VIDEO: A phone scammer's frustration

 
VIDEO: A phone scammer's frustration
When a phone scammer, claiming to represent Microsoft, called to offer Norwegian Alf Vidar Snæland (43) "help" with his computer, he decided to play along while he filmed it all.

The result was a seriously pissed off scammer, and a hilarious video. It went as far as to really bad language being used.

Because no matter how the scammer tried to spell the name of his fake site, Snæland pretended not to get it. But he was willing to try, over and over, till the scammer had enough, and language not suited for any Microsoft representative was used.

- What a success! Despite all the insults I had an uplifting mood after the conversation, says Snæland to TV2.

After Snæland posted the clip on Facebook, the response has been tremendous.

Although police suggest to hang up the phone if you are called up by someone claiming to be from Microsoft, it is appreciated and funny when someone does as Snæland.

Enjoy:




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