For years now we have been reporting on how scammers have been concentrating on Roku house owners. Now after Roku has began to aggressively crack down on this, many scammers have moved on to focus on Amazon Fireplace TV house owners.
Many of those Fire TV scams are much like the Roku scams. They usually contain pretend tech help cellphone numbers. A few of these corporations do supply actual tech help in the event you pay, which is not any totally different than in the event you walked into your native pc retailer in search of assist. (Working an organization that provides official tech help will not be a rip-off.) Different web sites attempt to speak you into paying for a service you don’t want by making an attempt to persuade Fireplace TV house owners that in the event that they wish to proceed to make use of their Fireplace TV they should pay. Or making you suppose the one approach to get help that Amazon affords totally free is by paying.
The issue appears to return when folks Google one thing like “Amazon Fireplace TV Tech Help.” The primary few suggestions from Google go to websites that aren’t owned by Amazon. You need to scroll down over midway by the web page to discover a hyperlink to Amazon.com.
Sadly, not one of the search outcomes on Google’s first web page if you seek for “Amazon Fireplace TV Tech Help” results in Amazon’s tech help web page for the common person. One of many outcomes does convey you to the Developer Assist web page, but it surely doesn’t supply help for the end-user.
Even Google’s Featured Snippets part doesn’t result in the official Amazon Contact Us web page or Amazon Help web page. As an alternative, it results in a third-party Fireplace TV help web site not associated to Amazon.
For those who personal a Fireplace TV and wish Amazon technical help, you’ll find it by going to Amazon’s official Contact Us page HERE.
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