Thursday, November 16, 2017

Scams Are Everywhere! Stay Informed!

Are you worried about scams?

Are you aware of how to stay safe from bogus emails?

Is your network protected?

There are a lot of scams, viruses, and data breaches going around! It’s important to stay up to date on the latest scams. At Network Services Group, we want you to be mindful of the things going around so you can be proactive. We want you to know how to check to see if you’re receiving emails from an unsolicited source.

Bogus Domain Name Renewals

We’ve seen a lot of this going on lately. People receive an email telling them "This is your Final Reminder… This Notice for: (YourDomain.com) will be terminated on September 11, 2017."

If you look closely, these emails typically say something about being a solicitation, and that you’re under no obligation, but that stuff is usually buried in the fine print. 

Don’t be fooled. Don’t believe unsolicited emails. Always check with a known and trusted source first. 

We’d much rather have you call or email us to than to sign up for some bogus service that at best will take your money and not provide anything in return, or worse — do something malicious such as steal your personal or bank account information or lock you out of your domain.

Don’t be a victim. Choose to be proactive and learn what you can do to prevent this from happening to your business and personal files. Contact us for technical support in Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas of Brighton, Novi and Livingston, Oakland, and Washtenaw counties. At Network Services Group, we can help you get back on track. Need to restore a back-up? Need help running a scan on an infected machine? We’re your guys to get the job done right the first time!


Imagine if you hire technical support, but they only do half the job. You’ll still be infected with a terrible ransom virus. Get the job done right today by calling for technical support at our Ann Arbor office. 

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