- Report: #880099
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Complaint Review: Omnitech Support
Omnitech SupportInternet United States of America
Omnitech Support SCRIPTED RIP OFF Los Angeles, Internet
*UPDATE Employee: Here, there is just flat-out misinformation in this complaint. we invite the readers of this site to draw their own conclusions.
*UPDATE Employee: Issue Resolved
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The first thing you get is the classic `how may I help`attitude. I had a small problem with Microsoft publisher and they told me it was because I had a bunch of infections (bullshit).
They said if I paid 300 bucks that they could fix the problem, i said no. But, as the sales game works, they highball you. They then said that they could offer me their support for only 200 bucks. I unfortunately said yes to their service, horrible idea. Sadly, they send you the Terms and Agreement AFTER you pay them!! I am so naive!
They then accessed my computer via remotely, and "optimized" my computer (bullshit).
The next day (today) I had a look at ripoffreport.com, and realized what a horrible mistake I have made.
They repeatedly told me that they were microsoft certified, and couldn't prove it. I asked them what qualification they had, and they wouldnt tell me, they said they aren't allowed to give that information....retarded!
If you gave money to them you might as well say goodbye to it. They are what we call a "professional" scamming company.
All I had to do was change my default printer to fix the original problem.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/09/2012 08:16 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Omnitech-Support/internet/Omnitech-Support-SCRIPTED-RIP-OFF-Los-Angeles-Internet-880099. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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