June 24, 2024
n this eye-opening episode on ScamTV, we dive deep into the heart-wrenching tale of Dennis and Joy, a senior couple from Texas, who fell victim to the devious tech support scam now know as the Phantom Hacker Scam. Join us as we unravel the shocking events that led to the loss of this couple’s life savings, leaving a stark warning for all.

Upon receiving a sinister message on his computer, supposedly from ‘Microsoft,’ Dennis was duped into believing that malware was filching his personal and financial data. Trusting the recognizable brand, he didn’t question the authenticity of the warning and, in a bid to salvage his digital security, inadvertently handed remote access of his computer to the very scammers he hoped to thwart. Watch the video to see how this sinister scam is implemented.

At Stamp Out Scams, we believe knowledge is power. We are dedicated to providing you with the tools and insights to protect yourself and your loved ones from these digital predators. Remember, scammers are constantly evolving their tactics, but together, we can build a fortress of awareness.

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If after watching this video, you would like to donate to a GoFundMe established for the elderly victims shown in this video, please click on the link below. This fund was established by caring family members.

Also, for information provided by Microsoft relative to tech support scams, click on the link below.

GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/80-year-old-aunt-uncle-would-never-ask-for-help

Microsoft Link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/protect-yourself-from-tech-support-scams-2ebf91bd-f94c-2a8a-e541-f5c800d18435#:~:text=If%20a%20pop%2Dup%20or,like%20Bitcoin%2C%20or%20gift%20cards.

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