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URGENT ALERT RE HACKERS, VIRUSES, AND DANGEROUS THREATs
Today I received an urgent, very loud, alert from what appeared to be Microsoft, telling me the computer was in serious danger from hackers trying to gain access to my personal information. I was instructed not to turn my computer off or leave the page and was afraid to exit. I was also instructed to call the phone number provided immediately. I was not aware of any MS security threat scams and was quite worried. The technician I spoke to on the phone assured me he was a licensed MS technician and that since my computer had already been hacked, all my personal information was in jeopardy. This was a first for me and decided it would be best to trust his judgment. He accessed my computer and seemed to think 17 hackers were attempting to take over my computer and said my entire security system was locked, so I would not be able to proceed without removal of the threat and the addition of a network firewall and an IP protection. He took me to a web page for RIGHTPCEXPERTS.COM in Tampa, and gave the impression they are affiliated with Microsoft. Because I am age 69 he offered me a "discounted price" of 299.00 and I was left to believe it was imperative, as all my devices were in danger. I was then referred to a second agent who said he would be able to remedy the problems with my PC. HE REMOVED MY SYSTEM MECHANIC AND THEN installed an AD BLOCKER, CC CLEANER, ANTI-VIRUS HACKING. HE SEEMINGLY CLEANED MY COMPUTER AND THEN INSTALLED A NETWORK FIREWALL, AN IP NETWORK ACCESS PROTECTOR. After I PROVIDED my credit card number for the charge of 299.00 I was told there was an additional fee technical fee of $120, that would be paid in 12 installments of 9.99, for a total of 420.00. I was so reluctant but thought I had no other choice but to proceed. Like another gentleman who was concerned about the legitimacy of this company, I am left wondering if they are a scam. MY INVOICE READ AM PC SECURITY, NOT RIGHTPCEXPERTS OUT OF TAMPA AND NEXWAY HANDLED THE TRANSACTION.
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Reminders.
Edit reminders: You can edit your reminders in the Cortana app on your phone or PC.Select Notebook > Reminders.You’ll see them all there. Cancel a reminder: To cancel a reminder you’ve already created, go to the Cortana app on your phone or PC, select Notebook > Reminders.You can delete it from there. To cancel a reminder while you’re creating it, just say “Cancel” at any time.
Watch your reminders count down in real time! RemindMe integrates deeply with Windows 8. Get toast notifications for reminders, see your next reminders on the live tile, sync your reminders across your Windows 8.1 devices, and stay up to date on the lock screen. You can even pin the compose screen to Start to quickly create new reminders.
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 8.1. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Mr. Reminder.
If reminders are not being managed by Group Policy, follow these steps to re-enable reminders. Outlook 2019, Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010 and Outlook for Office 365 . On the File tab, click Options. Select Advanced in the Outlook Options dialog box. In the Reminders section, select Show reminders. Click OK. Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003