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To Scammer: “You Have Two Weeks…”


I absolutely LOVE what this guy is doing.

He runs a channel called “Scammer Payback” on YouTube and he is single-handedly taking down the India-based call center scammers that scam elderly people out of tens of thousands of dollars.

This guy is a true hero and he gets almost no support.

As you know, I hate scammers with a passion and I love covering stuff like this when the good guys fight back and win.

So check this out…

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This guy is so good that he pretends to be an old lady when the scammers call him, he pretends like he’s letting the scammers into his computer but in reality it’s just a decoy computer with nothing valuable on it, but as the scammers are connecting to him he is secretly connecting to them!

Then he takes control of their computer.

Takes all their files…

Turns on their webcams…

Gets their faces.

Gets all their data.

Collects all the evidence.

Even turns on their geolocation so he can see exactly where they’re located, down to the exact building…

And then he exposes them!

In this one, he did all that and then he gave them an ultimatum: “you have TWO weeks”.

So good!

It’s like a movie, right?

I was standing up cheering while I watched this one and I think you’re going to love it.

Enjoy:

I’ve actually covered him before, so if you want more keep reading…

Turning The Tables On Call Center Scammers!

This is something we’ve never covered before, but I guarantee you are going to absolutely love it!

I am obsessed.

Ok, so here’s the deal…

We’ve all received annoying spam calls on our phones, right?

It’s bad enough when they are just trying to sell you a new car warranty — does anyone else get a bunch of those, or is it just me?

“Hi, we’re calling to tell you your vehicle’s warranty is about to expire…”

Ugh.

So annoying.

But it’s a whole other level when the call is also a SCAM.

Or when they claim to be from the IRS and threaten you with going to jail.

Ever gotten one of those?

Even if you know it’s fake, even when you know it’s not true…it is still very unnerving.

And no offense to the Indian people reading this, but the scams almost ALWAYS come from India.  Always a guy with an Indian accent.  It’s just the truth.

In fact, here’s the real truth: most of the scam calls come from the same place…the Genesis Building, 11th Floor in India.

How do I know that?

Because a really awesome group of (good guy) hackers who run the YouTube channel “Scammer Payback” have been tracking these frauds and fighting back.

Since the FBI is busy colluding against Donald Trump and can’t do it’s job, these guys are doing it for them.

For real.

And it’s freaking awesome!

I somehow stumbled upon their channel and I’m absolutely obsessed.

Isn’t there something awesome about watching the good guys fight back and win?

So here’s what they do…

They get the scammers on the phone and use a voice modifier to sound like a little old lady — in other words, the perfect target for these scammers.

They play along but while they’re doing it the good guys are hacking into the scammers computers at the same time!

They find out information about them, activate their webcams and take their pictures, steal files off their computers, delete files off their computers….

It’s just completely awesome!

Oh, and here’s the main point: each time they fight back, and each scammer they put out of business or scare enough to quit, is one less scum of the Earth who might scam YOUR grandmother out of real money.

Thousands of dollars.

Because that’s what they do.

Imagine living your whole life, saving, being on social security, having a tight budget to live on, and then you suddenly get thousands stolen from you.

It happens over and over and over, and so I say GOD BLESS the good guy hackers who are going vigilante style and taking these people down!

The FBI can’t do their job, so these guys do it for them — and much better.

I’m going to start with a couple of my favorites.

This one is where he tells the scammer to his face that he knows he’s currently on the 11th Floor of the Genesis Building in India….and you’re going to love the response.

Enjoy:

And just a note on the whole Indian thing…

Unfortunately, I have never received a scam call from anywhere other than a guy with a huge Indian accent.

Now we know why.

It’s not a racist thing, it’s just the truth.

And props to this guy who IS Indian for saying this:

Exactly right my friend!

Ok, now another one, check this out…

In this next one he suddenly calls the scammer by his real name.

Can you imagine?

You think you’re in India using a fake name and running a scam and you think no one will ever find you or hold you to justice….and then the person on the other line uses your real full name.

OH BABY!

Watch here:

There are so many favorites, I’ll just share a couple more.

I love this one….

Bye bye files:

And another…

Instant meltdown:

Speaking of scams, you all know I hate them.

Here’s another one that we broke 9 months before NBC News got around to figuring it out:

MSM Finally Covers The Scam I’ve Been Warning You About!

I’ve been shouting from the rooftops about this one for a long time.

I absolutely HATE scammers, and I really hate scammers that target the elderly.

So when I first noticed this scam and even saw some of our readers falling for it and asking me if it was real, I started speaking out against it as loudly as I could.

In fact, I believe this will be the 9th post I’ve done warning people about this.

Let me state it as clearly as I can right now: the “Trump TRB Bucks” are a scam.

A massive scam.

Also, there is no evidence that Trump or anyone in his family has anything to do with them.

I’m sure they hate them as much as I do.

Here is NBC News finally covering the story (like I have done since fall of 2022, but nice to see them catching up):

From NBC News:

In the recesses of the internet where some of Donald Trump’s most fervent supporters stoke conspiracies and plot his return to the White House, suspected con artists have been mining their disappointment over the last presidential election for gold.

They’ve been peddling “Trump Bucks,” which are emblazoned with photos of the former president, and advertising them online as a kind of golden ticket that will help propel Trump’s 2024 bid and make the “real patriots” who support him rich when cashed in.

John Amann told NBC News he bought $2,200 worth of Trump Bucks and other items over the past year only to discover they were worthless when he tried to cash them in at his local bank. So he’s gone on Twitter to warn other Trump supporters not to fall for this scam.

NBC News has identified the Colorado-based companies behind the Trump Bucks as Patriots Dynasty, Patriots Future and USA Patriots and reviewed dozens of social posts, online complaints and hundreds of misleading ads for the products. Additionally, NBC News has found at least a dozen people like Amann who say they invested thousands of dollars after watching the pitches on Telegram and other websites that strongly suggested that Trump himself was endorsing these products.

NBC News gave us credit for warning people about this scam — thank you NBC!

It’s so pervasive that even pro-Trump websites and Trump supporters have been sounding the alarm.

Blogger Noah Christopher, who is the moderator of the “WeLoveTrump” Telegram group with 26,000 subscribers, has urged his followers more than 30 times this year alone to “not get conned.”

“The faked videos have been posted relentlessly by fake social media accounts on Facebook, TikTok, and in Telegram groups catering to devoted Trump supporters,” Noah wrote last month. “Unreal how pervasive and aggressive this scam is.”

And now I will repost a bunch of our warnings here so you can see how we’ve done everything we can to put the word out and try and save people from being conned.

SCAM ALERT: Please Do Not Get Conned By The “TRB Checks”

Yes, I am covering this for the EIGHTH time.

I can’t believe it.

But I’m covering it again because someone just emailed me about it.

Unreal how pervasive and aggressive this scam is.

Short answer?

No, they’re not real.

They are a 100% scam by a piece of SHIT scam artist that simply will not stop!

It was only last month that I had to ban someone in Telegram for being mad at ME over the TRB Checks.

They were convinced they were real.

Unbelievable.

Also, I keep getting emails like this:

That email is from Donna (last name redacted for privacy).

Yes, I realize the email is a little passive aggressive and condescending, but skip over that and I want to show you just how devious these scammers are.

They’ve convinced poor Donna that the “TRB Checks” are real and endorsed by Trump and if they only buy enough of them they’ll soon be made into millionaires!

So sad.

And so scary that people are getting conned out of their hard earned money.

The scammers are SO good that they get people like Donna so convinced that they then send me passive aggressive little emails ending with “Did I misunderstand?” as if it’s some great mic-drop moment and they’ve just showed me how wrong I am.

Hopium is a powerful drug.

And as the famous saying goes, “It’s MUCH easier to con someone than to convince someone they’ve been conned.”

So true.

But yet I will keep trying because I hate to see people get scammed!

So let’s take a look at the video Donna sent me.

I’m going to post it here but I’m only doing it for educational purpose.

PLEASE DO NOT BUY WHAT THEY ARE SELLING IN THIS VIDEO — IT’S PURE FRAUD!

Ok?

Ok, now watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG4U_td0KDY

How devious!

They make it look like a news broadcast, but it’s not.

It’s a fake.

They make it look like Donald Trump has just promoted the TRB checks.

See!  They’re Real!  (people like Donna will say)

Sorry Charlie.

Look closer and you realize all they did was use stock footage of Trump.

There’s no actual video of Trump endorsing the TRB Checks or even mentioning them.

Heck, I doubt he even knows this scam exists!

They use video of him on screen and then the (fake) “News Anchor” claims in a Newscaster-sounding-voice that Trump rolled out the TRB checks today.

Pure fraud, but very convincing!

Go look at the YouTube channel in question and you’ll see it only has 23 Followers, it’s not a real news channel at all, every single video they upload is just scam videos about the TRB Checks and there is no other “news” on their channel.

It’s just a scam.

But it hooked Donna, even despite my multiple warnings.

Don’t let it hook you.

You’d be better off lighting your money on fire than buying one of these totally worthless TRB Checks.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you (six times).

Here’s more, from my prior warnings…

SCAM ALERT: The Truth Behind The “Trump” TRB Checks!

This is an update to a story I’ve brought you FOUR times already…

I can’t even believe I have to keep covering this, but I will never stop if it helps protect even ONE person from being ripped off.

So here’s the latest…

So scammer infiltrated our Group Chat on Telegram today and posted this SPAM/SCAM message:

Which immediately led to these people asking about it:

Kudos to Brenda and Ray who saw right through it.

Sadly, not everyone does and the scammers are likely making HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of dollars off this scam.

It’s SICK.

One person emailed me CRYING, saying they were retirees on fixed incomes and they saved up and skipped all Christmas presents just to buy one of these TRB Checks and the stupid “Handbook” because they thought it would soon be worth millions.

I sadly had to explain to them it would not.

They were devestated.

And that’s why I will never stop posting this and warning people!

I do want to make one other thing clear…

We brought this to Clickbank’s attention and they are handling it extremely well!

They are not at fault here.

They jumped right on this and they’re all over tracking down and STOPPING the fraud.

In fact, I expect they will soon be working with law enforcement to track back all these fraudulent payments and hopefully prosecute the offenders.

Basically, here’s what happened…

The “product” is not bad on its own.

It’s a silly little Trump collector’s item.

That’s fine, if you want to buy one of those that would be cool and you can have a nice piece of collector’s memorabilia.

So allowing that to be sold on Clickbank is perfectly fine and Clickbank has done absolutely nothing wrong.

The problem and the scam arises when the scammer then takes that product and convinces thousands of people on Telegram that these will soon be worth millions and you’ll soon be the “next millionaire”.

That, folks, is where you his SCAM city.

Keep reading for more details and make sure YOU don’t get scammed…..

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I can’t believe I have to keep posting this, but I will do it until I stop seeing these scams everywhere…

Why?

Because I’m tired of seeing people getting scammed out of their hard earned money.

I HATE SCAMMERS!

I never fault anyone for making money or selling products — good for you!

That’s called Capitalism.

But I freaking hate scammers!

Let’s start with the basics….

If you see a post like this, understand one thing: IT IS A SCAM!

I hate everything about this…☝️

I hate how they’re using President Trump’s name and picture to scam people.

Folks….THIS IS NOT REAL.

No, you are not going to buy “Trump Bucks” or “Trump Checks” and one day convert them into thousands of dollars.

That is called a SCAM and it’s also called FRAUD.

There is no NESARA or GESARA coming where these fraudulent pieces of paper are one day going to be worth millions.

I’m mad because I’ve received so many emails from people challenging me about this, absolutely convinced it’s real.

It’s so sad, and I feel so bad for them.

They all say the cash out is “just around the corner….”

It’s not.

I’m sorry.

And look at that post above…

It’s always one more thing.

Now you have to buy a “TRB Notebook” in order to “cash out”.

PUHHHH-LEASE!

Makes me so mad.

Buy 10 workbooks to cash out more!

PUKE!

Unfortunately, this infamous quote is more true now than ever before:

“It’s Easier to Fool People Than to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled”

So go ahead and email me and tell me how wrong I am and how your “TRB Checks” are going to be worth millions in the future in just a few weeks….

Or is that months?

Definitely soon!

But I will kindly tell you that you’ve been conned.

At the bottom of the scammy sales page, they even admit this (I’m sure thinking it’s a legal disclaimer):

So to everyone getting ready to email me to argue, just read the bottom of their very page and they tell you it’s not real.

But now the most important part…

Do you want to know WHY they push these so hard?

Simple.

Money.

And we’re not just talking a couple dollars either…

Below is what they are offering people who will sell their product.

You may not know what all of these phrases mean, so I’ll simplify it for you…

These people earn $290.18 on average with each sale they make!

Ahhhh, now do you see?

FOLLOW.

THE.

MONEY.

I’ll say it one more time: I have no problem with anyone selling something.

It’s kind of how our world works.

Everyone reading this has some sort of job and whatever company you work for (or self employed) does some service or sells some product to make money.

And if you make a lot of money, then good for you!

That means you provided a lot of value to the world that people liked!

EXCEPT….if you promise people their TRB Bucks will soon be worth millions, but only if you now buy 10 TRB Workbooks.

Ugh.

Makes me want to puke just typing it.

I hope this helps someone and saves someone from being conned.

Here’s a similar post I made last month warning everyone…

WARNING: These Are NOT Real, Don’t Get Conned!

This is a public service announcement from yours truly, me…Noah!

About 1-2 times a week, I get people emailing me asking if the “Trump Card” is real.

The latest version is the “Diamond Trump Check”.

Other variations include the Black Check, the Black Diamond Card, Black Diamond Check and TRB Checks.

They get promoted by crap like this:

And here:

In fact, I just got another email today asking me if these were real.

I am honored that I am a trusted source of information (I work very hard at that).

Here was the email with personal information blocked out:

I am so happy to answer that and thank you for trusting me enough to email me about it.

Also, P.S. — I love your P.S. — yes he is!

Now to answer your question:

To quote an (evil) past-President: READ MY LIPS…these are not real!

I don’t want people to fall for scams or pay money for something that has no value.

So this is my public service announcement to all of you!

No, these are NOT real.

No, these are NOT endorsed by Trump.

No, these do NOT have any connection to Trump.

I hope that helps!

But there is actually a lot of cool stuff out there.

If you want something that actually has value and is a really cool commemorative Trump item, and which might skyrocket in value in the future if the price of silver starts to inflate, then let me show you something REAL!

This is from my friends over at DISME Coins…

WWG1WGA: Is This The Best DISME Coin Yet?

I wanted to show you this brand new coin just released from DISME….I absolutely love it.

It’s hard to pick a favorite, but this one is near the top of the list.

The Trump MAGA Lion is up there too, as is the Still My President, which you can see below and which is almost sold out already:

FRONT:

BACK:

But now let’s talk about the newest one that I am totally loving!

WWG1WGA!

I love it, and they did an amazing job with the design, don’t you think?

Check it out here….

FRONT:

BACK:

Some of the earlier coins said “Pence” on the back, but you’ll note that is now removed and it says 45th instead.

Much better!

Also note that all new coins are a limited mintage of 4500.

That means once they’re gone, they’re truly gone!

And as of the writing of this article, only 687 are left….

And I plan to buy 10 later today, so make it 3,142!

I always buy the latest coins for my collection.

Because once they’re gone, they’re gone!  Limited run!

Not marketing hype, it’s the real deal.

Limited runs help keep the value high for everyone.

And here’s the really cool thing….not only do they have the limited mintage stamped on the back, but they actually have the Coin # within that mintage stamped on the edge of the coin.

Why I Choose To Work With DISME

So you will know exactly which # out of the 4500 you got!

Very cool.

So…why am I buying silver?

Well, because it sure looks to me like silver shorts are about to end up the same as the Game Stop shorts.

In other words, “taking it in the shorts!”

I’m not an investment advisor and I can’t tell you what to you, I’m just telling you what I’m doing….and I love holding physical silver coins in my own possession.

Makes me feel good!

Stock market can crash for all I care, my silver is stored away safely in my vault.

And here’s another reason….

My friend Bo Polny recently came on my show and told me he thinks silver is about to go over $100/oz.

Oh my!

Watch safely here on Rumble:

Here are a few more if you’d like to peruse…..

The Best Is Yet To Come:

One of my absolute favorites and I have a good number of these coins in my safe at home!

The Donkey and RINO Hunter:

This one is a presale and so what you are seeing is the artistic rendering of it and not the actual coin itself yet because they are not yet minted.

I absolutely love this one and it’s quickly becoming one of my favorites.

The Protector of the 2nd Amendment:

If the silver coins are a bit too pricey for your taste, you HAVE to check out the copper coins!

They are absolutely beautiful and also made of 99.9% investment grade pure copper!

Check out this beauty:

Oh, and one more thing…

All new DISME coins, including the three shown in the giveaway, all have 45 on the back.

Looks like this:

Aren’t they beautiful?

Why I Choose To Work With DISME



 

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