Chamber Member Discount

$100 off of any purchase of $1,000 or more! Jackson County Chamber of Commerce members are eligible for this great deal! When you call or stop in, just be sure to tell us you’re a chamber member and we’ll take care of the rest. Business technology is constantly changing. More and more business systems are connected on digital networks: orders, production, customer information, and security are all vital to keep your business running. Trying to keep up with the changes is a full-time, all-consuming job. When you work with PC Solutions, you don’t need to worry about any of that, we take care of everything. You don’t need to be tech-savvy; you just need to know that PC Solutions provides all the technology solutions you need. Business depends on technology. Technology depends on us. Managed IT Consulting Computer Repair Remote Support Hardware Solutions Software Solutions Security & Surveillance VoIP Call or click to schedule a site evaluation and find out how we can provide you with all the technology solutions you need.

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How to Avoid Phone Scams from “Tech Support”

Tech support scams are a million-dollar industry that have been around for the past decade. There are a variety of scams out there, the most popular being: email, pop-up and phone. Their goal is always greed. Through their deception, scammers gain access to your financial information or convince you to spend hundreds of dollars to “fix” your computer. How the Scam Works Using a phone directory, scammers randomly call innocent people pretending to be from tech support informing them of an urgent problem. Scammers have even said they were calling on behalf of PC Solutions; this just proves that no one is safe from the scam, consumers or company. Next, the caller tells the victims to get on their computers to open some files. This is where the scammers confirm the non-existent problem. Now that they have located your computer’s so-called problem, they will most likely do one of the following: Get you to install software that provides them with your sensitive data, like online banking information, usernames and passwords. Ask for your credit card information so they can bill you for their services. Try to sign you up for a phony computer maintenance and warranty program. Ask for remote…

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Do You Know How to Spot Scam Emails?

Five Tips for Spotting Scam Emails PC Solutions would like to provide some tips for spotting scam emails.  These are not hardline rules, but more things to look for and to be aware of before opening emails.  If in doubt, please ask for PC Solutions to review the email BEFORE you open it.   Better to be safe than sorry when dealing with spammers. 1) Does the email make sense?  Does it make sense that you would be receiving information from the person or company that is emailing you?  Does their geography make sense in relation to your business?  Does their language make sense in relation to your business? Spammers are always attempting to put importance on their emails and sending claims from legitimate businesses is a good way to get your attention.  If the company emailing you isn’t someone you have ever dealt with it is more than likely a scam. 2) Does the verbiage of the email make sense? Are there non-typical grammatical or formatting errors? Are there run on sentences with odd capitalization's? Typically, scams are coming from overseas and emails are run through a translator which means that there will be errors in sentence structure and context.  For some…

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