Getting even with an IRS phone scammer (you'll love this!)

Phone scams may be getting more and more clever by the day, but one office full of phony IRS agents made a dumb move when they called a computer programmer who happens to specialize in scam prevention. The programmer operates an anti-scam operation called Project Mayhem and he received a voicemail from someone claiming to be an IRS employee. When he called them back and was asked to pay a massive fine for unclear reasons, he knew immediately that he was being had — and came up with a genius way to pull the plug on them. He wrote a script that called each of their phones 28 times per second with an automated message, tying up their lines and making it impossible to reach other potential victims



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