Jamie Giles in Topsham had someone on Facebook pretend they were her uncle - she quickly caught on and had a little fun. Well, a lot of fun.

 

Maybe you've been messaged by someone pretending to be someone you know. This time, for Jamie (who owns Rising Sun Nutrition in Topsham), they were pretending to be her uncle. In these scams, they talk about the 'good news' they've had and it all has to do with all this money YOU CAN GET!! Jamie knew it wasn't her uncle and decided to have a litte fun with the scammer.

Jamie Giles

Good ol' 'George' just kept on keeping on. Here comes the great news about the 50,000 dollars!

Jamie Giles

Jamie was having too much fun and kept it going....next it gets a little more crazy.

Jamie Giles

So 'George' is cool with her bathroom break - but Jamie took too long and had to explain why. In grand detail.

Jamie Giles

Then Jamie kicked it up a notch! A lot! So much so, that I gotta put a warning here!

**NSFW**

Jamie Giles

That's when the communication stopped. Jamie said she was feeling a little 'cheeky' when this scammer decided to pretend to be her uncle. Hey Facebook scammers..come on! We know it's a scam! Knock it off!

By the way, if you'd like a nutrious smoothie or tea, check out Jamie's  Rising Sun Nutrition in Topsham. She runs the place...just don't try to scam her!

 

 

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