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This is a thing of beauty. If you despise scammers who prey on older folks as much as I do, you're going to enjoy this video. Then, after you watch it, forward it to your grandmother/mom/aunt. Better yet, watch it with them, in case they have any questions. Then watch several of Pierogi's or ScamBaiter's videos to further educate & forearm them.

Mark Rober video (~20 mins):
"Glitterbomb Trap Catches Phone Scammer (who gets arrested)"

From the YouTube blurb:
I glitterbombed my way up the scammer chain of command. Come join me in my Creative Engineering class!! []
If you suspect that you or a loved one has been the victim of fraud, you can call or visit the National Elder Fraud hotline ( at 833-372-8311 and report it to the FTC by visiting the agency’s website ( or calling 877-382-4357.


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