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My Nightmare date With AMMYY!!

Updated on February 8, 2012
What AMMYY really looks like to your computers
What AMMYY really looks like to your computers | Source
What your bank accounts and credit will look like when they are done...An empty pot of gold.
What your bank accounts and credit will look like when they are done...An empty pot of gold. | Source
What folks feel like when they have been duped by AMMYY
What folks feel like when they have been duped by AMMYY | Source

AMMYY is a social network disease you don't need.

I had a date with AMMYY this week. Some foriegn geek called me and offered me a chance to let AMMYY put her hands all over my personal things. He claimed she was Microsoft, and a lovely creation who would be an asset to me in my present situation and that I would enjoy all the things she could do for me. Apparantly he said some hacker in New York was violating my space on my PC and that AMMYY would help me get rid of this nuisance in my life.

He asked me to pay for AMMYY, a mere $355.00 for lifetime security protection. Like a condom to prevent any viruses on my computer forever. He swore that he was a licensed representive of Microsoft and that AMMYY would be my one and only hope to save my PC.

If you are offered a chance to let AMMYY into your life, tell the foreign maggot to go pound salt.

It's a scam that has been going on for quite a while and many have fallen for it, allowing a so- called representative of microsoft to introduce AMMYY into your computer, so that they can get access to your private information. The lifetime security they offer is bogus, and you pay for nothing. They claim that your computer was flagged as being hacked into, at an international alert site that protects all computer users. They feed on your fears that you might wind up with

an endless array of undesirables hacking into your private data unless you immediately allow them to fix the problem. Instead you could wind up being married to AMMYY and paying endless alimony from your online banking accounts and any credit you may have used online.

This is a warning to all after I was rudely interrupted by a call telling me that my computer was in jeopardy. They currently use the names "Business Solutions" but they change that all the time. Microsoft never calls you if there is a problem with your PC, they have a help line and support for that. So if your phine rings, and it's someone trying to get you a date with AMMYY

Tell them you are malaware of their sum sucking scam and that you would much rather run their useless heads through a wood chipper. Am I being haarsh...yes, but they are stealing money all over the U.S. from people who are not wise to their hooker named AMMYY.

The story you have heard is true. None of the names have been changed to protect the guilty.

If anyone has fallen prey to this garbage, leave a comment, if anyone has been called and revoked AMMYY's affections and infections leave a comment. That way we can document the vast amount of misery they are perpetuation on the good folks that use the internet for legal purposes. Thanks for listening~~~MFB III







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      Ruby Jean Fuller 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Thank's for the heads up. I have not heard from AMMYY but i will be ever so vigilant. Thank you, and may I say that i miss your poetry..

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      pbwriterchick 5 years ago

      Good to know, MFB! Good to see you around again too, my friend. :)

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      MFB III 5 years ago from United States

      Hey Ralph, It's been a long time, no robo for me, I'd end up a hobo...lol. thanks for your comments, glad you never met AMMYY.~~~MFB III

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      Ralph Deeds 5 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

      I haven't heard from AMMYY, but I get frequent calls from Robo Rachel offering to get the interest rate reduced on my credit card balances (I don't have any.). I've filed Do Not Call List complaints to no avail. If you'd like a referral I might be able to hook you up with Rachel.