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Sometimes when you mistype a url, you’re taken to a fake website which tries to make you think your computer is infected with a virus or otherwise malfunctioning. There’s usually contact information to help get this problem resolved.

YouTube Prankster Jack Vale decided to give one of the numbers a call to see who was behind the online scam.

Vale pretends to be an elderly couple who has difficulty understanding the woman on the other end of the phone, and he has a little fun with her before she catches on to the prank.

“Are you in Safari right now?” she asks.

“That was a few years ago,” he replies. “We went to Africa for that, but I’m at home now.”

She tries to convince him to let some IT technician remotely log in to his computer for 6-8 hours to fix the problem, and all for just $399!

Vale encouraged his viewers to bombard the scammers with calls, but the number was disconnected 2 hours after his prank.

It appears they have found other services to troll now instead, at least according to the comments.

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Prankster, Jack Vale, finds a way to gather personal information from social media posts around him to then reveal that back to complete strangers to freak them out.

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Greg and Jack hit the beach for another round of hijinks. Hilarious awkwardness ensues.

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Prankster jackvalefilms is at it again, this time luring unsuspecting shoppers to a crying baby on a bench. Taking editing into account, it begs one question: how many people didn't stop and check?

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Prank Failure of the Day: Well-known annoying person Jack Vale pranks the wrong person's wife, gets punched in the face.

[jvf.]

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Pretty Childish Prank of the Day: Jack Vale takes his immaturity to the next level with "The CopyCat" -- by far his most juvenile prank yet.

[jackvale.]

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