650-215-5111

Was Marked as: Automated Call. Belong: Mountain View, California - CA

650-215-5111 Information

Area Codes: 650
Prefix: 215
Subscriber Number: 5111
National format: 650-215-5111 / 6502155111
International format: +1 6502155111
Country: United States
Province / State: California - CA
City: Mountain View
County: Contra Costa
Phone Type: Landline Numbers
NXX Intro Date: 10 May 1999
Rate Center: MT VIEW
Latitude: 38.0088105
Longitude:-122.1174648
LATA:722
OCN: 8690.
FIPS: 06013
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time (PST)
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Phone Company: Global Crossing Local Services, Inc.-ca

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    • Post by Guest,
      They left a voicemail - claiming to be from Google (about my Adwords). The information he had was extremely generic, and with a thick Indian accent left the following email address: [email protected] Might or might not be legit. Google hasn't called me with this in 15 years; so I am inclided to be very suspicious.
    • Post by Guest,
      This really is from Google Ads... Or a support and call center which Google contracts with that is based in India. A client of mine received an email to improve their ad words campaign which I was handling... The email looked suspicious so I called Google…(866) 2GOOGLE to verify that there really was a guy named Ashwin E, and that this was not some scam call... they had verified this was legit, So I had responded to the email to set up a call to improve upon the Google Ads campaign... Ashwin had called me from the same number in question (650) 215-5111 which my cell phone app called ROBOKILLER had repeatedly blocked... Since I was expecting a call and didn’t hear from him until he emailed me, I called the number listed on his email signature… (855) 204-7240 He told me about his experience being blocked by RoboKiller — The call was an hour and 20 minutes, to which we went over keywords, changing the bid strategy from enhance CPC to maximize conversions, as well as increasing and decreasing bids amongst Desktop, Mobile and Tablet. Since it was such a productive call, I had asked him to call me back… To which he replied yes, and kindly asked me to unblock his number for future calls. I gave a long reply because the call was a long and productive one… If anybody is on the fence whether this is a scam, call Google’s numbers directly.
    • Post by Guest,
      This really is from Google Ads... Or a support and call center which Google contracts with that is based in India. A client of mine received an email to improve their ad words campaign which I was handling... The email looked suspicious so I called Google…(866) 2GOOGLE to verify that there really was a guy named Ashwin E, and that this was not some scam call... they had verified this was legit, So I had responded to the email to set up a call to improve upon the Google Ads campaign... Ashwin had called me from the same number in question (650) 215-5111 which my cell phone app called ROBOKILLER had repeatedly blocked... Since I was expecting a call and didn’t hear from him until he emailed me, I called the number listed on his email signature… (855) 204-7240 He told me about his experience being blocked by RoboKiller — The call was an hour and 20 minutes, to which we went over keywords, changing the bid strategy from enhance CPC to maximize conversions, as well as increasing and decreasing bids amongst Desktop, Mobile and Tablet. Since it was such a productive call, I had asked him to call me back… To which he replied yes, and kindly asked me to unblock his number for future calls. I gave a long reply because the call was a long and productive one… If anybody is on the fence whether this is a scam, call Google’s numbers directly.
    • Post by Guest,
      This really is from Google Ads... Or a support and call center which Google contracts with that is based in India. A client of mine received an email to improve their ad words campaign which I was handling... The email looked suspicious so I called Google…(866) 2GOOGLE to verify that there really was a guy named Ashwin E, and that this was not some scam call... they had verified this was legit, So I had responded to the email to set up a call to improve upon the Google Ads campaign... Ashwin had called me from the same number in question (650) 215-5111 which my cell phone app called ROBOKILLER had repeatedly blocked... Since I was expecting a call and didn’t hear from him until he emailed me, I called the number listed on his email signature… (855) 204-7240 He told me about his experience being blocked by RoboKiller — The call was an hour and 20 minutes, to which we went over keywords, changing the bid strategy from enhance CPC to maximize conversions, as well as increasing and decreasing bids amongst Desktop, Mobile and Tablet. Since it was such a productive call, I had asked him to call me back… To which he replied yes, and kindly asked me to unblock his number for future calls. I gave a long reply because the call was a long and productive one… If anybody is on the fence whether this is a scam, call Google’s numbers directly.
    • Post by Guest,
      This is fraud. They call and interrupt my day numerous times. Sometimes hanging up and calling back. I work with Google everyday. I can assure everyone, this is NOT Google. This is not how they conduct business. Don't answer/talk to this company.
    • Post by Guest,
      I received a call from this phone number from a man with a heavy indian accent claiming to be my account rep from google adwords.Very professional, well spoken. He had my account number and sent me an email. Checking the email headers they appear to be from Google. He proceeded to ask questions about my business campaign goals and about my type of business. He then empathized with my goals and noted that he can help improve ROI base on increasing traffic through adwords. He then sent me an email and asked me to login to google hangouts to do a screen share where he could show me how to improve my google adwords campaign results. He noted that he will only be able to see what I share with him and that I'll be in full control of the session. I then instructed him to call me back at 2pm. The email requires the installation of a plugin. Here is the email: [email protected] 10:47 AM (24 minutes ago) to me Hello! You've been invited to join a Google Hangout with a Google representative where you will have the option to share your screen and get help faster. You don't need a microphone or camera to join, however, you may be required to install a plugin. You can proceed by joining the Hangout here: https://g.co/support/ng5ywz Thanks! This email has been sent because you requested assistance with a Google representative. If this is incorrect, you can disregard this email. Information shared will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. .......... My assumption: is that installation of the plugin will either install a virus on my computer, ransomware or mailware. Then all bets are off.
    • Post by Guest,
      I received a call from this phone number from a man with a heavy indian accent claiming to be my account rep from google adwords.Very professional, well spoken. He had my account number and sent me an email. Checking the email headers they appear to be from Google. He proceeded to ask questions about my business campaign goals and about my type of business. He then empathized with my goals and noted that he can help improve ROI base on increasing traffic through adwords. He then sent me an email and asked me to login to google hangouts to do a screen share where he could show me how to improve my google adwords campaign results. He noted that he will only be able to see what I share with him and that I'll be in full control of the session. I then instructed him to call me back at 2pm. The email requires the installation of a plugin. Here is the email: [email protected] 10:47 AM (24 minutes ago) to me Hello! You've been invited to join a Google Hangout with a Google representative where you will have the option to share your screen and get help faster. You don't need a microphone or camera to join, however, you may be required to install a plugin. You can proceed by joining the Hangout here: https://g.co/support/ng5ywz Thanks! This email has been sent because you requested assistance with a Google representative. If this is incorrect, you can disregard this email. Information shared will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. .......... My assumption: is that installation of the plugin will either install a virus on my computer, ransomware or mailware. Then all bets are off.
    • Post by Guest,
      I received a call from this phone number from a man with a heavy indian accent claiming to be my account rep from google adwords.Very professional, well spoken. He had my account number and sent me an email. Checking the email headers they appear to be from Google. He proceeded to ask questions about my business campaign goals and about my type of business. He then empathized with my goals and noted that he can help improve ROI base on increasing traffic through adwords. He then sent me an email and asked me to login to google hangouts to do a screen share where he could show me how to improve my google adwords campaign results. He noted that he will only be able to see what I share with him and that I'll be in full control of the session. I then instructed him to call me back at 2pm. The email requires the installation of a plugin. Here is the email: [email protected] 10:47 AM (24 minutes ago) to me Hello! You've been invited to join a Google Hangout with a Google representative where you will have the option to share your screen and get help faster. You don't need a microphone or camera to join, however, you may be required to install a plugin. You can proceed by joining the Hangout here: https://g.co/support/ng5ywz Thanks! This email has been sent because you requested assistance with a Google representative. If this is incorrect, you can disregard this email. Information shared will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. .......... My assumption: is that installation of the plugin will either install a virus on my computer, ransomware or mailware. Then all bets are off.
    • Post by Guest,
      I received a call from this phone number from a man with a heavy indian accent claiming to be my account rep from google adwords.Very professional, well spoken. He had my account number and sent me an email. Checking the email headers they appear to be from Google. He proceeded to ask questions about my business campaign goals and about my type of business. He then empathized with my goals and noted that he can help improve ROI base on increasing traffic through adwords. He then sent me an email and asked me to login to google hangouts to do a screen share where he could show me how to improve my google adwords campaign results. He noted that he will only be able to see what I share with him and that I'll be in full control of the session. I then instructed him to call me back at 2pm. The email requires the installation of a plugin. Here is the email: [email protected] 10:47 AM (24 minutes ago) to me Hello! You've been invited to join a Google Hangout with a Google representative where you will have the option to share your screen and get help faster. You don't need a microphone or camera to join, however, you may be required to install a plugin. You can proceed by joining the Hangout here: https://g.co/support/ng5ywz Thanks! This email has been sent because you requested assistance with a Google representative. If this is incorrect, you can disregard this email. Information shared will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. .......... My assumption: is that installation of the plugin will either install a virus on my computer, ransomware or mailware. Then all bets are off.
    • Post by Guest,
      I received a call from this phone number from a man with a heavy indian accent claiming to be my account rep from google adwords.Very professional, well spoken. He had my account number and sent me an email. Checking the email headers they appear to be from Google. He proceeded to ask questions about my business campaign goals and about my type of business. He then empathized with my goals and noted that he can help improve ROI base on increasing traffic through adwords. He then sent me an email and asked me to login to google hangouts to do a screen share where he could show me how to improve my google adwords campaign results. He noted that he will only be able to see what I share with him and that I'll be in full control of the session. I then instructed him to call me back at 2pm. The email requires the installation of a plugin. Here is the email: [email protected] 10:47 AM (24 minutes ago) to me Hello! You've been invited to join a Google Hangout with a Google representative where you will have the option to share your screen and get help faster. You don't need a microphone or camera to join, however, you may be required to install a plugin. You can proceed by joining the Hangout here: https://g.co/support/ng5ywz Thanks! This email has been sent because you requested assistance with a Google representative. If this is incorrect, you can disregard this email. Information shared will be used in accordance with our privacy policy. .......... My assumption: is that installation of the plugin will either install a virus on my computer, ransomware or mailware. Then all bets are off.
    • Post by Guest,
      Unnamed person called our business claiming to be from Google, but the call was overall feeling very suspicious. He had a strong accent and claimed to be replacing our former rep (and used his name). Not sure if it was a scam or actually google, but I feel that google makes it very clear when they will be calling and why. This was not the case. Declined to speak further.

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