My android popped-up with a bogus warning from securitybreachdroid.com which has locked-out my phone from internet, saying i must pay $250.00 to reinstate service. I have never heard of securitybreachdroid.com. So, i typed this address into my desktop Because i couldn’t and still can’t access the internet from my phone). When i type in securitybreachdroid.com into desktop, it automatically takes me to amoory.com I now wish to take legal action against amoory.com does anyone have the company’s email address so i can’t write them to tell them of my disatisfation.
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