Complaint Review: http://experttechservice.com/
http://experttechservice.com/ 1st Expert Tech Services, Ltd. This company FAKES viruses in order to sell over-priced no-name anti-malware/anti-virus software Internet/ London, Nationwide
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Your Details has been sent to investigation dept for further checks
*General Comment: Expert Tech.com
*Author of original report: Update on experttechservice.com/
They continue with a cmd promt and type cd..cd.. then type "tree" probably 7 or 8 times to make it look like it is running a scan of some sort (and for a long time); then, while that was running They either type in or activate a macro that changes the text color to red and makes the last few lines say stuff like "38 instances of unauthorized access," or "47,000 attacks," "Computer failure soon."
Of course, these are entered as commands, so the computer response with "'38' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
Then comes the big, high pressure sales pitch -- all the while still connected to your computer.
Who knows what else they got into?
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