(805) 283-0300 Tech Support - Set top boxes (Roku, etc) Scam

Tech Support - Set top boxes (Roku, etc)   Zipwhip Messaging

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happyclam highroller

New number for the Tamil-Tampa Fake Roku Activation Scam Gang. Website https://www.enter-link-code.com/ includes text-based chat feature. See their posting on the SEO spam site https://writeupcafe.com/community/members/enter-link-code/profile/classic/ for a sample of their "work." See the thread here for more info on this scam family: https://bobrtc.tel/central/d/55341-florida-llc-associated-with-the

 

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Set-top entertainment box scams are a variation of the common Indian technical support scam. In this scam a victim is often having trouble performing authentication or activation of their Roku device or an entertainment package or channel. The scammer convinces the victim that they must take control over their home computer to fix the problem. Instead of guiding the user to directly follow the on-screen directions on their Roku device, they instead mask the problem as an issue with the victim's home computer and proceed to charge for services they do not need or wanted.

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Some helpful directory information about this number I found:

Carrier: Zipwhip Messaging

Subscriber:

Line Type: voip

Country: US

Cameron
Cameron kinghunterdonor

Vouching for this number and publishing it.

Cameron
Cameron kinghunterdonor

Upon verifying, they called me back on (813) 642-7095; which links back to a Netpros LLC.

happyclam
happyclam highroller

Yes, that's the one. Still alive but not spending as much on toll-free numbers these days.


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