Dot Con: The Art of Scamming a Scammer
Summed up in a single word, Dot.Con is hilarious! James Veitch does everything that I’d never think to do when it comes to spam emails. I would think that something bad would happen, but in reality, I would probably have an enjoyable time. Readers should recognize these emails; they are sent to us asking for money and sometimes to invest in an amazing deal, one that seems too good to be true. Rather than delete these emails, Veitch decides to see what happens if he were to reply. The responses he receives are humorous; it is a fun read to see where Veitch takes the scammers in their conversations. He messes with the scammer’s emotions with his witty replies and sees how far he can get them to go with their charade before they give up on him.
Dot.Con brings to light the potentially life-changing repercussions that these scammers can have on an innocent person’s life due to their insistence for the responder to stay on task with sending their money. English teachers will probably hate this book because of the misuse of the English language by these scammers. This book is educational, as well as humorous, which adds up to a great read.
|Page Count||208 pages|
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