Question about Computers & Internet
Hello. Immediately telephone your credit card company and report what is happening and cancel that card. Regarding your computer, turn it off and take it to your local staples or other computer store and have them repair it for you. Everytime you have it on until it is devirused, you risk having that bogus company doing you more damage. J.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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