(614) 664-3096 Tech Support Scam

Tech Support   Google (Grand Central) BWI - Bandwidth.com - SVR
JusticeinTexas hunterhighrollerdonor

Tech Support scammer trying to pretend he is a British Guy and he answers with foul language.I think this scammer has gone round the bend. He answered Support the first time but now he just swears.


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Some helpful directory information about this number I found:

Carrier: Google (Grand Central) BWI - Bandwidth.com - SVR


Line Type: voip

Country: US

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