93001, 93002, 93005, 93006
Ventura Central, CA
The phone number 805-626-8403 is located in or around Los Angeles, CA. This landline number is registered with Bandwidth.com. There have been 244 searches conducted for this number overall. There are 12 user comments, the latest received on March 12th, 2023 and it has been marked as spam 12 times. This number has a current spam score of 100%. Below you will find additional detailed information:
they charged me $1,245 to renew my prime video
Voice-mail stating someone was trying to change my p***word on multiple accounts and please call if it was not me making those changes.
fake email used. phone number is from LA landline and NOT best buy or geek squad.
It was a email from an invoice from my pay pal thanking me for my purchase of Bitcoin
Wanted to correct a problem made while ***isting me with my computer. Would only need ten minutes and would connect my computer to their secure server. Very insistent. Call was unsolicited from me after having worked with the Geek Squad a few days earlier which proved unsuccessful. I said I was taking the computer to the store and he tried to talk me out of it. Very aggressive.
Said they were auto renewing my Norton antivirus service. The email has a gmail address and says to call billing at the number above. A scam
FRAUD ALERT. Be careful... tries to be Norton or other businesses. Scammer.
Received an email from [email protected] to say that my Norton Protection subscription has automatically renewed for the amount of $329.99. To cancel the subscription, I have to call on (805) 626-8403.
Text notify you that your bank account will be auto-debited to renew your (non existant) subscription. If you call, they identify as "Cancelation Department" but try to sell you on a subscription anyway. It's pure SCAM and SPAM.
Emailed to say they had renewed my subscription for Mcafee which I never had. The whole thing is a scam
Emailed updating my billing which I don't have. And lists their number to call.
Tried to have me renew a subscription that doesn't exist