Fake web site —- for mywifiext.net
I was setting up my Ac2200 tri band WiFi extender . Type in browser wrong link. Trying to get to
mywifiext.net BUT typed in mywiefiext.net . The fake site came up looked like a Net gear site .
( try going there - Net gear company will not like what they see). I didnt notice I had typed the wrong address, so looking a the web site it looked like a genuine Net Gear site. Chat box came up and I chatted until they told me to call number on screen. Thats when I was lured into all of the sales pitch of helping with set up on my new range extender, and they ask for access to my computer . I Let them thinking I was talking to Net Gear. After pay money to them , I found out it was Soft tree Net. It feel like I was totally scammed . Please check this out and stop it from happing to others.
Re: Fake web site —- for mywifiext.net
> [...] ( try going there - Net gear company will not like what they
> see). [...]
Probably true, but there may be little which Netgear can do about it.
There's a disclaimer near the bottom of that page:
Disclaimer: mywiefiext.net is an independent online customer
support provider. Use of any brand names, trademarks, services and
products is just for reference purpose.
Copyright @2019 mywiefiext.net | Sitemap | www.Mywifiext.Net | Mywifiext
None of which suggests Netgear. There is even some accurate information
in there, along with the scam phone number.
> [...] It feel like I was totally scammed . [...]