I have read everyone of the 159 posts on this board and I to have been scammed by this company. Here is what you need to do if you are a victim. After you get the bill from PPC call your long distance carrier and try to get the charges taken off of your bill. Call your local phone company and put a block on all long distance calls. Put a 10 -10 block on your phone. Call your dial up internet service and cancel it ASAP. Do not use the internet. You need to clean out your entire computer clean the hard drive take off all programs and reinstall all your software. Your computer will crash if you don't. Get someone who knows hot to do this. PC ON Call is a good outfit.
Call the BBB in Fort Worth Texas. Write letters to the FCC, FBI, the three credit agencies, Bedford NH Police Department, Fort Worth Police Department, Postal Department, your internet provider, local newspapers and TV news, your state attorney general office and the state of Texas and NH attorney general office. Keep a file and a copy of all your letters. DO NOT PAY ANY PPC CHARGES. They will continue to send you bills but do not pay as this is a fraud. If you pay them with a check then they will have your account number. You may need to change your phone number. Calling PPC is a waste as the phone numbers have been changed. Emailing John or George is a waste. If you call they will disconnect the phone. Do send a letter or letters to PPC to show them you are not going to pay and you want the charges taken off the bill now. The last resort is you may need to consult with an attorney just in case they go after your credit. Yet so far they have not tried on anybody as they just want your money without getting exposed.