818-925-6207 (Scammers)

  • They can't connect without your permission
  • Scam started in 2008
  • Never follow their instructions
  • Latest people reported the number as that of "Susie, F them"
  • Around 50% of people reported it as "Recorded Message"
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12, Dec. 2017
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The recorded message continues to call until you answer your phone and then it calls every few hours all day long.

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15, Dec. 2017
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Several calls from this number telling me that some function has been suspended on my computer.

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15, Dec. 2017
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Stated my Microsoft Windows key expired. Wanted to sell computer security and tech support. I called Msn tech support and they.said this was a hoax.

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20, Dec. 2017
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Robocall telling me my Microsoft license had expired, and I needed to call them right away. at 818-925-6207.

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23, Dec. 2017
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call telling me my Microsoft license had expired, and I needed to call them right away. at 818-925-6207. my computer works just fine

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Kim
9, Jan. 2018
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Message on my voicemail said that my computer was frozen until I called them at 818-925-6207 At the same time I could not log into my computer! My password was not working. I had to re-boot and was able to get on that way. So weird to get the fake tech support message AND I could not log into my computer.

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24, Jan. 2018
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I fell into the scam described in the video. Wish I saw this video before allowing these scam artists into my computer

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29, Jan. 2018
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Scammer

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31, Jan. 2018
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robocall from "Microsoft" telling me that my account has been suspended until I call them at the "toll free" number 818-925-92o7. Beware!!!

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9, Feb. 2018
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I see I'm not the first to get called about such BS!

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14, Feb. 2018
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More BS and will continue until everyone becomes vigilant and unresponsive to this trash

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12, Feb. 2018
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robot call and stated my microsoft license had expired and to call this number toll free 818-925-6207 right away. I did not call and my computer works fine.

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Scott
13, Feb. 2018
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I recognized the robo-voice on the recording as a common "Microsoft" Windows scam where the caller claims to be "tech support" - this guy claimed my "license" had expired and he was going to "restore" it. So before I called the number (the same as all the others here), I loaded Skype, turned my MP3 Recorder app on and called - and recorded the ENTIRE conversation.. Having 35 years in small computers, programming and IT is a bit of an advantage, but I'd still like to meet these jerks face-to-face for what they cost people. I'll figure out some way, somewhere, to post the recording, as the guy is smooth as silk, even when I asked him "what version of Windows do I have" and he wasn't even close. Ask them certain things about your system - these guys will NOT know the answers. I just love to torture these guys and waste their time!

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13, Feb. 2018
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Called and said my license had expired and to call this number don't even know how they got my number

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13, Feb. 2018
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Called and said my Microsoft he had expired and to call back at this number did not do it

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13, Feb. 2018
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Called me today saying "urgent that I contact them at 818-925-6207 as my Microsoft expired." Why can't these scammers get caught and prosecuted.,,

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