keep using same Password, verify request below". Then the scammer provides a link entitled "KEEP SAME PASSWORD". This link will activate a redirect code that will infect your device and start stealing personal information. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in the Phillippines hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.



Another scam attempt being reported today is an email pretending to be from QuickBooksSubscription the header, "Renewal Confirmation" This scam email looks very legitimate, but still has the rookie error of showing the source email as a personal icloud account. The scammer then lets us know all about the renwal of our annual QuickBooks Business Essentials plan for $369.89 that has been paid for by an auto debit from our registered account. Then the scammer provides the regular "If you didn't authorize this transaction you have 24 hours to....." fairy tale. This scammer listened in his scam language class. The text content is spot on. Awww almost, the very last line says, "All right Reserved", so so close scammer but you messed up in the last line... so close. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER, DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.






Another scam attempt being reported today is an email pretending to be from Microsoft with the header, "Confirmation Your Order" This scam, at first glance, looks very legitimate, but still has the rookie error of showing the source email as a personal gmail account. The scammer then lets us know all about our $499 windows defender 1 year subscription that we have paid for (they also give us a $100 discount) Then the scammer provides the regular "If you didn't make this purchase" fairy tale. But the introduction to this explanation starts with "Dear ?". That is disheartening that the scammer does not know our name. Then begins the myriad of grammar and word order errors. Including the whopper, " You will be each plan period until you cancel by downloading to the Microsoft Defender plan from your PC." WHAT IN THE WORLD DOES THAT MEAN? The very last line mentions their Copyright, but the scammer confuses the "@" sign for a copyright symbol. This scam is entertaining from start to finish. BUT as always do not contact the scammer, do not click on any links, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in China hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.












Today's scam attempt being reported is an email pretending to be from the Geek Squad with the header, "We Are Renewing It For You" This scam looks very legitimate, but still has the rookie error of showing the source email as a personal outlook.com account. The scammer then lets us know that "We Love That You Need Us Even Genious get Lonely Sometimes" Oops I guess the plural form of genius was not covered in this scammer's English lessons. The remaining copy is accurate except for a little difficulty in the phrase " Will auto renew every 3 years unless you turn it off, no later than 48 hours Of before the end of subscription period". As always do not contact the scammer, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.




Today's scam attempt being reported is an email pretending to be from McAfee with the header, "REMINDER PAYMENT" and then we see that this particular email was sent to 479 people. Then the usual customer support phone numberfollowed by the opening sentence which quickly show us this scammer needs some additional English lessons.. "Thank you for trusting on us." All of the other text includes a host of grammar errors. The scammer thanks us for trusting him and lets us know we will be billed $399.99 for "3 years of full service" to protect our Laptop/Mobile/Tablet/ and "Crome Book"... oops scammer wasn't listening when the pronunciationof "Ch" was discussed. The sentence letting us know we can cancel is a total grammatical mess... "If you wish to cancel the transaction or you want to claim refund then please feel free contact us our customer support number as soon as possible" As always do not contact the scammer, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.








Today's scam attempt being reported is an email with the header, "Your personal data has leaked due to suspected harmful activities."and then the opening sentence is very telling it says, "I am a professional hacker and have successfully managed to hack your operating system Currently I have gained full access to your account."The hacker goes on to explain he has access to your computer's camera and has monitored "all your activities and watching you for several months." His access he explains is due to the fact that "your computerwas infected with harmful spyware due to the fact that you had visited a website with porn content." He then attributes his ability to access everything you have done on your computer thanks to this Trojan Virus, (guess he can't decide what type of infection your computer has) The bottom line... the scammer will share all of the nasty things you have done with your computer with, "all email addresses and messenger contacts of people you are in communication with on your device or PC". The scammer then explains what to do "to avoid this happening" 1300 USD in Bitcoin to his account. The scammer finishes up with "Trust me, I am very careful, calculative and never make mistakes. If I discoverthat you shared this message with others, I will straight away proceed with making your private videos public." As always do not contact the scammer, Do not interact with his bitcoin account, JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.






Today's scam attempt is in the form of again an email pretending to be from the Geek Squad using a gmail account (first red flag). I do not think Geek Squad would be usingbeefviewlybfoul@gmail.com as their email account. This scam email is informing you of "Invoice #xxxxx thank you for choosing Geek Squad". Of course the email includes the requisite grammar and spelling errors, (more red flags). Then the ever present phone number for "any queries" is provided, and of course the long discourse on how your membership has been renewed for $417.59. DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER. THIS IS HOW THE SCAM IS INITIATED, DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT CALL ANY PHONE NUMBERS doing either will launch the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.








Today's scam attempt is in the form of an email pretending to be from the Geek Squad using a gmail account (first red flag), informing you of "Your Personal PC Membership Renewal", the header lets you know that "Invoice Attached GS631845MC" but then the body of the SCAM email says this is "Invoice X38WS112" DOESN'T MATCH, ANOTHER RED FLAG. Of course a help line phone number is provided, and then a long discourse on how your membership has been renewed for $438.38. Then the bait with a hook "Count on our dedicated helpdesk for comprehensive support. To initiate the cancellation process for the protection plan, reach out to our Geek Squad AntiVirus helpdesk at" and then the phone number is provided. DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER. THIS IS HOW THE SCAM IS INITIATED, DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT CALL ANY PHONE NUMBERS doing either will launch the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.

















Today's scam attempt is in the form of an email pretending to be from Zachary Collins of the Geek Squad, informing you that "A yearly subscription is now possible", and then giving the message "The subscription was renewed for another year". Then of course links are provided to "Click here to opt-out from this message" It also provides a phone number, and then "If you need to Cancel your payment method, please contact our support team at xxxxxx" The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, ACTUALLY DO NOT CLICK ANYWHERE ON THE EMAIL, THE ENTIRE EMAIL IS A JPG IMAGE WITH A HYPERLINK THAT INSTALLS MALWARE ON YOUR COMPUTER as well as launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And as always DO NOT CALL ANY OF THE PHONE NUMBERS PROVIDED. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.














Today we are getting reports of a scam attempt in the form of an email pretending to be from Microsoft 365, informing you that "Your NetID xxxx password will expire on xxxxx", and then giving the message "We encourage you to take the time now to maintain your password activity to avoid login interruption". Then of course links are provided to "Keep My Password". It also warns that "Microsoft won't be held responsible for any account loss" The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, clicking will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. SIMPLY DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.








Today we are seeing a scam attempt in the form of an email pretending to be from FirewallMaxDefender Security, pronouncing that "We are thrilled to have your continued support through your subscription renewal", and then informing of an $872.72 completed payment Then it lets you know that the deduction will happen within 48 hours. Then of course phone numbers to contact them. The email is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The bottom line... DO NOT CALL ANY PHONE NUMBES... DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER this will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. SIMPLY DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify it. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.




Today we are seeing a very interestng scam attempt in the form of an email pretending to be from Jeff Bezos. "I'm Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, it's on this note that I'm informing the world of my intention to give out my Fortune of $124 Billion of my wealth to the lucky ones around the country and world at large." The first red flag is the domain extension of the from email address, ".am" lets us know that the email is coming from Armenia (I don't believe Mr. Bezos is in Armenia) The next red flag is the remainder of the from email address, Hakobyan is a common Armenian surname with the meaning "son of Hakob" (Armenian for Jacob). Also Tatev is a common Armenian girl's name (a well know Armenian weightlifter among others) The next red flag points at the scammers inspiration for the scam attempt. The email includes a link to a legitimate CNBC story about Bezos' intent to donate money. Very tricky scammer on the surface, but not very astute at hiding his or her identity. Yes indeed the email is actually from a scammer in Armenia hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The email includes an email to contact an agent to "proceed" and of course if contacted will initiate the scam. The bottom line... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER this will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you quickly identify and avoid this scam. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.


This particular scam, while pretending to be from CVS letting you know "You've been selected to receive an EXCLUSIVE OFFER!", it is actually from a scammer in Germany hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The email has a link "Start Now" Which if clicked will initiate the scam. There is also a link to let them know "If you no longer wish to receive these emails, you may unsubscribe by clicking here" DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS this will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you quickly identify and avoid this scam. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.



This basic format is popular for scammers and includes indicators to watch for that indicate a scam; those include: email coming from a personal account not a company account, company logo does not match the real logo, the message emphasizes how to get a refund. We have seen it purportedly from many different sources, but all scams. This particular scam, while pretending to be from McAfee, is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The email has a phone number to "call immediately and get back your refund" DO NOT CALL this will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you quickly identify and avoid this scam. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.



This basic format is becoming popular for scsammers. We have seen it purportedly from many different sources, but all scams. Features to look for that cry out SCAM include: Strange formating of the subject line ie underscores instead of spaces, mixed upper and lower case letters, irregular spelling. Another to look for is strange email addresses for the "to" as well as the "from" This "to" consists of 30 random letters @sabatiz.click Organizations in legitimate emails want their identity showing up clearly, not hidden and disguised like scammers want. This particuar scam, while pretending to be from Walmart, is actually from a scammer in India hiding behind several layers of counterfeit IPs. The email has links labeled as "Unsubscribe" as well as "GET STARTED NOW" and all links will result in launching the scam to steal personal information, infect your device, and steal funds. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE.
I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you quickly identify and avoid this scam. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.



We have had a number of clients fall for the screen popup warning of malicious software infection from Microsoft or a phone call that says "This is So and So from Windows Tech support, we have detected malicious software on your PC". DO NOT ANSWER DO NOT CALL SIMPLY HANGUP. Some clients that have contacted us have given the scammers access to their PC and their PC is now locked with what looks like the SYSKEY password lock screen. REMEMBER MICROSOFT / WINDOWS SUPPORT WILL NEVER CALL YOU UNLESS YOU HAVE REQUESTED THEM TO DO SO !
I have attached a screen grab of the resulting SYSKEY password lock to help you confirm that, if you see this your device has been hacked and that a scammer now has the potential to have stolen personal information. Take action to protect credit card, bank, and other sensitive accounts. As always remember MICROSOFT / WINDOWS SUPPORT WILL NEVER CALL YOU UNLESS YOU HAVE REQUESTED THEM TO DO SO ! DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY SUCH CALLS SIMPLY HANG UP. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message.



Today we are hearing from clients reporting receipt of an email purporting to be from GoDaddy with a subject line of "Verify this is you. Need help? Contact us. Customer domain:xxxxxx" "New password changed detected, verify this was you." Some obvious indicators that this is a scam are evident, such as, grammar errors, the originating email address misspells "godady.com" not too expert like to misspell the company you are pretending to come from. The email has a "Verify account" link to "help improve our services and ensure safety of your information and personal data."The email is a SCAM not from GoDaddy, but from a scammer in China hiding behind counterfeit IPs ... AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT SIGN IN, DO NOT CALL ANY OF THE NUMBERS. Doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email SCAM. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message




Today we are hearing from clients reporting receipt of an email purporting to be from the Geek Squad "pleased to confirm your prepaid GeekSquad subscription" Some obvious indicators that this is a scam are evident, such as, I am sure the Geek Squad would not be referring to their name in an incorrect format, using a gmail account to contact customers, obvious lack of understanding of the term "Subscription Duration"and not understanding how the "$" symbol is used. The email is a SCAM not from the Geek Squad, but from a scammer in China hiding behind counterfeit IPs ... AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT SIGN IN, DO NOT CALL ANY OF THE NUMBERS. Doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email SCAM. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message









Today we are hearing from clients reporting receipt of an email purporting to be from iCloud informing of a "Payment attempt failure while renewing your subscription for iCloud Storage" and then in a red background warning that"Your Payment Method has expired: update your payment details" and then links to click to "Update my payment details" as well as "you may unsubscribe by clicking here" ... AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with your iCloud account this scam phishing email is originating from a scammer in India hiding behind several counterfeit IPs.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message







Today we are hearing from clients reporting receipt of an email warning "New 2023 Full Mail Notification" and stating that "Your storage capacity is full and You must clear your cache" and then links to click to "Clear Cache"... AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with your email account this scam phishing email is originating from a scammer in China hiding behind several fake IPs.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message





Today we are hearing from clients reporting receipt of an email pretending to be from "Quick Books" titled "Payment Bill Copy" and outlining details of an Auto Debit of $980.00 USD with links to click and phone numbers to call to review details or "change/cancel this purchase"... AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN, DO NOT CALL ANY NUMBERS doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with QuickBooks and this scam phishing email is originating from a scammer in Russia hiding behind two fake IPs. The email does have some of the grammar mistakes common with scam attempts along with an obvious lack of disguising the originating email which clearly indicates its .ru origin. QuickBooks does not use a personal emailaccount out of Russia to contact its customers.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message





Today clients are reporting receiving an email pretending to be from McAfee reminding to "Reassure your McAfee is up to date." and then warning that "Your subscription of McAfee for your computer may end soon." The email goes on to say "Your PC might be unprotected, it can be exposed to viruses and other malware"Then a big link "RESTORE YOUR MCAFEE" for you to click... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN, doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device.SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with McAfee and this scam phishing email is originating from a scammer in France hiding behind several fake IPs. The email exposes some novice mistakes failing to disguise the originating email address, don't think McAfee would be contacting their winners using a personal email address out of France or using bizarecapitalization and non-English characters in the email description to attempt to foil email filters and scam detectors.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message





Today clients are reporting receiving an email pretending to be from CVS announcing "you may have_received_a reward!" and then stating "YOU ARE OUR WINNER!" The email goes on to say "Delivery fee may apply." Nothing worse than having to pay shipping for your prize Your customer number is listed and of course a link for you to click to "Check what you won" DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN, doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device.AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with CVS and this scam phishing email is originating from a scammer in India hiding behind several fake IPs. Pretty novice mistakes failing to disguise the originating email address don't think CVS would be contacting their winners using a personal email address out of England or using non-English characters in the email description to attempt to foil email filters and scam detectors.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message







Today clients are reporting receiving an email pretending to be from PayPal informing them of an unauthorized transaction from their PayPal account, and then stating "If this transaction is not Made by you then kindly call us for a query of this order otherwise, your $500.00USD has been charged today" The email goes on to say "If you want to cancel this order, give us a call on Helpline Number"...."DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN DO NOT CALL, doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device.AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT CALL, SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with PayPal and is originating from a scammer in India hiding behind several fake IPs. The scammer is not very competent and failed in many respects regarding disguising the email.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message





Today clients are reporting receiving an email pretending to be from American Express with the question, "Did you recently use your card ?" And then offers the FAKE appeasement, "To help protect your identity your access to your credit has been paused, We want to be sure that you made this transaction." The email goes on to tell you to "Sign ln and follow the simple step, Then our intelligent security system will connect you back instantly."DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT SIGN IN, doing so will start the process to steal personal information, and funds, and infect your device.AS ALWAYS DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS, DO NOT CALL, SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. This scammer has nothing to do with American Express and is originating from ascammer in Mexico hiding behind fake IPs. The scammer does not know how to spell American Express and I am pretty sure that AmEX does not use the email address cjantz@steveshada.com

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message





Today clients are receiving an email disguised as an emaiil from FedEx letting them know that they have a package "waiting for delivery"The subject line and from indications are not very well disguised since it indicates that the source is from "thecharlatans", NOT TOO TRICKY.In reality the email is coming from a scammer in India hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The email also includes addresses to write to and links to click to stop the messages along with big orange links to "continue" to confirm shipping details or "Schedule Your Delivery"AS ALWAYS DO NOT CALL OR CLCK ON ANY LINKS. Calling or clicking on links would start the scam process to steal personal data and funds. The email is NOT A VERY CONVINCING FAKE a SCAM simply DELETE THE EMAIL. The links and attachments will infect your device if clicked. As always do NOT click on links or attachments provided by the scammer. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINKS OR ATTACHMENTS

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message



Today clients are receiving an email purportedly from McAfee thanking them for their annual renewal of their McAfee Anti Virus account for $549.99. The subject line indicates the email is coming from the "customerservice jardez" in reality the email is coming from a scammer in India hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs.The email also includes a phone number to call in case "If you have any concerns of dispute or want to cancel your yearly subscription". (scammer needs to take an English grammar refresher course) AS ALWAYS DO NOT CALL OR CLCK ON ANY LINKS. Calling them would start the scam process to steal personal data and funds. The email is FAKE a SCAM simply DELETE THE EMAIL. The links and attachments will infect your device if clicked. As always do NOT click on links or attachments provided by the scammer. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINKS OR ATTACHMENTS

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email purportedly from a friend or acquaintance or company they have dealings with. This is a very well produced scam because the scammer has gotten access to the email address book of the individual or company that has your email address in their address book. Because of this the email will seem to be coming from this entity that you are familiar with. The subject line will read "approval needed for" followed by the name of the individual or company you know. The from line will show the name and email address of the entity you know. The to line will show the email and name of the entity you know. And the closing of the email will be the stolen footer of the person or company you know so it may have their name their phone number their FAX number their address and logos... this makes the scam email look very legitimate. In reality it is coming from a scammer in India hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs. The links and attachments will infect your device if clicked. As always do NOT click on links or attachments provided by the scammer. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINKS OR ATTACHMENTS

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email purportedly from Walmart informing them that they have won a prize from the Shopper Loyalty Program. They haven't bothered to update their graphics, the header image shows June 2021, I am pretty sure that it is 2022 and December...Also the email header has the format of the name Walmart all convoluted in an attempt to circumvent scam filters. (The number of scam emails, texts, phone calls, and FAXes is growing like crazy, be careful use common sense never click on links or use phone numbers provided by the scammer. You need to simply delete these scam messages) Then they provide a convenient link so you can "Check What You Have Won". DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK while they are pretending to be Walmart they are actually a scam outfit located in India hiding behind several counterfeit IPs (quite the complicated attempt). Clicking the link will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email supposedly from GoDaddy support service warning that your email incoming messages have been put on hold due to their recent updating of their database (The number of scam emails, texts, phone calls, and FAXes is growing like crazy, be careful use common sense never click on links or use phone numbers provided by the scammer. You need to simply delete these scam messages) Then they provide a convenient link so you can "verify your email" and thus be able to continue receiving and sending email. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK while they are pretending to be GoDaddy they are actually a scam outfit located in India hiding behind counterfeit IPs in Spain (quite the complicated attempt). Clicking the link will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT RESPOND OR CONTACT THEM their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email supposedly from PayPal confirming an order from Coin Base Global for a $953 purchase of Coinbase crypto currency.. (The number of scam emails, texts, phone calls, and FAXes is growing like crazy, be careful use common sense never click on links or use phone numbers provided by the scammer. You need to simply delete these scam messages) Then of course as always they indicate that the purchase will be billed within 24 hours and if you did not make the purchase a phone number is provided to cancel While it pretends to be from PayPal the scammer in reality is located in India and they are trying to get you to call them and that will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT RESPOND OR CONTACT THEM their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message



Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email supposidly from Geek Squad confirming that personal subscription is expiring and will be auto renewed. (The number of scam emails, texts, phone calls, and FAXes is growing like crazy, be careful use common sense never click on links or use phone numbers provided by the scammer. You need to simply delete these scam messages) Then of course as always phone numbers and links are provided to view the invoice and ask questions. The fake invoice from Geek Squad is for $284.76 and due today. While it pretends to be from Geek Squad the scammer in reality is located in India and they are trying to get you to call them or click on links and that will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT RESPOND OR CONTACT THEM their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about an email declaring Payment Done! and then referencing a $299.99 billing transaction by PayPal they are receiving. While it pretends to be from PayPal regarding a transaction with Geek Squad the scammer, a Felix King, is using a gmail account (not very convincing) the source IP is in reality located in India and they are trying to get you to call them and that will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT RESPOND OR CONTACT THEM their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about a FAX message they are receiving pretending to to be from the Deputy Oil and Wealth Minister of Syria asking for help in handling $59 million transfer of funds to the US to help his daughter. Sounds plausible, right ? The source IP is a well known scam source and they are trying to get you to call or email or contact them and that will be the initiation of the scam to steal personal information as well as money. DO NOT RESPOND OR CONTACT THEM their objective is simply to steal from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam FAX to help you identify and avoid the malicious FAX. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about a text message they are receiving on their cell phones pretending to to be from the Greater Nevada Credit Union informing them that their account had been temporarily suspended. The scam text message goes on to say that the link provided can be used to reactivate the GNCU account. While they are pretending to be from the Greater Nevada Credit Union in reality the scam text comes from a scammer in Brazil. The link provided will install malware on your device and take you to their scam website where more damaging software will be introduced to connect you to their scam center where they work at stealing from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam text to help you identify and avoid the malicious text. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your device checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about an email they are receiving pretending to to be from the Geek Squad with a copy of an invoice for their "order" for security protection or as they stated in the subject line your "ordar" (spelling in English is tough). The scam email then provides a link for you to review your invoice as well as phone numbers to contact them. While they are pretending to be from the Geek Squad in reality the email is from a scammer in India. The link provided will install malware on your device and take you to their website where more damaging software will be introduced the phone number will connect you to their scam center where they work at stealing from you.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about emails they are receiving purporting to to be from GoDaddy informing them that their email is going to be deactivated. That GoDaddy will disable their email account because the Service Agreement has not been accepted. The scam email then provides a link for you to prevent disruption. While they are pretending to be from GoDaddy in reality the email is from a scammer in India. The link provided will install malware on your device and take you to their website where more damaging software will be introduced.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by several clients asking about emails they are receiving purporting to inform them of prizes won and then links to activate or access their prize. They are pretending to be from Home Depot, gas stations, AMEX, Costco, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and even Coosco, what ever that is. They include several complicated links all of which will take you to scammer�s website in India. The From: indicates different names one that shows up quite often is Matthew Rivera. The Subject: refers to the various counterfeit company names including one that was supposed to be from Costco, but the line reads �Your coosco ends Tomorrow � please activate� You can�t make this stuff up some scammers just need to take refresher courses in how to scam. The body, along with the various links, indicate things such as �xxxx 50.00 sent to you from Costco� (where xxxx is your name or part of your email address) or �Use this e-Vouch before next Friday� or �Hoping only the best� one even said �swimmer beast suspenders� what ever that means. Also various addresses in New York and Georgia are provided. To close the scammer politely lets you know what time it is �9:35AM�

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

We have been contacted by clients asking about an email they are receiving purportedly from a source we have not seen before. The email is pretending to be from Newton Crypto LTD, a Canadian crypto currency firm. In reality the email is not coming from Canada but from the British Indian Ocean Territory. The email From: says �Newton support� and the Subject: says �Your Newton has been disable�

While the email has the requisite number of grammar errors, even in the subject line, it still looks legitimate. The scam is targeting a rather narrow field of potential victims, but as always remember it is a scam. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Starting yesterday we have been contacted by clients asking about an email they are receiving seemingly from a friend. The email is short and includes only one link that pretends to be for viewing some photographs. The email �From� line will show a friend�s name, a real friend�s name and the "Subject" will say "Message from _____" and then the name of one of your friends. The body of the email will repeat your friend's name and the message is simply, "Some photographs from last week - I assume you know most of these guys pretty well" Then a link is provided. The simplicity of the email and the use of a name that you are familiar with along with the message to view photographs makes clicking the provided link a real temptation� BUT the email is a scam. The friend�s name and your email address was stolen from your friend�s computer's address book, the link will take you to a scammer site in India where personal information will be stolen and the scam executed.

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email they are receiving purporting to include an attachment that is a "Paid Invoice", as to who it is supposed to be from, good question� the From: information most likely will show your name and the Subject: will show "PAID lNV : 8713". The links in the scam email include "You Have Received A Paid Invoice" as well as "View Attachment". And while the scam message indicates that the attachment is a pdf file in reality both will execute the attachment which is an HTM link that will take you to the scammer's site where they can begin their scam to steal personal information and steal funds. But upon utilizing scanning utilities and analyzing deeper we find that the email is actually coming from a scammer in Baden-Wurttemberg Karlsruhe Germany under the name of 1&1 Mail & Media GmbH. If searched you will find plenty of negative reports on them. A common theme found in the reports is summarized by this report which says: "a huge scam, it�s a site that uses hacking to spam persons; mainly friends and contacts that you have on your email contact list".

I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email they are receiving purporting to be from Best Buy Geek Squad. The subject reads, "Payment Invoice" and the From reads "Geek Squad". The email uses a technique to thwart detection and filtering by making the entire body of the email a jpg image file and no text. This makes detecting and filtering or blocking almost impossible. This is another twist used by scammers to thwart protection measures. The message contains a number of grammar errors, spelling errors and misuse of terms causing the red flag to rise. The goal of the scammer is to present you with their phone number which then gets you in contact with the scammers where they can begin their scam to steal personal information and steal funds. But upon utilizing scanning utilities and analyzing deeper we find through ESMTP id and SMTP id that the scam email is actually coming from a scammer in India. And the phone number will connect you with their scam center in Ahmedabad India. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

We are hearing from our clients regarding an email they are receiving purporting to be from Ukraine and asking for help in regards to challenges caused by the war between Russia and Ukraine. The From: "K" and the Subject: "GREETINGS PLS...," While the email says it is from Mykola Kruhlov using a gmail account in reality it is coming from a "Chief-Shich" in Tokyo Japan with additional hidden bounce from the little town of Shichikashuku in the Miyagi Prefecture Japan . But this is only a counterfeit IP used to hide the source of the original email which is Accra Ghana in Africa. Analyzing hidden IP addresses and ESMTPA ids hidden in the header information of the email discloses this true source of the email. The email has no graphics only a link to a hotmail account and the message is a common ploy used to steal personal and bank information to scam the receiver out of funds and account information. The email simply says:

Dear Please,
I am Mykola Kruhlov, I represent a top government official in Ukraine. Due to the current war between Ukraine and Russia, we need help to move out funds deposited in a finance house in a country i will disclose to you later. We need a trustworthy person to receive such funds into your account. You will be rewarded with 20 % of the total amount that will be transferred to your designated bank account, as long as you are willing to cooperate with us. Let me know if you are willing to work with us in this regard for further directives.
Regards,
Mykola Kruhlov.


As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are being contacted by clients asking about an email they are receiving purporting to be from Milwaukee Drill and Home Depot. This one is a temptation to click on since they are reporting that the recipient has won a prize. The subject reads, �You have won an Milwaukee Power Drill ID (B922B69)� (oops the scammer needs a grammar refresher course). Also the subject text as well as some of the text in the body of the email includes invisible characters that make detecting and filtering or blocking almost impossible. This is another twist used by scammers to thwart protection measures. But upon utilizing scanning utilities and analyzing deeper we find that the scam email is actually coming from a scammer in Libya. And all of the links provided in the scam email will take you to the scammer�s website in Libya and will infect your device with malware and steal personal information. Yes, in reality the email is coming from a scammer in Libya. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are getting inquiries from clients regarding a scam email that is one of the best forgeries we have ever seen. It comes in the form of a counterfeit email purporting to be from GoDaddy informing you of �Urgent Notice� and �You�ve got three days left to renew your domains� This scam email is built around an image grab of the real GoDaddy email image that GoDaddy uses to warn their clients of impending domain cancellations. SO THE SCAM EMAIL LOOKS PERFECTLY LEGITIMATE (except for one error). In the past individuals have said simply look at the �from� email address and you can see if it is legitimate BUT that is not always the case, and this scam email is a perfect example, the scammer spoofed the from email address so it looks like it is coming from GoDaddy. But if you use scanning utilities and analyze deeper you will see that it is actually coming from an email address that uses G0Daddy.com, which upon first glance seems legit BUT the �o� in GoDaddy is actually the numeral �0� zero. All of the links on the page look perfectly legitimate, because as I mentioned earlier, they are based on an image grab of the real GoDaddy document. BUT upon deep analysis it is found that the links will take you to the scammer�s website in Libya and will infect your device with malware and steal personal information. Yes, in reality the email is coming from a scammer in Libya. The only hint or error that gives you reason to doubt the validity of the email is found on the email image in the upper right hand corner, where it says �Need Help? Contact Us Info-Customer Number� in a legitimate GoDaddy email your customer number would actually be displayed. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email they are receiving and we want you to beware of the scam email purporting to be from GoDaddy informing you of �Action Required� since their automated prevention system had �detected content or actions that conflict with our security policy� and warning that �This account will be disabled if issues persist� and directing you to click on a link to �Login to your account using this prevention abuse system portal below� In reality the email is coming from a scammer in Columbia and clicking on this link will take you to a site trying to steal personal information as well as infect your device with malware. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are fielding calls from clients regarding an email they are receiving purportedly from McAfee with the message �Urgent: Action needed� regarding total protection subscription may end tomorrow and warning that after expiration your device will become vulnerable to hackers & viruses. It also indicates that 92 viruses were found (guess this imaginary virus protection is not very effective) and of course there are several links to click to �activate now� or �unsubscribe� etc. etc. As always DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS since that will activate malicious ISO files that will attack your device stealing information and installing malicious software SIMPLY DELETE. We have attached a screen grab of the scam email in question to assist you in quickly identifying this scam email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email they are receiving pretending to be from GoDaddy and we want you to beware of the scam email asking you to "Validate Your Email Account". The email looks somewhat authentic but does contain mistakes in the name of GoDaddy etc. The link in the email will take you to a scam site in China where they will steal information, install malicious software, and generally make a mess of your device. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email they are receiving and we want you to beware of the scam email purporting to be from Amazon asking you to "corroborate" your particular information. This scam is now officially the most humorous scam we have seen, not sure how to "vindicate" an account, but by their message that must be done or your account will fall into "suspense". And this scammer is looking forward to serving you in a "stylish" fashion. And to really impress everyone receiving this scam they close by letting us know that their customer service is addressing us "unfeignedly". These Chinese scammers need to take an English refresher course. The link in the email will take you to a scam site in China where they will steal information, install malicious software, and generally make a mess of your device. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are receiving questions regarding an email purporting to be from Netflix informing of an account suspension the email has several links to click to "retry payment" or "enter a new payment method" or "help" or "contact us" or "center" all of these links will attach malicious software to your device and begin stealing personal information. While this email says it is from Netflix, in reality the real source is hiding behind counterfeit IPs in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles BUT if you dig deep enough you will see that the message is actually from an organization called TECHNOGYM FRANCE 4, rue Nieuportb.P. 109 78143 VeLizy Villacoublay. I do not believe Netflix is headquartered in Villacoublay France. This true origin is also shown in the scammeers lack of knowledge of graphics and language... if you look at the graphic regarding your credit card you will see that expiration date is indicated by (MM/AA) we all know that should be (MM/YY) for month and year but the AA used is due to the fact that "Year" in French is "An". This scammer needs a refresher course in scamming. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email purporting to be from a PayPal employee named Leunam Jimenez letting you know that an estimate of $389.00 US dollars has been sent but then goes on to say thank you that you have already made a purchase of $389.00 towards a purchase of McAfee made with your PayPal. It provides a link to view your estimate as well as phone numbers to call if you want to cancel and get an immediate refund. In reality while supossidly coming from a PayPal email address service@paypal.com in reality it is coming from a scammer sharifkhan010296@gmail.com the links will infect your device with malware and proceed to steal personal information and the phone numbers will only confirm to scammers that you are a viable target for future scams as well as attempts to again steal personal information. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER BY PHONE SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries regarding an email being received purporting to be from the GoDaddy Helpdesk informing that action is required that a password has expired and providing a link to click to "keep same password". In reality the email is coming from and the link will connect to a scammer site, siasky, located in Reykjavik Iceland which will install malicious software on your device to steal personal information as well as infect your device with malware. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email they are receiving and we want you to beware of the scam email purporting to be from Quickbooks Intuit informing you of security upgrades and asking you to click on links and provide information. In reality the email is coming from a scammer in India trying to steal personal information as well as infect your device with malware. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and avoid the malicious email. As always DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK PROVIDED OR CONTACT THE SCAMMER SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are getting reports of an attempted scam it arrives as an email purportedly from GoDaddy with a From: Mail-Center.! informing you that you have failed emails. The Subject: lines reads READ NOW; 7 incoming GoDaddy E-Mails Failed To Deliver but then the body of the message says 2 have failed. The email in reality is coming from Singapore and the link provided will load malicious files to your computer in an attempt to steal personal data. As always DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and delete the malicious email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

We are getting inquiries from clients regarding an email they are receiving and we want you to Beware of the China Domain Name Registration Scam, Ignore Mails from .cn Mentioning Domain Conflict.

The China domain name registration scam, which was first reported around the year 2010, is still being carried out by fraudsters. Although the scam was first reported in 2010, the fraudsters behind it are still finding a way to try and mislead recipients into paying for a domain name that is not needed. The scam involves a mail to domain owners from .cn that is from registrars based in China claiming that another company has just attempted to register a domain with them which contains the targeted domain owner�s trademark. If users do respond to the email, the scammer will claim to have halted the registration in order to protect the targeted individual�s intellectual property, and if the email recipient doesn�t recognize the entity attempting to register these domain names, that they should respond immediately to protect their trademark. If the targeted individual responds by email or by phone, the scammer will then try to get them to register these domain names involving .cn for several years upfront with the registrar running this scam. There have been several blog posts from domain owners regarding this incident, and some of them claim to have received a bill amounting to over $6,000 every year. These emails are from fraudsters, and there is no need for any website to register under .cn for any reason.

I have included a screen grab of the scam email to help you quickly identify the scam attempt. As always DO NOT RESPOND TO OR CLICK ANY LINKS IN THESE EMAILS� SIMPLY DELETE. This is a serious security threat which could lead to identity theft, financial losses or unauthorized use of your personal information. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Our clients report receiving an email informing them of upcoming upgrades to their Intuit Quickbooks accounts and to click on a link in the email to upgrade their account security. The message says in part (with a number of spelling and grammar errors): "Due to recent complains from our customers, we are currently upgrading account security to help secure your account transactions. All your payments has currently been put on hold. To upgrade your account security with us login below and verify your email xxxxx on your account with us."

While the email seems to be coming from Intuit in actuality it is a scam email originating from Singapore from ashleggsh and is attempting to collect personal data and infect your computer. Make sure to not click on anything and simply delete the email. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to assist you in identifying the scam attempt. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are getting reports of an attempted scam it arrives as an email purportedly from Lowes Congratulating you and letting you know you have been selected for an exclusive offer to take a 30 second survey and then receive an exclusive reward. It provides a link for you to "start". The email actually comes from a scammer cleanmachacom hiding behind a counterfeit IP in Reykjavik Iceland The link provided will activate an ISO file which will infect your device and begin to steal data. As always DO NOT USE THE LINK PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and delete the malicious email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page and leave a message

Today we are getting reports of an attempted scam it arrives as an email purportedly from GoDaddy informing you that you need to update settings to keep your workspace email working. It provides a link for you to "Update Your Settings". The email actually comes from Brazil, espaciobasfcom and is hiding behind several counterfeit IPs. The link provided will activate an ISO file which will infect your device and begin to steal data. As always DO NOT USE THE LINK PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. I have reported the scam to both GoDaddy as well as the registrar for the scammer's email account. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and delete the malicious email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Today we are getting reports of an attempted scam it arrives as an email purportedly from GoDaddy informing you that your email password is going to expire today. It provides a link for you to keep using your active password without disruption or as the scam email says �disrusption�. The email actually comes from Buenos Aires Argentina and is hiding behind several counterfeit IPs. The link provided will activate an ISO file which will infect your device and begin to steal data. As always DO NOT USE THE LINK PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify and delete the malicious email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web tip: Today we are getting reports of a new and increasingly utilized scam attempt. It arrives as a text on your phone or as an email purportedly from the US Postal System informing of a mis-delivered parcel with links to re-schedule delivery. The notice in full is �U.S.P.S. *Parcel was returned to our depot. Kindly re-schedule below� The message then provides a bitly link (bitly is a service that provides users with the ability to shorten ip and email addresses to ease response) While the bitly service is legitimate it is being used more and more by scammers to hide their actual link addresses in hopes of being more successful in their scam attempts. In this particular case the bitly link actually will take you to a site out of Reykjavik Iceland� which I am sure is not a location utilized by the U.S. Postal Service. As always DO NOT USE THE LINK PROVIDED SIMPLY DELETE. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: Web Tips of The Day: scam that presents itself as an email from GoDaddy informing you that of your email account is going to be suspended and that you can recover your email if you click on the provided link to verify your account. The email looks very legitimate at first glance but some errors are noticed when looking closer. The �from� in the header is �Godaddy� which is incorrect capitalization for that company name. Also when the properties of the return email address is analyzed you will see that it is Godady.com which again is a misspelling of the company name. The email is a scam and the link will launch an ISO file which will infect your device and begin to steal data form you. The email actually comes from China and is hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs in an attempt to hide its true identity. Bottom line DO NOT CLICK ON THE ATTACHMENT JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: scam that presents itself as an email from PayPal thanking you for shopping and them invoicing you for $124.84 and that the amount will be deducted from your account within 24 hours. It lets you know if this is in error you can call the phone number provided. The phone number is to a scam outfit poised to steal information and tap in to your bank account. The email actually comes from China and is hiding behind a number of counterfeit IPs in an attempt to hide its true identity. Bottom line DO NOT CLICK ON THE ATTACHMENT DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: BEWARE Scam to beware of today. This is a scam that presents itself as an email with an �attachment invoice receipt� There is indeed an attachment but it is an ISO file which is laced with a remote access trojan. VERY BAD. The email has been passed between several counterfeit IPs in its attempt to hide its true identity. Bottom line DO NOT CLICK ON THE ATTACHMENT this will install a remote access Trojan on your computer letting the scammer do what they want to your computer. JUST DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email. And if you have clicked on the attachment or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

UPDATE ON THE VOEEV SCAM BEING PROPOGATED ON FACEBOOK ... We contacted facebook as well as posted warning on facebook regarding this scam... what did facebook do? They removed our warnings saying that our posts did not meet their guidelines, and they rejected our report.

Web Tips of The Day: BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE Scam to beware of today. This is a scam that presents itself in a number of ways with the greatest impact via their Facebook posts. It is a company that purports to be a company selling a host of Christmas products. The scam website indicates they are located in Delaware and they give a phone number that is indeed in Middletown Delaware number but when you call the number the company that answers lets you know they have been inundated with calls from people that have been scammed and that they have reported the scammers. In doing a trace of the SCAM website name voeev.com I found that it is a scam group out of China. I have reported the scam to the domain name providers in China but they seemed to not care about scamming going on. Avoid the site and warn your fellow Facebook people to beware of the scam. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM website and they present themselves in several different ways on Facebook. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. This is a scam with a twist... a large Happy Thanksgiving day! The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be customer billing coming from McAfee informing you that your 15 day free trial has expired and that you have been auto debited $291.43 on your account. The email actually comes from Nigeria hiding behind several counterfeit IPs. The message has a number of gramatical errors making for entertaining reading. The email includes phone number to call for questions or to cancel (since "We want to see you happy"). But as for the email as always DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER OR RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES... DO NOT... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be customer billing coming from McAfee informing you that your free trial has expired and that you have been auto debited $382.99 on your account. Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of this email they are receiving purporting to be from McAfee. The email actually comes from Nigeria hiding behind several counterfeit IPs. The message is full of gramatical errors making for entertaining reading. The email includes phone number to call for questions or to cancel. But as for the email as always DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER OR RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES... DO NOT... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be from GoDaddy Support informing you of illegal activities on your account. Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of this email they are receiving purporting to be from GoDaddy. The email actually comes from Australia hiding behind several counterfeit IPs. The message is full of gramatical errors making for entertaining reading. The links in the email that indicate you can "Review Email Account" actually will execute a PHP file which they have hacked into a website owned by an Australian medical service located in Sydney. The PHP file will attempt to steal information from your computer and redirect you to questionable websites. We contacted the company in Australia and informed them of the fact that their website had been hacked and what PHP files to look for. But as for the email as always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES OR CALL THE NUMBERS... DO NOT... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be from GoDaddy Support informing you of your email deactivation that you requested and includes a bright green link to click to cancel the deactivation. Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of this email they are receiving purporting to be from GoDaddy. The email actually comes from the world capital of scammers 197.210.65.100 Osun Ikirum Nigeria. The links in the email that indicate you can "Deactivate Cancellation" actually will execute a PHP file which they have hacked into a website owned by a spice wholesaler in Haryana India. We contacted the company in India and informed them of the fact that their website had been hacked and what PHP files to look for. But as for the email as always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES OR CALL THE NUMBERS... DO NOT... SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be from GoDaddy Support telling you "Read Now: Important Action Required Immediately By GoDaddy". Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of an email they are receiving purporting to be from GoDaddy. The scammer shows his lack of English prowess when he closes the scam email with "Sincerely GoDaDaddy Inc." Can't make this stuff up. The email itself comes from an IP in India but it utilizes a popular technique to take control over your computer. The links in the email that indicate you can "Fix Your Credentials Now" actually will execute a PHP file which they have hacked into a website owned by rahultonagaria which is a photographer in Haryana India. I contacted the photographer in India to the fact that their website had been hacked and what PHP files to look for. But as for the email as always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES OR CALL THE NUMBERS... DO NOT. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email purporting to be from JP Morgan Chase Support requesting that you Confirm New Activity. Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of an email they are receiving purporting to be from JP Morgan Chase Support. The email itself comes from an IP in India but it utilizes a popular technique to take control over your computer. The links in the email that indicate you can check your account for the latest activity actually will execute a PHP file which they have hacked into a website owned by Embutidos Caula which is a meat processing company in Girona Spain. I contacted the company in Spain to the fact that their website had been hacked and what PHP files to look for. But as for the email as always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES OR CALL THE NUMBERS... DO NOT. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today. The scam comes in the form of an email with the following headers purporting to be from Symantec Security� "From: Mail Delivery System This is the mail delivery agent at Symantec Email Security.cloud. I was unable to deliver your message to the following addresses: xxxxx@xxxx.xxx"

Today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of an email they are receiving purporting to be from the Symantec Security informing of a failed email from them to various email addresses. (in reality the email comes from India routed through several counterfeit IP locations) The email has several phone numbers listed as well as email addresses and links to click. Additionally it includes a very nefarious attempt to trap you. The email says �HI xxx.. I have a company in Asia that needs to send me a wire. Can you get me all info so they can send me money they owe. Please find attached bank transfer� There is a blurry image labeled �Wire transfer copy XLS� just sitting there ready for you to click� oh the curiosity sets in, and we all know what curiosity did for the cat. In reality the image is not a link to an XLS file but is a link to a PHP file that if clicked executes and infects your computer. As always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR IMAGES OR CALL THE NUMBERS... DO NOT. Some of our clients did call and were told to allow the scammer to take control of their computer by remote access software. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question as well as the scam wire transfer XLS image to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today Payment-Confirmation; Invoice-No# 237926 $387.51 USD Latest SCAM... today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of an email they are receiving purporting to be from the Geek Squad as notification receipt for a charge of $387.51. The first red flag is the from email Boonyariy Lamphaisan 6443272002@dru.ac.th the extension of TH lets you know the email is originating from Thailand and I am pretty sure Geek Squad is NOT headquarted in Thailand. They also provide a phone number to call. As always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL DO NOT CLICK ANY LINKS OR CALL THE NUMBER... DO NOT. Some of our clients did call and were told to allow the scammer to take control of their computer by remote access software. This email and SCAM is originating from Thailand and if you reply to them then they know your email is valid and they will sell your email address to other scammers at the very least at the worst they will attempt to get control of your computer and steal information and funds. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today Website Design Computer Optimization Latest SCAM... today we are getting calls from clients asking about the validity of an email they are receiving purporting to be a reminder regarding an annual Computer Maintenance service subscription automatic renewal and a non-refundable charge of $199.99. They also provide a phone number to call to terminate subscription. As always DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL OR CALL THE NUMBER... DO NOT. Some of our clients did call and were told to allow the scammer to take control of their computer by remote access software. This email and SCAM is originating from India and if you reply to them then they know your email is valid and they will sell your email address to other scammers at the very least at the worst they will attempt to get control of your computer and steal information and funds. SIMPLY DELETE THE EMAIL. We have attached a screen grab of the SCAM email in question to make it easier for you to identify the attempted scam. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today Website Design Computer Optimization Today we would like to make you aware of a scam today we are getting reports from clients of an email disguised as an email in the form of an email purporting to warn of an impending end to your premium trial period and that your credit card on record will be used to automatically renew. The scam email goes on to say if you want to cancel the automatic renewal that you should call 929-224-5129. In reality this is a known scammer phone number and the scammer is attempting to steal personal information as well as install malware on your device. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS and DO NOT CALL THE PHONE NUMBER, simply delete. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify the culprit. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and optimized... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Scam to beware of today Website Design Computer Optimization Scam to beware of today we are getting reports from clients of an email disguised as an email in the form of an email purporting to advise of a Norton security plan charge. The scam email advises that a call to 1-833-901-1506 will allow for cancellation of the subscription. In reality this is a scam email attempting to steal personal information as well as install malware on your device. As always DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS and DO NOT CALL THE PHONE NUMBER, simply delete. The phone number is a know scammer and the email is coming from an IP in China hiding behind a number of counterfeit IP addresses. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email to help you identify the culprit. And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and restored... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: Scam to beware of. Website Design Computer OptimizationToday we are getting reports from clients of an email disguised as an email from GoDaddy purportedly warning of an impending password expiration. In reality the email is a phishing attempt coming from an IP located in Nigeria hiding behind a number of counterfeit ISPs. We have attached a screenshot of the scam email to help you identify it. As always do not click on any links and do not respond simply delete. You can also forward the malicious email to GoDaddy to report receipt of an attempted phishing scam. Just forward the malicious email to abuse@godaddy.com And if you have clicked on a link or if you have difficulty removing adware, spyware, ransomeware, or viruses or if you want the security and performance of your computer checked and restored... Contact us and we can help you, this is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: Warning regarding malicious text messages currently going around. Website Design Computer OptimizationEvery so often, a malicious cyber threat appears that targets text messages and messaging apps. These threats are not malware, nor are they able to steal money or data. Instead, these �malicious texts� or �text bombs� are more like practical jokes that can crash your phone and make it annoying to use. Sometimes, these messages are harmless enough to simply ignore and delete. Other times, they�re engineered well enough to prevent your phone from rebooting. But now, a new text bomb is making the rounds again � and this time, it�s a bit more serious than your average practical joke. If this malicious text is opened, it forces your chat app to crash to the point where it must be reinstalled from scratch. This means every message and photo you sent in your chat history is gone forever. Here�s how you can spot and avoid this dangerous prank. This rogue text message has begun circulating on WhatsApp that can completely disable the app and prevent it from booting again. When viewed, the message prompts an infinite loop of crashes that can only be reversed by deleting and reinstalling the app. This comes with a major downside, however: Your entire chat history is destroyed! How is this happening? As it turns out, it�s the same exact method that other prank messages use. These texts (or contact cards, in some cases) contain characters from non-Latin alphabets that your phone (or WhatsApp) has trouble rendering. If the language is obscure enough (and the user doesn�t have it installed on their device), it can force the app or device to crash. As of now, the malicious text is primarily being sent as an ordinary message, although some users are sending contact cards (vcards) with the glitchy characters filled in as the name and address. This has the same effect on the app should you make the mistake of opening it. The worst part is: It�s not just random pranksters sending this message, but anyone that wants to crash another person�s phone. If you have a friend prone to online trolling or jokes, they might send it to you as well. The only way to stay safe, at this point, is to be cautious about which messages you open and avoid anything that looks out of the ordinary. And if you have received this and opened or if you have difficulty removing mailbots, adware, spyware, ransomware, or trojans that are infecting your computer, we can help you with that. Restore security and speed to your computer. That is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: Today's warning to be aware of is a US Mail scam. Website Design Computer Optimization We normally warn of scams spread online but the scammers are taking advantage of this coronavirus situation and sending scams in the mail. The latest one is one of the most authentic I have ever seen. Here�s what�s happening. People are receiving what appears to be a thank you letter from Best Buy for being a loyal customer. With the letter comes a $50 Best Buy gift card and a free USB drive. I have attached a picture of the scam mail. To take advantage of the gift card, you�re instructed to plug the USB drive into your computer to find out which items you can buy with it. But here�s the rub: It�s a scam. Not only is the gift card worthless but the USB drive is loaded with malicious code ready to infect any PC it�s plugged in to. I have attached an example of a scam letter you might find in the mail. As always DO NOT PLUG THE USB DRIVE INTO YOUR COMPUTER ignore and destroy the USB drive� The Best Buy scam isn�t the only way criminals are getting malicious USB drives to unsuspecting victims. Some are actually sending care packages to �uplift people�s spirits� during this pandemic. And if you have received this and inserted the USB or if you have difficulty removing mailbots, adware, spyware, ransomware, or trojans that are infecting your computer, we can help you with that. Restore security and speed to your computer. That is a service we offer our clients. Just call (775) 885-8106, or use the Chat Live function at the bottom of this page or visit our contact us page

Web Tips of The Day: Today's warning to be aware of is a phishing scam email. Website Design Computer Optimization Our clients are contacting us today regarding an email purportedly from their internet provider email service server informing of incoming email being held due to an SSL port error and directing them to click on a hyperlink to rectify the error and receive their email being held. The email looks legitimate since it is sprinkled with references to their actual email address. The email is a SCAM and needs to be deleted immediately. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS IN THE EMAIL SIMPLY DELETE. Upon analysis of the email in question we see that the email in reality is coming from an email account in China hidden behind multiple counterfeit ips. The link in the email that the text urges you to follow will take you to a scam account in Saudi Arabia where your personal identity data will be stolen for scam purposes. DO NOT CLICK... JUST DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email so you can easily identify it. And if you have clicked on the link or if you have difficulty removing mailbots, adware, spyware, ransomware, or trojans that are infecting your computer, we can help you with that. Restore security and speed to your computer. That is a service we provide for our clients. Just email, text or call.

Web Tips of The Day: Today's tip is a warning to be aware of a phishing scam email Best Website Design Hosting Sierra Resource Our clients are contacting us today regarding an email purportedly from Netflix informing of account suspension due to a billing error on their profile. The email is a SCAM and needs to be deleted immediately. DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS IN THE EMAIL SIMPLY DELETE. Upon analysis of the email in question we see that the email in reality is coming from an email account in Hessen Darmstadt Germany hidden behind multiple counterfeit ips. The link in the email that the text urges you to follow will take you to a scam account in Saudi Arabia where your personal identity data will be stolen for scam purposes. DO NOT CLICK JUST DELETE. I have attached a screen grab of the scam email so you can easily identify it. And if you have clicked on the link or if you have difficulty removing mailbots, adware, spyware, ransomware, or trojans that are infecting your computer, we can help you with that. Restore security and speed to your computer. That is a service we provide for our clients. Just email, text or call me and let me know and we can set up a time to come by.

Web Tips of The Day: Today's tips are warnings to be aware of a couple of scams to be on the lookout for, the first a phishing scam fast Custom Website Design Hosting Sierra Resource coming in the form of an email purportedly from Amazon asking for a review of your recent purchase and offering you a $50 voucher as a reward. Several of our customers have called asking for advice on this email they have received. The posted screen grab of the email in question will help you to spot this phishing attempt. This one purports to be from Amazon but in reality is a phishing attempt originating from an IP in China and hiding behind a counterfeit IP in Nigeria. As always do not click on any of the hyperlinks in the email they all will take you to sites that look legitimate but in reality are designed to steal your personal information. The best response to this email is SIMPLY DELETE IT. And if you have trouble removing adware, spyware, malware, ransomeware, or if you inadvertently clicked on the email... Give us a call (775)885-8106 and we can help you.

Warning, another scam to be on the lookout for is a phishing scam coming in the form of an email purportedly from Chase informing Affordable Custom Website Design Hosting Sierra Resource of a suspension of an online account due to some unusual activity made on your account today . Several of our customers have called asking for advice on this email they have received. A posted screen grab of the email in question will help you to spot this phishing attempt. In reality the email is a phishing scam from an IP address in China to steal personal data. If you receive this email simply delete... DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS IN THE EMAIL. You run the risk of infecting your device with malware and having personal data stolen... JUST DELETE. Attached is a screen grab of the scam email so you can identify it easily.... and as always if you have clicked on the email or have difficulty removing malware, ransomeware, viruses or need your computer's security and performance restored... text, email or give us a call and we can help.




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