If you've ever had any of these obvious scammers call you and pretend you owe money to the IRS or have committed a crime and will be arrested in the next 30 minutes if you don't "cooperate", you might find this clip entertaining.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs1VaQRMfNo
I kept one of those scammers on the phone, pretending I was an easily fooled elderly(er) person. It was fun, just wish I had witnesses although I would have cracked up. The guy kept switching what my punishment was going to be and what my crime was. At one point he sternly told me that he was going to repossess my car and I informed him that I don't have one, my granddaughter Jessica took my keys away from me and immediately totaled it on her way home from a One Direction concert.
I like to pretend I can't hear them and constantly say hello?. Occasionally I get somebody who goes back and forth with me. It's the little things that make me laugh.
I answered because it looked like one of my friend's numbers. Those spoof phone number thingies are very cagey.
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