Hahaha! Fuck off scammers!

I am laughing my ass off right now! Why?
Because I got not one, but two phone calls this morning from scammers, pretending to be from the department of social protection, which is the people who pay my weekly disability payment into my bank account.
I answered the first call, which looked like it was coming from a mobile phone number. When I answered, a male robotic voice told me that this is the department of social protection, and they have been watching me. Apparently, I am up to something lol!
They said that I have been defrauding the government and there is a warrant out for my arrest!
Hahahahaha!
Go on then, arrest me! I dont give a damn or a crap!
They went on to say that if I want to talk to the investigative team to press 1. Of course I didnt do that. If you press 1 that is when the trouble starts, as they immediately take money out of your phone account, and I have a bill pay phone, but if I were to press 1 it would cost me a fortune!
I’d love to do it, just to fuck with them, and mess them about, but I was a good girl, I didnt do it.
A few weeks ago during one of my therapy sessions, Eileen had this exact same thing happen to her also. So I knew this scam was going around!
So now I am waiting for the police to come to my door!
haha I will have a long wait, won’t I?
Do these people think I am stupid? Obviously they think they can catch people by scaring them into thinking the police are out to arrest them!
They can fuck right off!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “Hahaha! Fuck off scammers!”

  1. Good for you girl! I’ve been getting a different type of scam. I get emails supposedly from Amazon saying my order will be shipped on such and such a date…a $6000 TV! The ship address is not yours so they have a number to call to dispute it. Thats when they start with the bull shit. I’ve filed a complaint with the FTC and sent copies of the email with it.

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    1. OMG, do these people ever give up? That’s a terrible scam as well. I also get scams about my Amazon Prime saying that my bank is going to be charged an astronomical amount of money, I know it’s a scam though 😎🌹

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      1. Years ago when scammers rang about mobile phone plans from Mumbai, I used an Indian friend’s knowledge of the city to say I ran a local business there, they usually hung up quickly. The other was to speak in German. But with the internet and texting, it is harder to surprise or get rid of them.

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