The Stupidest Scam I Ever Fell For

Yes, I fell for an Internet scam. It’s a long story so I hope you watch.

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Author: rafaelnieves72

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33 thoughts on “The Stupidest Scam I Ever Fell For

  1. at first, i felt bad for him because he was "unfortunate to be stuck in a facility" until i seen this video, moral of the story: never feel sorry for scammers, even if it's a sad boo-hoo story, there are always better jobs out there, they'd rather cheat on life by stealing rather than work (actually earn it) for a living

  2. @ 1:54 in the video, you seriously believed this email, full of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes? If you are just playing along with a scam then you need to work on your acting skills or script. My time subscribed to you has ended now.

  3. I'm so glad I started reading the comments on the original video and found this one. I was literally about to comment that there was no way the person on the phone was 19 years old, I mean idc where they live, that's a pretty high pitched voice for someone almost 20 and whose balls have dropped. I knew something didn't feel right, I didn't even finish the video when I saw this one linked, o had a feeling dude wasn't who he said he was. I mean I haven't made it even 2 mins into this video, but yeah, I can tell from the tone that the kid was just a clock all around. The sad thing is he doesn't seem stupid and could prolky make real good money if he put his efforts into something else.

  4. Good on you for owning up to getting scammed after showing everyone how to not get scammed. It shows humility and takes some real balls to post a video like this in my opinion. I have to say I'm impressed and you have earned a lot of respect from me. I know it may sound dumb to most people but in life or at least in mine it isn't very often that you find people who are humble enough to own up and say that they made a mistake. Mad respect. Love the videos.

  5. I can't believe it took you so long to realize it was a scam considering all the ridiculous answers the scammer was giving you. I received similar e-mail scams (e.g. my package was ready to be delivered) but I knew immediately they were scams since I didn't order anything so I ignored them. Even if I did initially respond I would quickly realize something was fishy if I was being asked to jump through so many hoops or receiving such ridiculous responses to my questions (in particular being told I would have to pay to cancel an order for something I didn't even order in the first place).

  6. Brian scammed you but none of what he said is a lie…the call center scammers in India are real. They make a shit ton of money running these call centers and they pay local officials to look the other way…when the center gets busted or is about to get busted, they literally pack up shop overnight and set up somewhere new. They kidnap poor orphans who beg for money (another scam) off the streets and absolutely force them to do these scam calls 10-12 hours a day…the level of atrocities going on in India are sick and depraved beyond measure.

    This kid probably knows about these scams and used it in his story here.

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