Blasting a Scumbag Robo-caller With a Glitter Stinkbomb is the Ultimate Revenge Plot
There are very few, if any, people who appreciate a robo calling sheister. These ...
There are very few, if any, people who appreciate a robo calling sheister. These automated messages will attempt to lure unsuspecting victims to then take their money. Once the automated messages can get someone on the phone, a system of events is put into place in order to try to get these victims to send their cash overseas.
For the majority of people, they’re probably not going to fall for this sort of hustle. There are plenty of different ways to detect if someone is being truthful or not when asking for money over the phone. In most instances, if somebody calls up requesting that you send money to any company, we would recommend hanging up and calling the actual business itself. For example, it’s very unlikely that Amazon, one of the popular decoys, calls you up and asks you to send them money. However, a good way to find out if it’s the real Amazon would be to hang up on the person on the other end of the line and get to dialing the customer service number on Amazon’s official website.
In any case, though, even though not a ton of people fall for this sort of thing, the folks behind it are able to find their victims in the most vulnerable among us. Many times, it happens to be older people who really aren’t all that familiar with how technology works. This is really enough to make us even more frustrated with these scumbags trying to steal money.
By following along with the video below, we check in with the infamous creator of the glitter bomb, Mark Rober, as he takes us through a new use of the glitter bomb and it’s more satisfying than ever. Within this video, we actually learn a lot about how this sort of scheme works and how Rober is able to trace each step of the equation all the way back to the source until that source is eventually blasted with glitter!