Inside a scam call center Uber Ride SCAM Gone 2 days ago   15:49

Jim Browning
These guys are a particularly nasty group from Kolkata in India. They run a refund scam and this video shows what their call center looks like, how they operate, who and where they are. I've sent a link to the unblurred version of this video to the Kolkata Cyber Police (for all the good that it will do).

To see the unblurred version yourself, here is a link to the version:!/v/jimbrowning/zsgjr21a

There is more information about them on

I refer to a video where Christy has her files deleted by these scammers. You can find it here:

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Arlo Bennett
I can smell this guy's stench through the computer.
These scammers and their scheme is sooooo "unsmart"...and americans/canadians STILL fall for it.
One guy from UK, not 007, rescuing the world in the meantime...
Rednblack AJ
Bruh I got a fucking scam ad this video.. they think I’m that dumb to fall for it?
Rhondda Lesley
I’ve binge watched and been disgusted by a lot of this type of videos in the last few days but to actually see those animals in action makes me feel physically sick
Who would marry such a piece of crap?! If she doesn't know he's a low-life scammer, I-
For Us
These lowlives don't even deserve grave space on this world
So I work for Lendingtree and these scammers have recently started spoofing Lendingtree and demanding access to people's computers by saying that customers are automatically approved for large sums of loans! Can I message you the details???
Doing the lords work
Chris B
Why hide their faces? Reveal the scamming fuckers to the world.
Indian police will do nothing about this. For your information
Robert Blome
xander marco harada
Life saver brother! Bust those filty smelly benchode indian scammers!
It still baffles me that people fall for this 😔 it’s so painfully obvious that these people don’t work for Microsoft...

I do get the elderly people isn’t as tech savvy as younger people, but still
What was your original attack vector? When I was into baiting 419 guys the best vector back then was always posing as a rival scammer trying to steal their job. This was in the early days of webcams so you could get away with horrible fake accents over crappy phone lines. We took one guy on a safari that cost him over $1200 in travel expenses in a sophisticated wash wash scam. We got him to travel all the way from Nigeria to a deserted parking lot in northern Scotland. Those were some fun times.
I wish nothing but the worst for these dirty stinky lazy liars.
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Plot twist: the links he sent us are virus’
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Imagine genuinely working for Microsoft and being an Indian with a thick accent. Boy would that be a sight.
charlie rain
You did a huge amount of work.
Eli Carpenter
How would anyone fall for a big tech company like Microsoft or Apple  going out of business. Wouldn’t they already know about it if they read the news.
some ppl saying CEO of Google IS INDIAN bruh who tf r u talking about the CEO of Microsoft are both Americans not poor stupid accent Indians so why would scammers be given the title of CEO SO STFU STUPID INDIAN SCAMMERS
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Uber Ride SCAM Gone Inside a scam call center 2 days ago   07:43

D-Money of Extreme Uber Rides bringing you this new video of the absolute WORST ride he has ever given. This video shows an increasingly common type of Uber scam called Short-Stopping. Unlike the canceled Uber ride scam, a short-stop scam is pretty simple: the passenger enters a false destination into the app which is a much shorter ride than the distance to their real destination, and then once the car arrives at the false address, the rider either tries to convince you to drive the rest of the way for free, or they offer to pay you cash for the remainder of the trip. Their goal is always to save a few bucks on their ride, at the driver’s expense. In this example I’ll show you how to deal with a passenger who pulls this scam on you, and how to respond when the road gets a little bumpy.

For anyone unable to come to obvious conclusions on their own, this video is a joke meant to satirize YouTube Uber ride videos.

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