Microsoft support scammers are back, or never went away / 2015-09-11

2015-09-11 Microsoft support scammers are back, or never went away
Today a missed call from +99994723523. There is no country code +999 so this is as fake as it can be for a caller-id.

And still caller-id is treated as very valuable evidence by the police, but that is a different rant.

A google search for the number suggests this is a number used by the Microsoft support scam. Nobody was available to be scammed.

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