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Thread: Microsoft certification is a licence to rip off the public?

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    Ext User(darren) Guest

    Microsoft certification is a licence to rip off the public?

    www.mytechgurus.com.au


    Any one had anything to do with this mob. They are top of the google
    list if you put in Microsoft support. They pretended to be able to
    resolve a microsoft rego issue ( a legit win 7 64 retail key listed as
    non gen.)

    I was on the kids system with nothing on it to worry about so I let
    them go for the remote fix. After finding a virus using a network port
    scan ( I have never seen the txt go red in a windows command line term
    or seen a port scan name trogens and viruses it found on the system)
    They then found some registry problems (Broken links) and told me that
    it could spread to the boot sector. They also told me that it could only
    be fixed remotely. It would seem that using the WD tools to erase the
    hard drive and set it as unused and reinstalling windows will not fix
    the virus problem they found. Good thing they can fix the systen for the
    one time fee of $144 or for a little more they can maintain it for me.

    I told the tek I will use the local teck that sold me the Widosze key
    and will not pay to have the system fixed. I then pulled the plug on the
    network connection.

    Ten minutes later they called me trying to sell teck support.

    It would seem a Microsof certification is a license to rip off the public

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    Ext User(Bob Milutinovic) Guest

    Re: Microsoft certification is a licence to rip off the public?

    "darren" <dronnospam@adam.com.au> wrote in message
    news:G_2dnRSlzMJ1sMTPnZ2dnUVZ_qCdnZ2d@adnap.net.au ...
    > www.mytechgurus.com.au
    >
    >
    > Any one had anything to do with this mob. They are top of the google list
    > if you put in Microsoft support.


    No, they're not. "support.microsoft.com" is at the top of the Google search
    results. What you've clicked on was a paid advertisement, which could've
    been paid for by absolutely anyone. Did you not notice the line which says
    "Ads related to Microsoft Support" at the top of the beige ad box?

    > They pretended to be able to resolve a microsoft rego issue ( a legit win
    > 7 64 retail key listed as non gen.)
    >
    > I was on the kids system with nothing on it to worry about so I let them
    > go for the remote fix. After finding a virus using a network port scan ( I
    > have never seen the txt go red in a windows command line term or seen a
    > port scan name trogens and viruses it found on the system) They then found
    > some registry problems (Broken links) and told me that it could spread to
    > the boot sector. They also told me that it could only be fixed remotely.
    > It would seem that using the WD tools to erase the hard drive and set it
    > as unused and reinstalling windows will not fix the virus problem they
    > found. Good thing they can fix the systen for the one time fee of $144 or
    > for a little more they can maintain it for me.
    >
    > I told the tek I will use the local teck that sold me the Widosze key and
    > will not pay to have the system fixed. I then pulled the plug on the
    > network connection.
    >
    > Ten minutes later they called me trying to sell teck support.
    >
    > It would seem a Microsof certification is a license to rip off the public


    Why didn't you call Microsoft in the first place, given it was a licencing
    issue?

    FYI, the people you were scammed by are _not_ certified by Microsoft;
    they're a scammer operating out of India who are the same people responsible
    for cold telemarketing calls telling you that you have a problem with your
    computer.

    Though they once were certified, Microsoft revoked their certification
    immediately when they got wind of their scams.

    There's no shortage of evidence; just have a flick through YouTube if
    nowhere else;
    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ter+phone+scam

    --
    Bob Milutinovic
    Cognicom


  3. #3
    Ext User(Don McKenzie) Guest

    Re: Microsoft certification is a licence to rip off the public?

    On 12-Oct-13 10:09 PM, darren wrote:
    > www.mytechgurus.com.au
    >
    >
    > Any one had anything to do with this mob. They are top of the google list if you put in Microsoft support. They
    > pretended to be able to resolve a microsoft rego issue ( a legit win 7 64 retail key listed as non gen.)


    Missing a snippet of info:
    Did you contact them because you had a problem, or did they contact you telling you that you had a problem?

    Cheers Don...



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