A ‘Yahoo Boy’ Thought He Was Scamming An 83-Year-Old Granny But Ended Up Getting The Lesson Of His Life [Video]

Deeveeaar is a Youtube channel of dedicated scam vigilantes, focused mainly on exposing scammers and call centres all over the world, and they take their job quite seriously. Their main goal is to “prank yahoo boys, bait them, make them hate their job and discourage illegitimate call centers,” making the internet a safer place for us all. The page is run by a guy in his late 20’s known as DVR, who, inspired by other scam baiters and frustrated with the lack of action taken against online scammers, decided to take action himself.

“I started off with some pranks and scambaits, but quickly I started seeing weaknesses in scammers scripts,” DVR told Bored Panda. “I got a lot of very sad stories from v-ictims, which made me really determined to do more. I got together a team of very skilled people, and we decided to f-ight back in more ways than just wasting their time.

We started call flooding and accessing their computers so we could uncover more evidence, getting their personal information so we could report them, and figure out more of what they do. This scammer thought everything was going well when he managed to get an 83-year-old ‘grandma’ to give him access to her PC.

He thought he had her hooked when he complimented her grandkids in the background.

What he didn’t know was that ‘granny’ was actually a hacker from internet vigilante group Deeveeaar, who specialize in scam baiting.

Watch how the scammer got played without even realizing it in this video.

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