We're the people that get scammed online, and we love it. This sub is dedicated to the unsung heroes that keep online scammers distracted and preoccupied by "baiting" them with false promises, crazy demands, and other tactics. After all, if they're busy with you, they're not focusing on someone that might actually fall for their scam. This is a place to share experiences, tips and resources in order to keep the scammers at bay.
Created on Dec 6, 2012.Internet Culture and Memes
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