Some of the more menial tasks involve posing as experienced scammers trying to befriend newbies in order to give them sage advice. "For example, scammers like idioms, but many of their native idioms are different to those of English language and they may not know that many from the latter. Teach them a new one: tell them that 'take this offer of mine with a huge grain of salt' means 'this is the chance of your life time and I am very serious about this,'" -C- says.
Baiting scammers for fun and profit
It occurs to me that not everyone has yet come across the Twitter feed of Donaeld the Unready and associated accounts. There is a growing…
h/t to Aaron for pointing out the one from the Financial Times. ("Moral hazard" is my favorite.)
[Thanks to Steffan for pointing this one out.] For those who haven't come across it yet, *especially* if you're a foodie, I commend Brooklyn Bar…