So I got the call in Canada at 9:30 last night just like most of you. I figured the guy was a scam but decided to follow him through till he tried to sell me something or do something really suspicious. Anyways he started out as "Greg Stone" and got me to search for error reports on my computer yada yada yada. 47,000 errors or what ever. He goes on saying I'm in grave danger and my computer is going to crash and be completely corrupted and not fixable if i wait. so I being young and stupid went through with the scam process and let him remotely access my computer . As he asked me to type into my run box certain commands I just closed every window that was currently open and find someone madly typing(from a remote location) commands into a notepad type window. suspicious yes I know. what's even more suspicious was that they were typing; error:985236...98.56% files corrupt...-www.megabitessolutions.com- ...only solution is to download unlimited service... and some more junk like that. So they close their box and ask me to retry my scan which i do. Ironic enough at the bottom of my new search for corruption comes the exact same message that he was typing... Since when did windows Preload the message the if you have so many errors the only solution is to buy this one fix-all program. anyways it was over 200 dollars canadian so i straight up told him i couldn't make the purchase since I'm "under 18" and needed to wait till my parents are home. he wasn't very happy with that but said i needed to do it as soon as they got home. He told he he's going to call back on monday (highly doubt it!!) and i asked him if i had "trouble" if i could call him so he gave me his number (I highly doubt it's correct at all but here it is) 307-529-0607 and his name is now Steve Carter haha. What the really concerning thing is how the hell did they get my computer ID, name, phone number, and he claimed to have my email too. Well done Windows, your security is really doing a good job of protecting my privacy.