Everest Technology

When I clicked on a free game , up came a red banner saying my computer is infected with a virus. I was instructed to click on this site (Everest Technology) which I did.They wanted to take over my computer to fix it. I gave the permission to do so. I had to sign an agreement to pay them $149 before they would fix it which I did. After two supposed attempts at fixing it and no improvement in my computer . I tryed to call the back with the number given to me, it was disconnected .I calledy credit card company to cancel the charge, which they did. Now Everest Technology has resubmitted the charge with the form I signed on line. When I called a number they had on line,I got someone from India . After asking to speak to someone from the USA I was told they would have someone call me back the next day, no one ever called. This happen twice with no one ever calling me back. I took computer to Best Buy to get it fixed

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