In this fast paced, no holds barred book, Rob Anspach takes on the scam callers, spammy emailers and fraudulent texters and delivers a laugh-out-loud resource teaching readers the art of defending themselves against these nefarious crooks.
“Never in my wildest imagination did I realize taking scam calls could be so much fun. My favorite is the “bank job” one… so good! Rob does the “tough” job of talking to, texting, and emailing scammers so you don’t have to. And in between the stories, he shares valuable tips which could save you or your family a boatload of headaches.”– Lynn Swayze, Kick Ass Direct Response Copywriter
“Rob Anspach has written an entertaining & easy-to-read book laying out some of the most common digital and phone scams that we’re all dealing with on a regular basis. Technology has certainly made it easier for you to find your long, lost wealthy “relatives” and to assist kindhearted people get large sums of money out of their countries, if only you can “help” them by posing as a “next-of-kin” of the deceased, or to aid a wealthy, dying widow support some of her favorite “pet” causes. So PRESS 1 for entertainment and get this book!” – Michael E. Schmidlen, The Old Bull, Old Bulls Marketing
“Think of Rob Anspach as Scammer TSA…and he’s wearing an extra-large rubber glove.” – Steve Gamlin, Keynote Speaker/Author, The Motivational Firewood™ Guy
In this humorous handy-dandy “must-have” book, Rob takes you on his adventures dealing with…
•Electric Rate Scammers,
•IRS Lawsuit Scams,
•Craigslist Auto Scams,
•Coca Cola Lottery,
•Bitcoin Email Scam,
just to name a few,
…and shows you how to fight the scam calls, emails and texts. So that you don’t become the next victim of their dubious scams.
“Rob Anspach has written what can only be considered a social primer for dealing effectively with phone scammers while at the same time thoroughly enjoying yourself at their expense.Not so very long ago I did what I considered to be the ‘right thing’ by adding my cell phone to the government DO NOT CALL list. I know, I know, what was I thinking? Before making that fatal mistake when my phone rang I knew it was only one of a handful of people who actually have my number. Then…the calls began. And they kept coming. It got so bad that I had to turn the ringer off on my phone and even considered getting a new number. Rob to the rescue! He began sharing his hilarious dialogues with these scammers on Facebook and I got to where I went looking for them each day and was actively disappointed when there was nothing new. I even copied some into scripts of a sort and began using them against our shared mortal enemies. If you feel the need to say hello when your phone rings, have this primer ready!” – Denise Griffitts, Your Office On The Web