Turnaround is fair play. My current method for dealing with
telemarketers, who always seem to call while I’m trying to take a nap, is
to ask for the callers home phone, since as they are calling me at home,
after work, I would like to return the favor. So far, no takers.
Now comes the sport of spam-baiting. The idea is to select a particularly
obnoxious spammer, especially those involved in scamming as well as spamming,
and sucking them into convoluted time and resource wasting interactions
which end with them waiting in vain at some airport or wire-transfer
office, or sending you pictures of themselves holding ridiculous signs.
One guy even claims to have conned the Nigerian scammers
into sending him a $60 gold bullion sample via DHL. Some of the
email dialog is priceless…
"you are nothing but poor american that feeds only burger, a cheap harlot
, that will die of heart attack eating burger."
an article on Spam Baiting from PC World
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