Someone Tries Those ‘I Make $10,000 A Month From Home’ Ads, Shares How It Turns Out

Personalized emails requesting money, “shocking videos” sent by a Facebook friend or even business proposals, the internet is filled with all kinds of scams. The only good part about all this internet junk? Discovering the creative ways people are responding to these schemes. A year ago Bored Panda shared the hilarious back-and-forth comedian James Veitch had with various scammers, well internet user WildFireTamer had a different approach. They chose to follow the scheme breadcrumbs all the way to the end and the conclusion is not what they expected. Scroll down for the full story!

For some of us online scams are a mystery

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Image credits: Thierry Ehrmann

So one user decided to ask directly

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And he got one very honest and hilarious response

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Someone Tries Those ‘I Make $10,000 A Month From Home’ Ads, Shares How It Turns Out Someone Tries Those ‘I Make $10,000 A Month From Home’ Ads, Shares How It Turns Out Reviewed by High Broadcast on May 31, 2018 Rating: 5

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