Computer/ Internet Tips & News
June 2017
This Month's Tips: 
  • Federal Trade Commission's new info on tech support scam pop-ups & fake emails
  • What you need to know about Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo and your AT&T email account
  • Get images of your postal mail sent to your email Inbox
  • LOL (Laugh Out Loud) Computer Humor
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Federal Trade Commission's new info on tech support scam pop-ups & fake emails

Our most common call is about tech support scams and fake emails. Please read this information from the Federal Trade Commission about the topics so that you know how to spot the scams and emails, what not to do, and pass along the information to others to help prevent them from being scammed.



What you need to know about Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo and your AT&T email account

You may have recently heard the news or received an email about Yahoo selling its operating business to Verizon in June 2017. Below are some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) and answers about the sale.


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    Get images of your postal mail delivered each morning to your email Inbox

    The United States Postal Service has recently launched a service where you can receive images of the mail that will be placed in your mailbox each day. To read more about the new Informed Delivery email service, click here.

    LOL (Laugh Out Loud) Computer Humor

    Click to watch a light-hearted video about passwords.

    Why trust anyone else to service your computer?

    If you're happy with our service, please let others know by recommending us to your friends and family, and/or by writing a review about our service. If you personally recommend us to a friend or relative and we help them, you get $20 off your next service call.


    Why trust someone who "knows" computers and works on them in their spare time? Why trust someone who you called from a pop-up ad on your computer? You shouldn't! Computer Techs is a local business that works with computers and related devices on a daily basis and has been doing so since 2003. When you need help with your computing devices, you can trust Computer Techs to be there when you need us, and stand behind our service.

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