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This Guy Received A Message Saying He’d Won $1.2M But Needs To Pay A Delivery Fee, So He Trolled The Scammer.

Never mess with a scouser (British). An NHS nursing assistant, Tom Sheerin from Liverpool, England received an uninvited message on Facebook, from someone claiming the “CEO of Facebook” and promising him a hefty cash prize and a jeep. He decided to turn the tables and scam the scammer to teach him a lesson. He decided to have some fun with the scammer and kept him busy for almost 2 hours on chat.

There was a hilarious exchange of questions and he stung the scammer by asking him ridiculous questions and he even sent him a picture of a random horse that was drawn by his son.

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Now, this is quite hilarious. Read the full conversation below.

It’s not the first time that he was approached by scammers. He said in one of his posts,“I have answered a few in the past, but they realized it quickly that I am taking the piss but this one was determined so I kept him busy.”

The gormless approach and execution of the scam left Tom with an open goal. Tom took his chance and made a complete fool out of his ‘hunter’ and shows why scouser humor is up there with the very best. So guys, Beware of Scammers!

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