http://fixesallwindowssimmediately.website/cache/web.html?n=KDg4OCklMjA4MjktNTU3MQ==&c=311&key=a36e4f310e63c739f53697ea6fb8553d&subid=588870410&pid=85140&ua=Mozilla%2F5.0+%28Windows+NT+10.0%3B+Win64%3B+x64%29+AppleWebKit%2F537.36+%28KHTML%2C+like+Gecko%29+Chrome%2F52.0.2743.116+Safari%2F537.36+Edge%2F15.15063&city=Springfield&state=ma&ref=http%3A%2F%2Fusd.zeroredirect11.com%2Fzcredirect%3Fvisitid%3Dee9b3f39-8a83-11e7-918a-125775d83ec0%26type%3Djs%26browserWidth%3D1188%26browserHeight%3D567%26iframeDetected%3Dfalse&rd=usd.zeroredirect11.com "toll free number"
Saltin Please remember to cover the link with hxxp:// or the ` symbol next time.
Added screenshot of website + number
Works with FireRTC, doesn't work with Skype
Wow, I found a semi-nice scammer - part of my MO is that i give some kind of sad story. today it was about my baby son (whom he could hear on the background) being sick with cancer (he's not btw) and i was so worried that the people would steal my money which I had spent months working to save up so that we could buy his chemotherapy on Monday. I told him I was online trying to see if we could find somewhere to buy it cheaper when I got the message. He kept going as normal but then my son started crying and I went to console him. When I came back he asked lots of questions about it and then suddenly said: "Sir do one thing. Close everything down and then press the power button for 10 seconds." After restart, he told me that this probably fixed it and I played around with firefox and it was no longer blocked (LOL). He said he was happy to help. I decided not to expose the scambaiter act so that he might have a little bit of a think about what he does (although he's probably back to it as we speak). Nice to see that some of the at least do have their limits.
Update, the website doesn't work anymore
Edit, the number doesn't work either, you can just hear "Thank you for calling", then silence, and after like 5-10 seconds the call drops.