Scammer who won't understand they have been scambaited

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Scammer who won't understand they have been scambaited

Post by techscamhunter » Tue Apr 16, 2024 12:06 pm

I have a scammer, masquerading as Kristalina Georgieva, of the IMF. On March 5th, I sent her my "just a note" email, letting her know she has been scambaited and that there is no money and her time has been wasted and so on

She still emails me asking when I am going the send the 'fee'. Today I received one asking when I will be paying the fee - my reply was to question what part of the "you have been scambaited, I will not be sending you money" doesn't she understand.

Her reply was "You Re given 5days from now to raise the said fee or I will report you to law bar association and fbi to come after you and jail you in prison."

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Re: Scammer who won't understand they have been scambaited

Post by bware419ers » Tue Apr 16, 2024 4:19 pm

Welcome to 419Eater. Many lads use scripts and just copy and paste, especially if English is not their first language. That said, we do not condone telling scammers, "You've been scambaited."

Why? Scammers are successful enough as it is. Billions of dollars of reported losses each and every year. Educating scammers and confirming they were baited makes them better. It does them no harm whatsoever other than a mild spike in their pulse, most likely.

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