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Remotely-done computer technical support.

I want to start a company like this. What advice do you have?

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Get insurance.

Without disclaimers and more, and even then folk will litigate against you for data or PC losses.

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Don't.

Too many scammers out there doing the same thing.

The reputation of online/remote support is rock bottom.

Mark

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