Scammers, they are everywhere now a days. We all get those ridiculous emails claiming that we are a relative of some late billionaire who has left all of their money in an account and that we are the only ones who can unlock it, yada yada. They are all scams, but sometimes it’s fun to scam the scammer!
David Walker, 38, is one man who receives countless of these types of contacts each week.
He gets tired of constantly trying to fend them off, so occasionally he decides to mess with them and see just how far he can take things before they catch on on the other side.
He received a Facebook message from a stranger one day, asking him to invest $800 in his latest business development.
Knowing it was clearly a scam, Walker decided to play along with the idea.
“This guy contacted me out of the blue, I have no idea who he was but it was clear to me it was going to be a scam,” he explained. “He asked for money very quickly and tried to get me to drag friends into it too so it really did smell like a scam. I get quite a few of them because I am quite active online commenting on social media pages and scammers then get in touch from there.”
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