Remote Support

We don’t even need to call to fix some problems.

For most minor PC problems, and even some major software ones, we can repair the PC without the need to call to your office or home, and without a lot of the expense. We can also solve a vast range of issues that occur day to day with computers, such as odd pop up boxes, license renewals for antivirus etc, program error messages and so on and so forth. As long as you have a working internet connection, we can access the PC. We can then take control of your PC keyboard and mouse, and deal with any problems. We can do this whilst talking through it on the phone, or through a chat box that will appear on your screen for the duration of the session.

Please contact us for more details or to sign up to the service. [email protected]

If you are already signed up and require support, please first call us for a current PIN code and access below –


Enter your 6-digit code:

Alternatively, you can download and install the dedicated calling card application from the link below if you are already subscribed to the service. This make connecting to us much simpler. This installation will then give you a desktop shortcut to the app, for connecting to us. Rescue Calling Card.msi

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ADS Computers

Unless you have actively requested help from a company you know and trust, such as the Remote Support service we offer, then it’s a scammer calling you.
They are after taking your money AND infecting your system so they can keep the scam going.
Whether they claim to be from Microsoft, HP, Epson, Apple, Virgin, BT or any other IT related company, it’s not a genuine call, as none of them will call unsolicited.
If you are aware of an ongoing problem with your computer at the time they call, then it’s pure coincidence. After all, there’s always something happening in the way of updates etc, slow system and so on. Just hang up. Don’t engage them in conversation as they are highly trained to con you and convince you to let them in. Just hang up. Then report the call to Action Fraud if you were able to get their number from caller ID.
And remember, if you do need to call one of those companies for a genuine reason, don’t google it. You’ll get a scam number. Get the number from a bill, statement or product label. If necessary, visit the companies website, make sure it’s the genuine site, then go to the “contact us” section. If still stuck, ring or email us, and we will let you have the number required.
Be careful out there........Got a call out of the blue offering to provide technical support? It could be a scam!

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