Posted: 04/11/2014 at 11:12
The first time they got in touch with me, I called both BT, who could not trace the call and the Police who said they could do nothing as the call came from the Indian sub-continent. The scammers gave me a fake number in Milton Keynes as I insisted on calling them back after checking with my computer guru who said that NO ONE can see that you have a problem with windows, except yourself.
Now when they phone I say 'Oh, I know who you are; you're a CRIMINAL!'
Also check any emails from paypal. If they don't address you by name, forward them to email@example.com,]firstname.lastname@example.org, the same applies to any other email purporting to be from a bank; if they don't address you by name, google spoof at 'xbank', whaterver and forward the email to them, that is the only way that these companies can deal with the phishing scams.