Report: #140545

Complaint Review: Alyon Technologies

  • Submitted: Tue, April 26, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, May 09, 2005
  • Reported By: Tallassee Alabama
  • Alyon Technologies
    One Harmond Plaza
    Seacaucus, New Jersey

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Please don't pay these clowns a cent. That is the one thing I forgot to say in my complaint to all of you. Please don't pay these crooks! They can't do anything to us, except harass us until our federal, state and locals finally decide to protect us from them. This is a nightmare that only we together know about.

Tallassee, Alabama
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#1 Consumer Comment

Alyon is at it again, now over seas! the FTC & the US Attorney Generals let them go, now they know they cannot be touched by the USA corruption

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

AG's Office Says Computer Virus Linked To Phone Scam

Virus Apparently Enters Computer Through Software
A computer virus is hijacking phones and making long-distance calls to a variety of far away -- and expensive -- places.

The virus enters the computer through downloaded software, then uses the computer's modem to repeatedly to make overseas calls.

Phone companies alleged to have been involved are in far-off countries off the Pacific Ocean.

The Kentucky Attorney General's Office said that some small nations use the virus to cash in on the high-access fees charged to incoming international calls. The long distance carrier in this country, which is required to pay the fee, passes the cost on to the customer.

Kentucky Assistant Attorney General Harold Turner said that in 2004, his office received more than a dozen complaints and was part of a multi-state action against Alyon Technologies, of New Jersey, in a case that involved modem hijacking and other problems.

Turner added there's little the Attorney General's Office or the Kentucky Public Service Commission can do to reach outside the United States to recover the charges.
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