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Beware of telephone scams claiming to be Tech Helpline.

There are a lot of telephone scams taking place across all industries. Please be careful of impostors claiming to be Tech Helpline representatives. For your security, review this list of things that authentic Tech Helpline analysts will not do.

Tech Helpline analysts will not

  • – Cold call individuals
  • – Ask for payment over the phone
  • – Ask for credit or debit card information
  • – Ask for birthday, social security number, password, or other personal information
  • – Tech Helpline will not call you to sell you our service over the phone

Tech Helpline is based in the United States. We only call you back if you are a member of our service and left us a message requesting it. And for verification purposes, we may ask for your Realtor’s information.

“Every year, thousands of people lose money to telephone scams — from a few dollars to their life savings. Scammers will say anything to cheat people out of money. Some seem very friendly — calling you by your first name, making small talk, and asking about your family. They may claim to work for a company you trust, or they may send mail or place ads to convince you to call them.

If you get a call from someone you don’t know who is trying to sell you something you hadn’t planned to buy, say “No thanks.” And, if they pressure you about giving up personal information — like your credit card or Social Security number — it’s likely a scam. Hang up and report it.” ~Federal Trade Commission

To report fraud, please contact the proper authorities: