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July 29, 2013

Trustworthy Computer Tech Support Services: You Won't Fall Victim to a Scam

Everyone needs computer tech support. Unfortunately, for a significant amount of Americans, a recent trend involving bogus offers of tech support has been becoming more and more common.

According to recent reports, the culprits are allegedly calling their victims and pretending to be Microsoft Support and offering help in removing viruses from their computers. Of course, the viruses don’t exist. In the best-case scenario, the callers are interested in trying to get a couple hundred of dollars from their victims to remove the viruses. In the worst-case scenario, the callers ask to be allowed to remotely gain access to the victims’ computers. When given that access, they install malware that aims to swipe the victims’ banking credentials. 

Because of scams like this, it’s more important than ever to employ the services of a computer tech support service that you can trust. These support services can be cloud-based, meaning they are able to monitor your entire computer network remotely.

By utilizing a remote support service, rather than receiving a phone call out of the blue saying your systems are infected with viruses, a trustworthy computer tech support service would remove the viruses as soon as they entered your system. Furthermore, the operators of that kind of service would be routinely in touch with you, and you’d develop a relationship built on trust.

Consider employing Apex Technology Services to meet your computer tech support needs. One of the things the company prides itself on is its network monitoring abilities, which include identifying and solving problems as soon as they arise. Apex’s ability to monitor your network remotely means that your networks will always be protected—and you won’t fall victim to a scam.

To learn more about the company, click here.




Edited by Justin Reynolds




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