Is this a scam to get into my computer or a phone scam?

I received a call from someone who told me that it was Eco Vision tech, and he advised me that they had reports that I have viruses and errors reports and that my computer was at a high risk of losing all my data. He asked me to open the computer, I did not. He called for 021-2777 amd gave me 1-877-523-2355, when I asked for a number I could remind him. You know nothing about it?

Hello

It's a SCAM

they want or money on your part for programs without value or make an identity theft on you to get even more money and get your internet banking passwords and credit card information, you get allows you to download the software to 'fix' or 'test' for your computer

read this:

http://www.Microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/msName.aspx

Microsoft has none of the unsolicited telephone calls to help you fix your computer

In this type of scam cybercriminals are calling you and claim to be of Support technique Microsoft. They offer help with your computer problems. Once scammers have earned your trust, they try to steal and damage your computer with malicious software, including viruses and spyware.

Although the law enforcement can trace phone numbers, often authors use pay telephones, disposable cell phones or stolen cellular phone numbers. Better avoid fooling themselves rather than try to repair the damage afterwards.

Treat all unsolicited sceptically telephone calls. Don't provide personal information.

If you receive an unsolicited call from someone who claims to be from Technical Support Microsoft, hang up. We do not have such calls.

If you think you might be a victim of fraud, you can report it. For more information, see: what to do if you think you have been scammed.

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