A friendly computer scam warning from That Tech Jeff on how to avoid being scammed online

computer scam warning

A Friendly Reminder from Tech Jeff to help you Stay safe.

With so many people working from home these days the demand for online computer help has skyrocketed.

Along with this, the number of scams has also grown significantly. The frequency of these scams actually prompted Google to ban all third party tech support ads. Here are a few tips to help you avoid being scammed when seeking online computer help.

Always be sure to check reviews. Google reviews in particular cannot be faked. Follow this computer scam warning and stay safe.

The majority of these scams are geared at Seniors. Personally, I have always suspected they somehow have access to AARP.

I can’t see any other way these scammers find their Senior victims. This computer scam warning is especially important for Seniors to understand.

It has taken me many years to build a reputation of being extremely honest and fair.

While I am really good at tech my true love is simply helping people.

I am often asked “How can I trust you?”

My honest answer” “You don’t until you trusted me”. My business has grown by word of mouth, and I currently have more than 900 five star reviews. I repeatedly send my clients a computer scam warning as a reminder. Unfortunately even with this many of them continue to fall for these terrible scammers.

So stay safe and aware. Be sure it is YOU calling the computer repair person and understand that a legitimate online computer repair service will NEVER CALL YOU.

be safe

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