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Spammers have finally met their match. Scamalot follows James Veitch, author of Dot Con, on a quest to take down email fraud with the most powerful weapon on the Internet: Humor.

Man brilliantly trolls email scammer who wants to split a trunk of money

Trolls are usually the worst kinds of humans, but not when they're up against an email scammer.?

In episode 4 of?Scamalot, comedian?James Veitch??gives this scammer, "Mary Gary," a hassle by proposing they split a trunk of money and possibly some?ancient graphic art.

Not only does Veitch try to?bargain for a?bigger cut of the treasure trunk, but he also wants to get his friend Charlie in on the action.

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