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Last Updated On: February 25, 2016

OmniTech Support Contact Information

Business Name: Customer Focus Services, LLC.
Corporate Address:
6380 Wilshire Blvd #1610
Los Angeles, California 90048 USA

OmniTech Support Customer Service

OmniTech Support Phone Number: 800-966-9940
Company Contact: Marc Haberman - CEO
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OmniTech Support Ratings

Average Rating: 1.00 out of 5
Based On: 12 Reviews
Number Of Comments: 8

OmniTech Support Reports

Reported Losses: $2,098.97
Average Reported Losses: $174.91

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I paid OMNI Tech $ 259.99 Sept 29 2014. Since about a year the call me to renew. Now since about 3 month I receive DAYLY phone calls. I have ask them not to call me. I have delete them. I have told them I don’t owe a computer anymore.

Now they call under restricted number. I got a computer from my boss, to try to get ride of them. Today it popped up on that computer that I need to update OMNI TECH.

I don’t know what to do to get ride of them and how they got on my new computer. SCARY

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  • misty

    2-4X a week for over 2 years I have been receiving harassing calls from this company, or this company pretending to be another company. I’ve asked every single time for them to stop calling and to put me on their do not call list. They just won’t stop

  • ye

    A year ago they hacked my computer and they offered a one-year “contract” for technical services in lieu of $500. I needed my computer and not having any choice (I was on travel overseas) I agreed. Since then I used their services on several occasions with no complaints. Today they called me and told me that they are going to crash my computer if I will not send them immediately $300. I was asked to send the money via Western Union to one Armin Chakma in India. After I refused they blocked my access to my computer by changing the password. I can only access my computer as a “guest”, which is – of course – not allowing to access all my files and programs. Any suggestions – anyone – what can I do?

  • Joe

    I went on line to stop Microsoft 8.1 from downloading onto my computer. I went to what I thought was a Microsoft web. I let them take control of my computer they said they could fix it. Then my computer crashed. They called me on the phone and told me I had a hidden virus. I then ( still thinking they were microsoft) let them onto my laptop. They told me they would fix my computer but it would cost $249.99. I told them I would not pay $249.99. They told me they would talk to their supervisor. They came back with they would do it for $149.99. I told them I thought they were Microsoft.They said they were world renowned experts. That’s when I cut them off. They should be prosecuted. I had to reset my computer. I know they messed up my computer on purpose

  • Tony

    They remotely got into my PC and permanent plan their program in my PC. Although, I told them do not leave any of their prog. in my computer. They did, and after I stop using their service since after paying $299. I found out the service was somewhat helpful depending who is helping you and most problems you can get help directly from Sony website. Anyway, after stop using the service, my PC continuing get the Omni pop up saying that my PC got viruses and need to clean up etc…. I couldn’t get rid of the messages each time I turned on my notebook. I finally fed up with it and went looking for it. They didn’t put in the control panel so you can easily remove it, but after searching and found the .exe files. I deleted them all and now I am free from Omni popping up. This is very bad… I don’t think I would recommend this service to anyone. Sony better looking into this before they started to lose bunch of their customers!

  • Lyn Jorgensen

    I would not recommend, they started to fix computer and came up with a $249.00 charge. It took 4 hours and I had to stay on line with them. I had one request and they did not do what they promised.

  • eunice

    I used Omni Tech…I got ripped of, my computer is still not fixed…I had to put down $100.00 toward $ be paid in 30 days…Omni Tech..has so called technicians who can’t even speak English well…Omni Tech prey on people who are not knowledgeable…

  • mec

    Persistent problems with the virus and malware Omni tech installed on my computer lead me to contact Microsoft Vtech and spend several hundred dollars with them. They located much hidden malware and removed a virus. They also determed that omnitech had either instigated or caused a third party to have access to my computer. Vtech said that the corruption introduced by these grifters could have crashed my computer permanently at any time. They have paid off the ripoff report and purchased a membership in the Better business bureau. This latter made it very difficult to file a report though cases are now pending with BBB and the FTC.

    • guest

      I have a Dell, and the Dell Service package. One night I clicked on the Dell Service to fix some email/firewall problems. Given the choice of phone call or "chat", I chose chat. A tech came on, and it was not until the end of the conversation and the "fix", that I realized he was not a Dell tech, but an Omni tech. I continued to have problems, and went to Dell’s support team via phone. This staff informed me of malicious programs installed via OmniTech. BBB is reviewing their membership, and I have filed with the FTC.


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