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This Guy Hilariously Pranks Online Scammers That Prey On Older People.





Technology has developed fast enough, and several gadgets and software have become available for those tech-savvy users. But the thing is, these developments came so fast that most of our dear senior citizens just couldn’t keep up. Hey, don’t get me wrong, that’s okay. I actually haven’t totally figured out how to use my smartphone, and I’m sure some fifth-grade kid out there is more tech-savvy than me.

You see, the problem here is not the senior citizens’ lack of proficiency with computers. It really isn’t a big deal if you receive garbled email messages from Granny or if you wait an hour for chat replies from gramps because he has to look for each letter in the keyboard each time he types. The problem here is that some wackos use this weakness to scam our dear grandmas and grandpas. You won’t imagine how easy it is for these lowly scammers to make them believe that you were mugged in Nigeria and have no means of going back home.

In some cases, these scammers make ‘technologically-slow’ people believe that there’s a huge error in their computer, when, in fact, the only error is the misspelled name of the website. Jack Vale decided to see what these scums are up to so he tried calling the hotline that appeared on the website. What happened?

Watch the video to find out:

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Sorry, not falling for that.

H/T: Jack Vale via Elite Daily

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