A.I Chatbot Will Get Revenge
on Email Scammers For You

"Revenge of the Inbox: AI Wastes Spammers' Time!"

You Can Use This AI Chatbot to Get Back at Email Scammers!

Have you ever stopped to think about $12 billion? That is the staggering amount of money lost to phishing schemes worldwide. The worst part is that not all of these scam attempts are as obvious as an email purporting to be from your dear grandmother begging for a rapid influx of cash.

No, the world of phishing is much more complex, entangling gullible people in its virtual web. Remarkably, 80% of participants in a thorough research by Intel Security acknowledged that they had misidentified at least one phishing email. This figure highlights how widespread these cyberthreats are and how easily even the most astute among us can become a victim.

Re:scam has become a strong opponent in a matter of days, having sent out more than 26,000 emails and thereby wasting more than three months' worth of scammers' effort. This fact will make you laugh: the longest conversation to yet involved 20 emails, demonstrating the bot's unrelenting resolve to outsmart its online opponents.

$12 Billion Lost to Phishing Scams
Sophisticated Fraudulent Attempts
80% Misidentify Phishing Emails
Netsafe’s Re:scam Initiative
Witty Duels with Scammers
Comedic Gold in Exchanges
Data Points for Scam Tactics

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The $12 Billion Phishing Scam Epidemic

Here comes Netsafe, the brave non-profit from New Zealand that is using its clever effort to fight the evil of online scammers while putting on its virtual armor: Re:fraud. Imagine this: a deviously constructed chatbot, driven by state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, that engages con artists in a lighthearted fight, thereby squandering their valuable time, or until they discover the swindle.

The conversations that transpire between the con artists and this internet warrior are pure comedy treasure. Consider a recent incident in which the bot, disguising itself as an obliging mark, joked in response to an ominously official-looking email from a fictitious "Bureau of African Affairs": "Hey there! I received your mail. It appears to be rather official! Been 'beneficiaried' never before, so before I get too enthusiastic, just making sure I'm the correct guy."

Netsafe’s Ingenious Re:scam Initiative

Therefore, the next time you find yourself staring at a questionable email, think about forwarding it to Netsafe rather than deleting it and moving on.

In addition to helping the community fight online fraud, you will also get a description of the conversation that ensues between the scammer and the bot, which is a fun side benefit in the midst of the important task of protecting our virtual environment.

Unmasking Scammers: A Digital Duel

Re:scam is a brilliant concept that offers more than just fun.

Each interaction with the bot not only squanders the valuable time of scammers but also provides priceless information that deepens the bot's knowledge of scamming strategies and improves its capacity to foil similar attempts in the future.

It's a win-win solution that strikes out against con artists and adds a little humor to an otherwise serious conflict.


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