Woman Trolled Scammer So Badly, They Ask Her To Stop Replying

Woman Trolled Scammer So Badly, They Ask Her To Stop Replying

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There’s no better feeling than expertly trolling someone who tried to scam money out of you. One woman recently received a text message from a scammer who tried to impersonate a neighbor in need of help – $50 to quickly fix a flat tire. ‘Hi, it’s your neighbor with the car trouble, can you please assist?’ The woman then responded: ‘What type of neighbor would I be if I can’t help you?

Quicker than the scammer knew it, he was driven into an unending drama.  Sharing the screenshots of the hilarious incident to Facebook, blogger Amber admitted it was indeed a sort of an emotional roller coaster that would put anyone on planet Earth off.

Here’s The Exchange Between The Scammer And The Victim. It Has Gone Really Viral

‘I am not a stranger to scammers. Instantly I recognized the tone. I can tell we’ve all had that phone call or text message that left us feeling infuriated.’ Amber said in an interview with BoredPanda. Amber, who introduced herself as a small-town massage therapist revealed she finds it offensive when someone comes under false pretenses with the intention of having what isn’t theirs in the first place.

‘It’s not the first time someone had tried to fool me. These days, our personal information is easily accessible that these types of incidents don’t shock me anymore. I honestly dislike that there are some people who have recognized when they’re being taken advantage of or scammed.’ Amber added.

Amber, who has always been an aspiring writer and a storyteller went on to reveal she uses her imaginations when required, adding that these types of conversations permit her to be ridiculous endlessly. ‘I am excited people get enjoyment out it. I have to come to love and appreciate my town with all of its quirks.’ 

However, scammers are getting more and more sophisticated as a result of technological advancements. Many at times, it doesn’t take a lot of effort to trick people as all that’s required now is a phone number and a naïve target, hence stay alert!