Scammin’

It’s been awhile, but it’s time once again, boys and girls, to play what I call Scammin’ the Scammers. Here’s how it goes.

We message a real Facebook scammer, in an effort to waste as much of his or her time as possible.

We had a lot of fun with this one over the course of a couple of days. So, let’s begin:
Scammer:  Hello Mr Terry Dullum
Scammer:  How are you doing and your lovely family?
Scammer:  Am from Facebook HQ Base in USA.
Me:  Oh.
Scammer:  Am in contact with you just because I have a good news to share with you from Facebook.
Scammer:  Am pleased to share with you the result of the just concluded Facebook annual give away group in cash promotion. 
Scammer:  I want you to talk to me now?
Me:  Talk.
Scammer:  Your Facebook username was selected among the 20 lucky winners who has just won the sum of $1,000.000.00usd each.
Me:  Gosh.
Scammer:  Congratulations Mr Terry Dullum
Me:  Thanks.
Scammer:  The online draw was conducted by a random selection of emails,you were picked by an advance automated random computer search.
Me:  Will I get paid in bitcoins?
Me:  Pesos, then?
Me:  I’d prefer cash. If you catch  my drift. Wink, wink.
Scammer:  Yes your money will be delivered to you in cash
Me:  Great!
Scammer:  When are you making the payment?
Me:  What payment?
Scammer:  For the shipment of your package to your door step by the FedEx delivery company
Me:  No one said anything about a payment, bro.
Me:  How much? 
Me:  In pesos?
Scammer:  Premium Express(24hours Delivery) $550, Special Express(2days Delivery) $450, Economy Express(3days Delivery) $400
Me:  And in pesos?
Scammer:  What do you mean
Me:  Pesos! Pesos!
Scammer:  You have to change it and make the payment in United States Dollars
You have to make the payment in Dollars
Me:  But I get paid in pesos.
Scammer:  Yes
Me:  Yes.
Me:  Oh, good. Pesos it is! How many?
Scammer:  When will you be making the payment?
Me:  What time is it now?
Scammer:  What do you mean?
Me:  What time do you need the pesos?
Me:  We could meet somewhere.
Scammer:  No you will be required to make the payment through the FedEx cashier
Me:  Do you have plans for dinner?
Scammer:  When will you be making the payment?
Me:  I could make it when we have dinner? Do you like Chinese?
Scammer: I want you to know that am not here to play or joke with you ok
Me:  OK. How about Burger King?
Scammer:  You have to let me know when you will be making the payment so i can inform the FedEx delivery company to get your package ready for delivery
Me:  OK. If you don’t like burgers we could do Italian?
Scammer:  Will you want your winnings to be decline?
Me:  No, I want them in pesos.
Scammer:  Your package will be delivered to you in cash at your door step by the FedEx delivery agent
Scammer:  Will you want your winnings to be decline?
Me:  No, I want them in pesos.
Scammer:  Your package will be delivered to you in cash at your door step by the FedEx delivery agent
Me:  Great! Are you sure you don’t want to have dinner? I’ll buy.
Conversation Ends