Swift Creations Reviews - Swift Creations Scam or Legit

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Melissa –

Victim Location 38109

Total money lost $1,800

Type of a scam Tech Support

They are devils from "Hell". They called me on the phone and said,my computer was connecting to a money laundering scheme and Homeland Security wanted to get my permission to use my computer in order to catch the thieves,(remotely) and protect me.(Lies). They said,they wanted to deposit $2000.00 into my bank account and use this as bait to catch the thieves.

They wanted access to my account so they could deposit the money. They flashed a screen on my computer(Showing they had deposited the money into my account) Lies..Then they called me back and said,they had made a mistake and they wanted me to return the deposit.(Lies). I fell for it after working with criminals for 20 years.

I feel so helpless. Then they instructed me to go to Walmart and purchase $1800.00 worth of IPHONE gift card. I did and they were on the phone with me instructing me on what to do.(A horrible nightmare). They wanted me to return the fake deposit. I came back to my house and remotely sent them the numbers only on the gift cards and they told me to deduct $200.00 for my expenses(Lies).

Then a light went and I told them,this was a scam and I was going to report them to the authorities..They locked my computer and when I tried to call..no answer.Bad expensive experience,but learned a lesson. When I hear a foreign voice on my phone I hang up quick..They are thieves from Hell….

Kara –

Victim Location 54956

Type of a scam Tech Support

Sarah Watson calls to tell you that you have a virus on your computer and tells you to pay by going to the post office to send her the money. There was another number 1-888-245-6440

Robert –

Victim Location 63122

Type of a scam Tech Support

Received cold call from the "Technical Department for Windows" (caller ID said New York, 917-820-8240) telling me there were errors on my windows log and that they had been sending me messages about them via the log. The caller started asking questions about how many people used the computer. I played dumb and asked if I could call him back. He gave the name Jacob Macwan, though from his accent I think it is unlikely that it is his given name and said I could call back at 888-388-5010 and said that he was with Swift Creations. I saw a report on scamguard that Swift Creations did a similar ploy to someone and charged them hundreds of dollars to "fix" their computer remotely.

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