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I think itís time to break out the deep fryer.
Originally Posted by Austruck
Originally Posted by John McClane
Yo, ya'll won't believe this ****. Those tech support scammers are now relying on brick and mortar companies to ensnare victims. I can't go into too much detail but I will say...do NOT ever call any tech support numbers listed on any documentation inside boxes from retailers. Go straight to the website and contact them using that info.
Wait, what? Do you mean, for instance, if a video game box [I know nobody buys video games in physical form anymore--humor me] has contact information for the company, you shouldn't call that phone number?
After what I witnessed the past couple days Iíd say yeah. Donít ever call numbers in boxes.
Nothing better than ending/starting your day, riding dirty on 85 😏 before the sun comes up and losing all power.

Like, we know the aliens are here. They canít be bothered to teleport me instead of waiting for AAA to dispatch a tow?

Thanks a lot, Zoron ..i..
The only customer service numbers Iíve ever had any luck with are the ones scratched in diamond font on the stall of a bathroom.
Originally Posted by John-Connor
I call the first number I can find/see if the video game box is within arms length, I'll call that number..
I'm just shocked that it doesn't get you something legit. Good warning, though. I do typically head for a company's website anyway since I hate talking on the phone.
Originally Posted by ynwtf
Hum. I keep getting this number is no longer in service =\
Awwwww, so sorry but this service is unavailable in strickly controlled diet areas
I call the first number I can find/see if the video game box is within arms length, I'll call that number..
Originally Posted by John McClane
Yo, ya'll won't believe this ****. Those tech support scammers are now relying on brick and mortar companies to ensnare victims. I can't go into too much detail but I will say...do NOT ever call any tech support numbers listed on any documentation inside boxes from retailers. Go straight to the website and contact them using that info.
Wait, what? Do you mean, for instance, if a video game box [I know nobody buys video games in physical form anymore--humor me] has contact information for the company, you shouldn't call that phone number?
Hum. I keep getting this number is no longer in service =\
23846264338327950288

That's a free piece of pi for someone
gosh i need to watch wild wild west movie again lol