Computer owners are cautioned not to accept unsolicited telephone or e-mail offers to "clean-up" their computers. Residents in Aylmer have reported that a telemarketer had called them and offered to do an assessment and cleanup of their computer if they merely granted them "temporary" access on line. Police caution that ANY computer access to an untrusted party can result in personal data loss, corruption, or infection. The same caution extends to unsolicited pop-ups that claim to have found issues on your computer and then require you to pay for them to clean it up. When you pay with your credit card the program appears to work, however, your credit info is what they stole, not your data. The Canadian Govermenet offers an online Scam website that can enlighten you.