An Anti-Scamming Artificial Intelligence System To Automatically Jerk Scammers Around For As Long As Possible

November 9, 2017

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Re:scam is an artificial intelligence system developed to toy with scammers automatically for as long as possible. You just forward a scam email to me@rescam.org and the system will get started wasting a scammer's time. Details while I forward literally every single work email I've ever gotten:

Re:scam can take on multiple personas, imitating real human tendencies with humour and grammatical errors, and can engage with infinite scammers all at once, meaning it can continue any email conversation for as long as possible. Re:scam will now turn the tables on the scammers by wasting their time, and ultimately damage the profits for scammers...


The aim is to waste the time of scammers, without wasting a second of yours. When you forward an email, you believe to be a scam to me@rescam.org a check is done to make sure it is a scam attempt, and then a proxy email address is used to engage the scammer. This will flood their inboxes with responses without any way for them to tell who is a chat-bot, and who is a real vulnerable target. Once you've forwarded an email nothing more is required on your part, but the more you send through, the more effective it will be.

Fun. I only wish you got a log of the conversation as it happens. I want to make sure my anti-scam bot is living up to my high standards of scammer-scamming, you know? I'm just saying, one time I scammed a scammer so hard he wired me his life savings AND I'm dating his mom now.

Keep going for a video about the service.

Thanks to mof and Erica J, who wish scamming scammers was a full-time job you could get paid to do, because that would be fun and rewarding.

  • Doog

    I swear if this ends up being a scam to collect email addresses...

  • steve holt

    I just went through my spam folder and forwarded about a dozen scammers to me@rescam.org

  • GeneralDisorder

    There was a guy who did this with telephone scammers. He did a TED talk too. It was something like Pirate Phone Company or something.

  • MustacheHam

    Well, now I'm less hesitant to go and check my e-mails.

  • steve holt

    If you guys like this, You should def check out 419eater.com. You get to see high level scammers eat shit.

    I'm not one to Willy Nilly recommend websites, but that thing is a treasure trove of bust out loud laughing. Especially the gallery of pics called "the trophy room"

  • The_Wretched

    Hi Steve Holt, I'm replying to you today under an assumed alias. This is so irena doesn't detect any afterrooster in your posting.

  • steve holt

    Scared me for a sec. I thought the bitch was back. Thx for looking out

  • Bling Nye

    I'm pretty sure some scammers already use a version of this themselves, pumping out automated replies until they get what they want. I've seen email exchanges with the same responses word for word, triggered likely by key words in the email reply. It's going to be hilarious when we start getting AI's going round and round endlessly with each other...

    I'd be more impressed if this functioned over the phone, I'd actually be interested in that. Email is easy enough to junk and delete, but fucking with spammers in any capacity is always a good thing.

  • Jenness

    I have so much to forward to this service.

  • More of this, please.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Sometimes we can have nice things.

  • Doris E. Coldiron

    Celgene fired Leslie Knox in Waterbury but Leslie now makes $19890 working with New York Community Bancorp from home http://b1z.org/u5A

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Found my first target!!

  • Draco Basileus

    Holy shit, this is amazing and awesome at the same time. It's amawesome!

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