askpcexperts Cleverbridge Scam: they put viruses in your computer to get and keep your business Internet
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Re: Cleverbridge/Systweak
Cleverbridge is an e-commerce company that invoices products. When you call to complain their customer support is well trained . They refuse to let you speak to anyone else in the company. They are a pay pal company and I have reported them to pay pal.
Ask PC experts has various ways to get your attention. In my case a person with a strong Indian accent intercepted a phone call I was making to an ad virus that got stuck on my computer. I believe they put the ad virus on my computer. You are told they are microsoft engineers. They take remote control of your computer via Team Viewer. I have been in touch with team viewer and they use their service illegally. They immediately tell you you have viruses in your system. (I only had my computer two days and I was freaked) They then sell you a service contract. I signed up for the service in March and I was constantly having to call them with issues. When an issue couldn't be resolved they tell you a supervisor will call you and they never call. I realized I was scammed when I tried to install Adobe Pro X and after spending two hours with Adobe support (they were terrific) we determined all of my programs had been removed from the c drive and put on the D drive.
When I called to complain, again I was told a supervisor would call: no call. I called Cleverbridge as they were on my invoice. I was told to write to Systwek. I did: guess what : no reply.
This company also installed software on my computer I did not ask for.
This company is being investigated internationally.
DO NOT CALL OR USE THIS COMPANY OR ANY COMPANY SIMILAR. I am going to call Microsoft tomorrow and file a complaint since they are claiming to work for microsoft.
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