You may have received a Geek Squad Subscription scam SMS claiming to be from Geek Squad. It claimed that your annual subscription to Geek Squad has been renewed automatically for two years. The text also stated that you will be charged $399.99 (around P301.80). Beware! It’s a scam.

Many people have received this scam text message from Geek Sqaud. This message actually links to a malicious website.

Geek Squad a subsidiary to American multinational consumer electronics company Best Buy. It is headquartered in Richfield (Minnesota). The original company was founded June 16, 1994 by Robert Stephens, the Chief Inspector. It offers a variety of computer-related accessories and services for residential and commercial customers. They merged with Best Buy in 2002. Stephens remained the corporate leader for the subsidiary. Geek Squad offers services on-site and in-store. It also provides remote access via the Internet and 24-hour phone support. Geek Squad is no longer limited to computer-related issues. Geek Squad now repairs and diagnoses all types of consumer electronics.

Geek Squad Subscription Scam SMS 2022 – How does this scam work?

Geek Squad Scam Text is fraudulent text that scammers send to you to steal your financial information. This email claims it is from Geek Squad. It states that your Geek Squad annual subscription has been renewed automatically for the next two-years and that you have been charged $399.99, or around PS301.80. Don’t be fooled. It’s all a scam!

You are exposed to spyware, viruses, and malwares by clicking on the link. These can be harmful to your device and can hack or destroy your mobile phone.

How to Identify Geek Squad Scamtext:

  • They use a Gmail account (and not a Bestbuy email adress)
  • There are some strange grammatical errors (e.g. “Writing this letter”).
  • Random number (e.g. “1 (8 0 0,0) – 306-2981′).

Have you received a Geek Squad Scam text? Do the Following!

It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.

You can also report unscrupulous websites or scams and tell us why the websites are fraudulent.