• Report: #155999
Complaint Review:

One Call Long Distance And Navicomm

  • Submitted: Sun, September 04, 2005
  • Updated: Sun, September 04, 2005

  • Reported By:Lignum Virginia
One Call Long Distance And Navicomm
PO BOX 3141 Carmel, Indiana U.S.A.

One Call Long Distance And Navicomm And Instant Access Possibly related to pornography pop up ads made by Instant Access also a MalWare virus Carmel Indiana

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We have been fighting a type of virus called a MalWare Malicious Dialer. It has something called a 'Magic Controller' which fights against personal firewalls and virus protection programs. We have vulgar and explicit pornography ads popping up on our computer every few minutes so one day I clicked on it hoping to get some sort of information to where I contact the creator or company because I run a daycare and that's not a very day care thing.

At the end of their 'Terms and Agreements' statement was the company name "Instant Access Inc." within a few weeks I received a bill from One Call Communications Inc. for two minutes of on line long distance useage. The time matched the time of when I was trying to get info on this abnoxious porn pop up. So, thinking this was an unrelated company only in charge of billing, I paid the two minute charge.

A few months later, I was online registering for college. AGAIN, the porno pop ups were coming every few minutes making it almost impossible to register. I got so frustrated I actually broke my phone jack! A week later, I got another bill for two minutes of online long distance with the date and time matching when I was registering for classes. However, this time I had clicked on nothing and done nothing but close the pop ups. That is when I decided to research the companies.

I purchased a spyware protection and detection program and it found a Malware program that was described as a "Malicious Dialer" and in the name of this was 'instant access'.

So, I believe that somehow this rip off from Navicomm and One Call could be related to pop ups, maybe just porno pop ups but possibly other forms.

Lignum, Virginia

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/04/2005 11:16 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/one-call-long-distance-and-navicomm/carmel-indiana-46082/one-call-long-distance-and-navicomm-and-instant-access-possibly-related-to-pornography-pop-155999. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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