Complaint Review: Omni Tech Support
I was then turned over to another technician but I could not see what he was doing because there was a blue screen covering his actions. He was constantly hitting the refresh button and did download an Anti Malware tool. I was pressured to say "Yes" that my issues were resolved. I said the address was removed but I had no way of knowing if the infections were removed. I was told that I must say Yes for their records. I have doubts that there was anything wrong in the first place as my security system scans regularly and did not indicate a problem.
I would not have been so trusting but I contacted what I thought was the Microsoft company from a microsoft web page. When I phoned their number, I was instructed to type in the omnitech address and give the tech number to the person to which I was talking. I now suspect that I might not have had an official Microsoft web site. I hope I can prevent someone else from being a victum of these people.They probably know how to stay within legal guidelines but certainly not moral guidelines, preying on seniors like myself.
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