PcUpdateSupport.com

Never returned my call after charging checking account.

 

My Complaint: After contacting Verizon company I was transferred to a PC Update Support representative, a gentleman claimed my IP address was hacked and they gained access to my PC to alleviate the problem after charging my checking account in the amount of $300.00. After 3 weeks of it not being fixed(which there was no problem to speak of) after my PC tech. checked it out, I contacted my back and stopped payment. I had called and was transferred to a supervisor and he never called back.

 

My Demand: A full refund of the $300.00 + $30.00 in stop payment banking fees

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