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Have you ever gotten caught in so many Microsoft Tech Support Scams you even though you might need custom training to help your enterprise with fraud prevention?

There are many ways this scam goes about. For example, somehow you come about a fraudulent phone number that you call to reach a fraudulent organization that claims to be Microsoft. We can explain you more about these ways if you want to contact us by -> clicking this link now and then filling out the form to contact Dynamics Edge for more information about Custom Microsoft Tech Support Scams Training and Advice - Dynamics Edge is a trusted official Microsoft Partner

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There are other ways such as blind guessing. How blind guessing works is that random organizations call random people (or, a variant of this is targeted) and claim to be from Microsoft Tech Support.

You may think you're protected or that you can catch these folks yourself with so-called "telltale signs" such as if they demand money from you, or have a funny accent. These are pretty vague, and pretty bad assumptions and you can still get tricked by scammers if you don't have the right assumptions about discerning real Microsoft support from a fraudulent organization. For example, sometimes scammers don't even want any money from you in the first place. They might want information from you, such as your secret intellectual property, or information about your personal identity, or other things that may be more valuable than money. Some fraudsters are so good at this that you may not have even realized that your information has been compromised, until it may be way too late.

A "funny accent" is also a really bad assumption. For example, what it means to be an "American" has changed over time - there are people from all over the world with different dialects. Moreover, we are more and more becoming less isolated as Americans and more integrated into the global society. Microsoft regularly uses trustworthy individuals from all over the world for tech support and other important functions, so many people with accents may actually be real Microsoft support. If you assume someone with an "accent" is a scammer, you'll have no way of telling the difference between a real and a fake Microsoft support agent. More and more fraudsters are looking for targeted patterns such as people who assume "American sounding people" are trustworthy, and this assumption can be used against you by a fraudulent organization to successfully steal all of your personal information or valuable company information, and leave you having to defend yourself against the fallout with possibly having to spend millions of dollars in some cases.

A variant of this is Microsoft phishing scams. Phishing can take place over email, over the telephone, and the concept is similar. A fraudster pretends to be Microsoft somehow, and tricks you into divulging important information to the fraudsters.

Don't let this happen to you. If you have any doubt whatsoever, contact Dynamics Edge right now to take proactive measures by clicking this link now and then filling out the form to contact Dynamics Edge for more information about Custom Microsoft Tech Support Scams Training and Advice - Dynamics Edge is a trusted official Microsoft Partner.

If you think you've possibly already been compromised, contact us immediately with the above link as we might be able to help you with emergency support depending on your case.

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