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In a worldwide survey, we found millions of satisfied customers of PCCare247.com. Top five customer reviews that will help user to choose best Tech Support Company.

 

New York, United States, 18 July 2012: A recently published internal audit report conducted by PCCare247’s quality team has revealed the fact that there has been a marked rise in overall satisfaction levels for those availing PCCare247 technical support services on YOY (year on year) basis. The report is based on the analysis of a set of benchmarks, which includes the live call testing of calls made by technicians to the customers and vice a versa, the number of charge-back claims that come after an unsatisfactory service delivery, etc. Besides this, the reviews and rip-off reports were also taken into consideration for generating a clear and transparent view of the current situation.

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Happy Clients of PCCare247

The report findings reveals that not a single call made to the customers had any misquoted facts and no false claims were made to the clients. Also, things were not exaggerated during diagnosis of the faults of a particular system and furthermore not even a single penny is charged over the actual price of the service.

The outcome of this report can well be verified through the testimonies of PCCare247 customers dotting the globe. Ms. Cathy Brown says, “I found http://www.PCCare247.com as excellent, honest and a professional tech support assistance provider because they fix my

laptop antivirus related issues “your computer system might be at risk” in just half an hour. They charged me convenient cost of their impressive or excellent service and my laptop is working properly.” (www.computer-maintenance.knoji.com/yes-pccare247-is-totally-legitimate/)

Another patron Mr. Justin Langer added “PCCare247 (http://www.pccare247.com) is a legitimate company with a registered office at New York City, United States of America, with millions of satisfied customers worldwide. I hope this review helps the innocent computer users to distinguish between the legitimate and a fraud company.” (www.reviewstalk.com/complaints-reviews/pccare247-l26418.html)

Besides this, PS Reviewer shared his experience by saying “I tried repeatedly to install Open Office on my computer without success. I finally bit the bullet and contacted PCCare247 at +1-855-877-5848. They solved my problem quickly and professionally. I am now in my second year with their support. It’s well worth the modest cost. Thanks for publish such a great review about PCCare247 Inc.” ((www.productandservicereview.com/pccare247-good-company-and-great-service)

The other appreciator is Allen Young from Australia, who says, “The technicians of PCCare247 fixed my PC within few hours unlike my local technician who took 3-4 days and even charged a lot. Ever since I took the plan of PCCare247, I have saved myself of all the problems of taking the computer to the shop and waiting for days to get it fixed.” (www.pccare247-reviews.measuredup.com/Review-PCCare247-Great-Tech-help-provider-51656)

And at last, this lady named Murphy goes on explaining like, how like a hard-core music lover like her, PCCare247 proved to be true redeemer when her music player broke down in the middle of the night. Like these five service users, there have been many who are benefitted with PCCare247 technical support services. Indeed, this is the reason that today PCCare247 is proud of having thousands of customers all over the world in a short span of three years.  (www.zzlives.com/archives/107)

About PCCare247:

PCCare247 is an online technical support provider, which provides technical support for various issues related to computers and their peripherals. The company caters its services to its broad client base located at the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada and many other countries. The services it offers include, Brand Support, Mac Support, Antivirus Support, Microsoft Support, Network Support, Peripheral Support, etc.

For further details you can log on to http://www.pccare247.com/

Or alternatively, get in touch with the company at:

India

Office No. 3, 6th Floor,
DLF Cyber City, Building No. 14B,
Gurgaon, Haryana – India
Phone: +91-124-4655200
Fax: +91-124-4655299
E-mail: contact@pccare247.com
USA

600 Mamaroneck Avenue
Suite 400 PMB # 400-18, Harrison
NY 10528
Ph. No. : +1-888-291-2867
Fax No. : +1-516-908-4908
E-Mail: contact@pccare247.com

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Flame Virus Menace

Flame Virus – Creating Menace

Flame Virus, which created havoc amongst millions of users worldwide, have now been ordered to self-destruct, as reported by Symantec. The virus rumored to be used by the US and Israeli governments as a cyber-weapon to attack computers of the Middle East, has been ordered to self-annihilate.

Another report pouring in from a computer security firm, Kaspersky revealed that the virus has some codes similar to that of Stuxnet virus, which infiltrated the computer systems in Iran, impairing the nation’s nuclear research program.

Facts about Flame

Flame Virus, which is considered as the most dangerous computer virus ever created, was identified last month. Flame virus is a super-sophisticated malware highly efficient in stealing high volumes of data and sends it back to the server.

The notorious virus is capable enough to record keystrokes, steal passwords, take screenshots, turn on microphones, initiate webcams and collect information about discoverable Bluetooth devices.

If Kaspersky Lab’s analysis is trusted, Flame could be categorized as the third major cyber weapon targeting Iran, after the Stuxnet virus that attacked Iran’s nuclear program in 2010, and its data-stealing cousin Duqu.

The notorious virus is believed to have infected more than 600 specific targets in countries including Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt.

A Suicidal Command

If reports are to be believed, creators of Flame virus can give a self-destruct command known as ‘urgent suicide’, which removes the virus from infected computers before the user realizes, causing its detection more difficult.

As per Symantec, the command and control (C&C) servers has now sent an updated directive to the virus, termed “Flamer” designed to remove it from infected computers. According to the reports, the command would remove all traces of the virus infection from clients’ computer receiving this file.

With ever increasing threats from the cyber world activities, getting a robust technical support service from a reliable entity becomes a mandatory exercise of every business and individuals. PCCare247 can be such an entity providing you with round-the-clock comprehensive online technical support services.