Recently detected fraud attempts by bad actors have cast some doubt among some Internet users.
Official Response From AnyTech365Read more below
Is AnyTech365 a New Scam?
AnyTech365 is a real company that offers legitimate security and technology help to households and businesses around the world.
Recently, we’ve become aware that there are some nefarious organizations pretending to be AnyTech365 and trying to steal personal information. These scammers have targeted not only our valued customers, but also people who’ve never used or no longer use AnyTech365.
If you suspect that you have been targeted by such a scam, please call us at (917) 341-2235, write to us through our online contact form, or use the Chat tool in the lower right corner of your screen.
On this page, we’ll answer the questions:
- What is AnyTech365?
- Is AnyTech365 legit?
- How can I tell if I’ve been targeted by scammers pretending to be AnyTech365?
What Is Anytech365?
AnyTech365 is an IT security and support company that serves individual users and businesses for their tech support needs. We’re headquartered in Marbella, Spain, but we have customers all over the world. Our goal is to offer services and support to users who don’t have the budget or resources to employ a full-time tech support staff.
We are both a service provider as well as a software and hardware company. We provide service and tools to our customers to help them ensure they have the safest experience online, without slowing them down. So, you can imagine our dismay that scammers have appropriated our name in an effort to try to steal from businesses and families.
Where is AnyTech365 Located?
Our main office is in Marbella, Spain, which is on the southern coast of Spain. We also have offices in Casablanca, Morocco; Copenhagen, Denmark; and San Francisco, California, USA. Our teams are located all over the globe, and many work from home. We’ve got more than 400 technicians in 25 countries, who speak 15 languages.
What Does AnyTech365 Do?
More than 400 people work for AnyTech365, including IT support agents, compliance specialists, our sales and marketing team, developers and programmers, and, of course, our executive leadership team. We assure you: We are real people, dedicated to supporting individuals and small businesses with the highest quality tech support.
- Service: Tech support from real experts, offering family plans and professional plans
- Hardware: 100% encrypted secure routers
- Software: AnyTech365 IntelliGuard (AI-powered threat-prevention and monitoring tool), AnyTech365 Security (antivirus protection), AnyTech365 Safe Browse (for faster, better online browsing)
Our business is dedicated to ensuring that individuals, families and businesses have safe experiences when they connect online. Read more about AnyTech365.
Is AnyTech365 Legit?
Yes, AnyTech365 is legit. But be careful: Bad people have targeted our brand in efforts to try to trick people out of their personal information so they can steal money from them. This happens to a lot of brands with high name recognition, including: Google, Netflix, Amazon, and Chase bank.If you think you’ve been targeted with a scam from AnyTech365, report it to us right away.
How can you tell if you’ve been targeted by a scammer? Our next section covers that.
How to Spot Scammers
If you receive a renewal notice from AnyTech365, and you’ve never done business with us, that’s an easy sign that you’ve been the target of a scam.
If you are an AnyTech365 customer, and you receive a questionable message, do not click any links in the email. Open a new browser window, and log into your AnyTech365 account. From there, you will be able to go to your account and find out when it is time to renew, and how much your renewal will be. If you’ve got questions, you can call us at 917-341-2235.
6 ways to detect fake email messages
- Incorrect use of brand name: In the screenshot below, you can see that the scammers refer to themselves as AnyTech. We are AnyTech365, and we always refer to ourselves using our full name!
- Grammatical and spelling errors: In the screenshot, you’ll also see a couple of typos. Everyone makes mistakes from time to time, but these types of errors wouldn’t slip by our editorial team.
- FAKE phone number: Perhaps the biggest red flag is that the phone number in this email message is fake. A quick reverse lookup tells you that the phone number in this email is not for AnyTech365. Our number is widely published throughout our website: 917-341-2235.
- False claims: This one’s tricky. The email claims that we ship, install, setup and repair computers. We don’t sell or install computers, although we can offer technical support over the phone or through a secure internet connection if you need help setting up new devices. We don’t do hardware repairs; however, we do troubleshoot them over the phone with you.
- Spoofed URL: Do not click on any links from any suspicious email. A spoofed URL is a web address that poses as a legitimate one. For example, a well-known scam targeted PayPal users by linking to www.paypalsecure.com, which is NOT a PayPal official site. If you hover over a hyperlink, you’ll see the targeted web address in the bottom of your browser window.
- Weird email addresses: Phishing and email scams often use email domains that LOOK like the companies they’re spoofing. The email domain is the characters that come after the @ symbol, as in @anytech365.com. If you receive an email claiming to be AnyTech365, and it is from anything other than an @anytech365.com email address, it’s not us. That includes common email domains, such as @gmail.com. We do not allow our staff to send business-related email messages from their personal email accounts. If you aren’t sure about an email, forward it to email@example.com and our team will look into it.