Fake Website (edited)

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I Googled an error code I received on my Quicken for Windows. The first answer that came up appeared to have a solution and a chat box. I typed my question into the chat box. Then the responder asked for my phone number, I obliged and received a callback from John Smith. He said he was the head of tech support with over 700 technical people reporting to him. With a very thick accent, he went on and on about how my email was being compromised which started making no sense. I asked if he was a Quicken employee, he said yes. I let him go on for another minute then hung up. I thought I was pretty savvy but they fooled me.

Just want you all to be aware this site is a SCAM. If Quicken has a place to report them, here is the website address:

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    Lesson well learned.
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