Scammer’s Number: (205) 570-7673
Extra Info: Received email from PayPal stating “6nVo-5pbT-4fsN order no. is accepted.” The amount is $921.00. Bitcoin order.
Scammer’s Number: (205) 570-7673
$921, no way!
15-Nov-2021 at 1:03 pm Central … Steve answered!
They are getting angry!
1:38 pm Central … Still they are answering from both of my phone numbers. Sometimes I successfully conference in two of them together on the same call.
There is a rundi there! All but one of them that I got on the phone are men, but at least one of them is a woman.
Apart from the order number, they’re asking for Transaction id.
Do you have it in the email you received?
I copied/pasted the whole email. If they’re adamant, just make one up from a previous paypal charge.
I want her!!!
Haha, she is a nasty one too! She is NOT mousy. She cusses like a sailor!
I’m gonna go “fishing” for her, lol.
got past through that
I just wasted 23 minutes of her time. She called me names that would make a sailor blush.
Yes, she is SALTY! haha
LOL, then you accomplished your mission! I got her once, but she hung almost immediately. I didn’t even get to yell out Yonee to her.
Wasted their time for more than 30 min by giving them fake teamviewer ids.
That would explain, at least partially, why they’re so torked up right now
They are not even trying sincerely to scam any longer!
I just called YET AGAIN. A guy answered with only “hello” and he stayed on the phone with me for about 5 minutes despite the fact I was NOT trying to bait him. He knew I was harassing him, and at one point a couple of minutes into the call I told him to put the female scammer on the phone, and after a total of 5 minutes of him making stupid noises SHE GOT ONTO THE PHONE AND IMMEDIATELY STARTED CUSSING ME! After a few minutes of being on the same call with her, she finally hung up angrily.
Oh how I wish you recorded it and make my afternoon.
Damn, still they are answering.
Bear with me please, for my primary phone number that I have had for over 20 years is a VOIP landline.
If I have, as a secondary phone number that I do not use often except for messin’ with scammers, a Samsung Galaxy A42 5G cell phone, is there already on it a way to record phone calls? Or do I need to download onto it for free some “app” that allows me to record a phone call? Well, I am using the free TextNow app that I downloaded onto it to call scammers. I do not see in TextNow where I can record a phone call.
As far as my home VOIP landline number, I could open the free Audacity software that I have on my laptop and connect Audacity to my cordless headset with little microphone, and from within Audacity I could record my calls.
Haha, as far as recording my VOIP phone calls with a much better quality of sound, I could open Audacity on my laptop, connect Audacity to my Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 digital receiver that I would plug into my laptop, connect to my digital receiver my Shure SM-57 microphone after putting on the little pop filter to combat plosives, and I could use Audacity to record a call on my home phone. Hell, I could have in my lap an electric guitar plugged into my old late 1960s 30-watt tube amp, and while speaking to a scammer I could play guitar now and again for dramatic effect, all of which Audacity would be recording.
I can export from Audacity an MP3 file of the recording of the phone call.
I have the Galaxy A52 and there’s a record feature on it, though I would not use my cell # to mess with these criminals. I would go the latter way with Audacity or get the TextNow app on your cell (that’s what I do) and link one of your burner #'s to it.
Oh, I have no burner phone. I just use the free TextNow on my cell phone.
Because I have Google Fiber for my VOIP phone, I can login and switch it so that my home number is not shown and instead “Unknown Number” is shown when I call someone.
Yeah, I should use Audacity! I can export to an MP3 file the Audacity project after I have recorded a phone call.
These criminals at 205 570 7673 are not NEARLY as enthusiastic as they were TWO HOURS ago! Ha!