Anyone who contacts you and asks to remotely access your computer is *always* a scammer -- no exceptions. It wouldnt matter if they sent someone to your door dressed in a police uniform holding a computer crime division badge -- its a scam. No company anywhere (or government agency) has the manpower to do personal, one-on-one contact with infected computer owners. Period.
I received a call from that number and didnt answer. They didnt leave a message. Then an hour later they called me again, so I answered the phone and it was a political poll. They dont want people calling them so they give a bogus number, but it really could be any one when you see 000-000-0. The best thing to do is to answer the phone and ask for the callers company name, phone number, and address. If they dont give you that information theres something fishy about them.
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