Suspicious emails: unclaimed insurance bonds, diamond-encrusted safe deposit boxes, close friends marooned in a foreign country. They pop up in our inboxes, and standard procedure is to delete on sight. But what happens when you reply? Follow along as writer and comedian James Veitch narrates a hilarious, months-long exchange with a spammer who offered to cut him in on a hot deal.
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Thats alot of Halloween candy though, what if the pop rocks try to stop the M&M's at the Custard office... they could have a serious fizzy cola bottle fight on their hands.
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I would like to know about unsubscribing from spam emails. I mean if they're clearly crazy stupid spam, don't reply or click anything. But what if it seems like legitimate "we follow the rules" spam? I guess what I'm asking is... Hmm well I'm not sure. Just someone talk about clicking unsubscribe.
You know this was a scam if you knew gold prices in 2016 which at most were 44$ per gram.
1000 grams make one kilogram meaning one kilogram of gold would be worth 44000$
44000$ * 25kg = 1.1 million $ is the absolute most he could’ve made from the sale if he sold it all at absolute maximum price.
Every government worldwide protects most internet criminals as long as they pay taxes. Only in Hollywood you see where LE Orgs actually arrest internet criminals and none of that us real. GOOGLE and The US Government form the biggest crime syndicate in the universe. I bet that section of employees that steal IDs and Finance Info aren't on shutdown. Have you ever wondered why robo calls increased and fishmails have decreased? Have you noticed lately how Craigslist is controlled?
This video portrays crime as funny and normal. There was once a need for walls but even your firewall is now useless.
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I think he is one of the fastest speaker in ted... it's so hard to understand what he is saying as an English learner. It is also very difficult to get the point of humor! Albeit challenging, I learned a lot from this video. Thanks!
This is where your skills in English come in handy. Scammer mostly operate from foreign countries where their English skills are NEVER EVER as good as a native born and educated American. Therefore, no matter how skillful their English is, they will always make English mistakes or phrase sentences in awkward ways. Example: one scammer asked me to click on something I didn't order and it was from "Apple Tech Supports". Notice the "s" in supports. That's wrong. It should be "Support". Another example: In another scam email, the email ended with "Thank's". Notice the apostrophe ('s)? That's possessive case. It should be "Thanks". NOT "Thank's".