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Dot Con: The Art of Scamming a Scammer Paperback – August 13, 2015
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James Veitch is a musician, comedian, director, writer and performer. In 2014, his first solo comedy show The Fundamental Interconnectedness of Everyone with an Internet Connection premiered at The Edinburgh Fringe to wide acclaim and was described as "Tears-down-the-face funny" by the Sunday Herald after a sell-out run. His work has been published by the New York Times and in various short-fiction journals. Author location: London www.bluffable.com
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought the book on a whim after reading portions of it online. While waiting for the delivery, I had moments of doubt "Is this book worth it? It wasn't even Amazon Prime-able. I had to pay shipping&handling." Then I got the book, and all those doubts faded away.
It's one of those books that are hilarious! But I read it slowly to treasure every email conversation. No need to rush through b/c we know how it will end. It's just a great book to have to read a couple troll-spam stories and really enjoy the moment.
Also, regarding one of the failed scams in the book--I find the concept of a snail farm highly unlikely, because as a midwestern American, I know just how hard is is to hitch a snail up to a plow. And the snail rodeos take longer than a cricket tournament, believe me.