Undercover with a Social Security Scammer from India | Indian Scam Story #1

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Ever got a call from the Social Security Administration telling you that your SSN has been suspended? It’s a scam and it’s costing Americans millions of dollars.

I had the chance to talk to one of the scammers behind it and he’s ready to share his secrets with the world.

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21 thoughts on “Undercover with a Social Security Scammer from India | Indian Scam Story #1

  1. I have had this call so many times, at least 15 times. As soon as they start talking, I just hang up. I know Social Security does not call any body.

  2. imagine if Jim Browning, Pleasant Green, Kitboga, the Devan Investigator etc. all pooled their skill etc. to really fck up these scam centers, 2 of them work together they get shit done, imagine if everyone skilled at anti-scamming was on it, the scammers would rage till they pop a blood vessel

  3. Whether this is script or not this is real life stuff that happens every single day to your friends your family and to your neighbor's everyone is being scammed in some way or another and awareness is a must if anyone calls you with the threat or a question hang up and call the actual people actually turn your phone off and turn it back than call the actual number if you're actually concerned Never follow the link and never respond to these calls that come through! And if anyone is read it to this point please think of anyone you could think of and let them know all these possibilities to not worry in the not do it spread the word

  4. When I first retired, I got a phone call from social security. Apparently, I had checked some box I wasn't supposed to. The woman had an African-American accent and called me directly. No robocall nonsense, no asking for details–which she clearly had on the computer screen in front of her. I strongly suspect that no government agency is stupid enough to contact the public through some clown with an Indian accent thick enough to cut with a knife.

  5. I've gotten called like this plenty of times even my dad and I'm glad I got the phone for he can get his personal information out I told him you get a call like this can you let me know first you do not give no information out on the phone

  6. I call them back and bug the crao out of them, lol. I talk to "officer Patrick" and he hates me… I have them cussing and yelling at me. I would talk and waste their time. Once had them listen to videos how how to do anal glad expression on dogs lol… They listened to the whole thing twice.

  7. $150 US money is over 11,000 Rupees, which is a LOT of money in India for a month. I think his emotions are acted out for you. Who knows how many lies he fed out to you to get sympathy.

  8. this might be a scam on him. What if that person that was getting scammed was actually working with the other dude to fake being scammed and make 100 bucks per fake scam.

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