The Best PC Doctor Review

Beginning on December 18, 2014 I have been harassed by this company, which initially appeared to be helpful but ultimately fleeced me of $2469.81. In what in hindsight appears to be a pattern occurring about six months apart, they call me to inform me that there has been spyware or an outdated "License" for some software on my computer and that Windows or Word is corrupted and I need to pay them several hundred dollars to fix it. They threated that my computer will crash and add more and more "security programs" to my computer. At this point I fear identity theft from this "company" and believe that if I do not continue to pay them regularly their spyware will freeze my computer.Stay away from these people.

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