My wife found PC Help on-line and called them about problems we had with computer. They said they could fix it that we had several viruses and offered a package deal on 2 computers for $600.00. I said no way so they immediatley offered same deal for $250.00. We foolishly agreed and gave the a mastercard number that somehow got turned into a paypal paying them thru our credit card. Still have not figured that one out. They would work on it 2 or 3 hours, say it was fixed. We would call back and report it was not working. SDame process for 5 days and I finally said forget it. Took it to geek sqaud at Best Buy and they said it was loaded with viruses, which they said they had cleaned up. They showed me how to fix it myself in 5 minutes. I found out that they buy Hitman Pro to put on your computer and hope that fixes the problem, which cost them $20.00. I disputed it payment with credit card company but looks like they will get the money. They offered to settle for half without dispute but I said no. If they get the money I hope these crooks choke on it. .
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