Are you being a smartass Jimbo?
Sorry but, I have little compassion for folks that fall for computer scams like the above. WAKE UP PEEPS! It's 2017 and we've had computers for a long time (well, in computer years that is).
Jim, I feel the same way as you but not everyone gets it or has been educated. I know people in their 80's who fall for these things and others who just aren't that savvy at spotting a hustle among many other things. How many people readily admit they've been conned? I've seen it too often when folks hide their embarrassment and don't learn how to undo the damage as a result.
Anyhow it was interesting to note that this toll-free number is being used in a variety of scams. A few years ago when I was feeling bored, I picked up the phone during a robo-call just to see how long I could keep the credit consolidation salesman on the other end on the line. After 20 minutes of making 'errors' in recalling my social security number and credit card data, the guy got smart and told me, "Oh, I get it now. You're just fuucking with me. Well, I have your number and I'm going to starting calling you in the middle of the night...." and an assortment of other threats. I told him that I was lonely and looking forward to the contact. Sure enough, he calls me at 0:dark thirty and I pick up the phone only to thank him for the call because I missed his company. He didn't know whether to shyt of go blind (as my daddy used to say). That was the last I heard from him. I know that if he's getting revenge on me then he's not making money.