To the Editor:

On. Aug. 2, I got a scam call that said they from Microsoft and my computer had been compromised. It even had my name and phone number as who the caller was from. I am retired and I don’t work for Microsoft. I do not make a practice of calling myself to tell me that my computer has been compromised and I need to call a 1-800 number to correct the situation.

This robo call stuff has gone to far and has too be eliminated.

Tom Winn

Gering

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