877-283-8354 (Scammers)

  • They can't connect without your permission
  • Scam started in 2008
  • Never follow their instructions
  • Latest people reported the number as that of "Dell Tech support, John S"
  • Around 80% of people reported it as "Scammer"
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Annoyed Dell customer
4, Apr. 2017
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They are Indian scammers impersonating Dell tech support calling you to try to get you to let them access your computer to install virus on your computer and then they will offer to sell you "repair" program to remove the virus they installed. They have info for your name, home address, email address along with computer model and service tag because Dell server was hacked or these are the criminal lowlife Indians employed by the Dell outsourced tech Dept. in India. Legitimate calls from Dell are only to return a customer's phone call. Dell never calls a customer out of the blue.

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16, May. 2017
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I got the Dell Scam! I let them remotely control my computer and they sounded so real. I was so stupid as smart as I am about scams. I called the real Dell Tech support and they had to fix registry keys for me and check it out for me.

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Annoyed Dell customer
4, Apr. 2017
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Scum Indian scammers have called me using these phone numbers: Dell warranty support phone number 800 624 9896 800 288 4410 AND these phone numbers:: 804 234 1425 315 367 7457 609 503 7035 877 790 3355 800 433 2392 877 283 8360 These are the most recent phone numbers used by the Indian scammers. They have been calling me for over 2 years ever since I purchased my Dell computer and had it serviced by home visit under warranty, and there are too many numbers to list them all.

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Outraged Dell customer
4, Apr. 2017
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Why don't all Dell customers file a action lawsuit against Dell??!! For breach of security of our personal information subjecting us to financial terrorism by the Indian scum they outsource tech support to?!! These degenerate Indian criminals are on Dell's payroll. Dell is paying them and giving them access to the Dell database which contain our personal information to scam us!!!

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Darnell Sandoval
5, Apr. 2017
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Thank you for posting this information. I don't know if Dell has any connection with these scammers, but I have filed a complaint to FTC. I believe they will investigate these scammers. I'm just ignoring their calls now. I hope people can find these reports and avoid being scammed by these criminals.

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Annoyed Dell customer
5, Apr. 2017
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If they tell you they have personal information about you such as your full name, email address, type of computer you own along with the service tag number and details about when your computer was serviced, then they are the Indians who have access to the Dell customer database. There is no other way for these scammers to obtain all this detailed information about you. It is a way for them to get your guard down and scam you, because it makes you think that they must be legitimate tech support callers since they have all this detailed personal information about you

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20, Jul. 2017
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I agree with you 100%. Dell is to blame for this.

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12, May. 2017
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I have received at least once a day since last week. They threatened to shut my computer down. LOL

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17, May. 2017
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Told me they noticed 2 unauthorized devices on my network and wanted to show them to me. Asked me to open RUN screen and a command prompt and wanted me to type something in. Got suspicious and hung up. Glad I did not press enter. THANKS HP FOR TELLING CUSTOMERS YOU WERE HACKED - He had all my info and laptop serial number.

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John S
20, Jul. 2017
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A good piece of advice I've learned after dealing with this type scam, not just Dell but any suspicious call from a company with personal information. Tell them you will call them back, but do not ask for or use any number they give you, tell them you will look up that company's customer service number yourself to verify why they are calling.

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