Windows PC Care impostor Review

Company called and said they are Windowspc.care. They said they saw I recently bought computers. They said they were closing their doors and wanted to refund my money. They asked me what kind of stores I have around me, I said Walmart. They told me to go to Walmart and purchase three $500 Walmard cards. Once back home, call them and give them the numbers off the back of the cards. The scammers said I could use the cards at any Walmart I wanted to. They asked me for my Debit card numbers. I told them to send the refund money directly to Walmart and I would pick it up there, they said they could not do that and hung up.

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