855-339-0607 (Scammers)

  • They can't connect without your permission
  • Scam started in 2008
  • Never follow their instructions
  • Latest people reported the number as that of "Jim, 1-855-339-0607"
  • Around 37% of people reported it as "Scammer"
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10, Feb. 2018
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Try calling back and get a recording to remove from list but it continues to call regardless.

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22, Feb. 2018
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they tried to tell me they were from Microsoft and my windows 10 was removed from my computer I didn't believe them good thing!

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11, Feb. 2018
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said they were Microsoft windows services this is a scam do not respond!

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12, Feb. 2018
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They called and left a recorded message about my Microsoft Windows license having expired and that I would now lose service. Told me to call, but I didn't.

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13, Feb. 2018
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Robo-caller left a long message about my Microsoft license key being expired & Microsoft has stopped all service to my computer. To get the license reactivated I'm supposed to call some number. Repeated the message & the phone number. Managed to make it sound terribly urgent & scary. Didn't scare me & I won't be calling!

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15, Feb. 2018
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Robo call, left message about a Microsoft license expiring. Obviously a scam, I just blocked the number. So sick of this c**p.

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racer434
16, Feb. 2018
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I called back to see who would answer and of course he said his name was Alex but had a very heavy Indian accent. Asked what this was about and then tore him a new one as I am an IT guy and he hung up on me after I called him a scammer and threatened to report him to the attorney general

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Peggy
16, Feb. 2018
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Recorded message about the expiration of my microsoft windows .license Female voice - spoke very good English without an accent - very calm but stated it was very important & necessary I call back at this number..

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17, Feb. 2018
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Same story, a robocall informing me my microsoft license key had expired. I called back because my number is on the national do not call list and I hate soliciters and I had nothing better to do. A guy with a heavy Indian accent picked up, sounded like he was in a busy office from background noise. I asked his name, John, and where he was calling from, Microsoft Tech Support. I then informed him that I googled the number and the first hit was a site saying people were getting scam calls from this number, then I told him not to ever call back or I'd report the number. He hung up on me somewhere towards the end. If you're reading this John f**k you

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Mike M.
18, Feb. 2018
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They're at it again. left robo-message to call them because they were Microsoft Tech Support and my Windows license was expired or some such, Nothing better to do today, decided to play with them. Called back and acted exasperated and desperate. Told them I was running Windows 2.0 on my only computer a 286 that our deceased son bought us just before going missing in action in Iraq, that I was SO sorry I hadn't sent in annual payments but that I HAD to keep it working to continue talking to my dear dead wife via the word processor no matter the cost. I begged him to help me whatever the cost. He asked to put me on hold... didn't come back for quite a while, Then apparently hung up. Since it is a toll free number that I assume costs them money each time someone calls, as always I suggest posting it far and wide: "for a good time call..." 'free puppies: " "tell your political representative what you think hotline: "

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19, Feb. 2018
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Left message that they are microsoft and they are shutting my windows down until I call. To bad I use Andriod

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tracylynne
19, Feb. 2018
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Left a message that my micro soft license had expired and they had removed it from my computer. I actually called back and the guy told me my license was expired answered the phone "Microsoft Help Desk" I told him I had received his call and was calling back like I was worried. He tried to get me to go to a website in which I would not, told him I typed his number in Google and it says he is a scammer and I would not be renewing my Microsoft license because I know for a fact it does not ever expire. He tried to convince me he was not a scammer and I ask him how he can prove he is not a scammer he said "cause I love you" LOL I just told him about his self and hung up. Called him a liar. GEEZ! Do not fall for this c**p!

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20, Feb. 2018
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I read the above after receiving a call with a message. Definite scam. I didn't even listen to the message and blocked the number.

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David
21, Feb. 2018
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Returned call. Constant busy..

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Jim
21, Feb. 2018
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I called the number. I'm in IT so I know my way around a computer. The guy on the other end hung up on me because he could answer my questions. HA HA HA DO NOT CALL

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22, Feb. 2018
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scammer sounds familiar , same call 855 339 0607

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