Omni Tech Support Predators Los Angeles, California
*UPDATE Employee: We greatly appreciate Ms. Johnsons patience in this matter and for writing again about the resolution that she received from OmniTech Support promptly.
*Author of original report: Omnitechsupport Redeemed
I made a simple request to remove an e-mail address from my sign in page and $139.99 and several hours later I realised I was a victim. A technician went into my registry and alarmed me by telling me my computer was infected and not secure. He was preying on my lack of computer knowledge to try to sell me a contract. I agreed to a one-time fix because he had me convinced my security would be breached and needed immediate attention.
I was then turned over to another technician but I could not see what he was doing because there was a blue screen covering his actions. He was constantly hitting the refresh button and did download an Anti Malware tool. I was pressured to say "Yes" that my issues were resolved. I said the address was removed but I had no way of knowing if the infections were removed. I was told that I must say Yes for their records. I have doubts that there was anything wrong in the first place as my security system scans regularly and did not indicate a problem.
I would not have been so trusting but I contacted what I thought was the Microsoft company from a microsoft web page. When I phoned their number, I was instructed to type in the omnitech address and give the tech number to the person to which I was talking. I now suspect that I might not have had an official Microsoft web site. I hope I can prevent someone else from being a victum of these people.They probably know how to stay within legal guidelines but certainly not moral guidelines, preying on seniors like myself.
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