So a client calls and says he's got some spyware infections and he needs them removed. Says he called the number on his screen and they told him that his computer has been hacked 3 times and they give him the ip address of the hackers. Then they give him the physical street address right here in town of one of the hackers and pull up a picture on Google Maps of the house at that address.
The software giving him all of the (false) reports of spyware is Super Optimizer and the telephone number goes to a company called Adeeba E Services who claim to be a managed services provider. They gave him a whole spiel and may have given him the impression that they work with his ISP - not sure about that part.
I can handle the removal no problem but I'm curious as to why they would go to the lenghts of telling him the ip and physical address information. Do they just pick an address at random in the same town and say "this is your hacker"? Is this just part of drawing in the victim?