For the last several months, almost daily, I’ve been getting those “car warranty expiration” scam calls. Sometimes, I just let them leave a partial message…”press 2 if you wish to be removed from our calling list.” Sure. That works…NEVER.
I’ve played with them before. When they ask the make and model of my car, I tell them that if they know the warranty is expiring, they should know the make and model of my car. This pisses them off and they hang up.
The other day, I got “the call.” I was feeling a bit playful, so here’s how the conversation went.
Caller: What is the make and model of your car?
Me: (In my very best proper British accent). Hello. Are you there?
Caller: Yes, I’m here. What is the make and model of your car?
Me: Hello. Can you hear me?
Caller: Yes, I can hear you.
Me: Oh, good, good, good, good, good. Now tell me, dear. What is the model number of the item you wish to purchase?
Me: What is the model number of the item you wish to purchase? You should see the model number next to the item.
Caller: What are you selling?
Me: Dildos, dear. Which particular one will be tickling your fancy?
Me: Hello. Are you there?