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YOU PROBABLY KNOW Kyle Bullock from his “Over the Counter” podcast, in which he tells often-heartwarming tales from the jewelry industry.

But he also has a taste for the absurd, as he shows in a new YouTube video where he turns the tables on a scammer.

As he explains in the YouTube video description:

It was a boring week at work when I received a simple email: “I HAVE BIGGEST DIAMOND FOR SALE.” Of course, I had to bite.

What followed was an elaborate, ridiculous, hilarious ride of lies and deceit and a big tribute to Taylor Swift.

I urge you – the BEST course of action to take with scam email is to IGNORE and DELETE the emails… unless it leads to a great YouTube video.

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This video is brought to you by Bullock’s Jewelry and you can see more by going to KyleRBullock.com.

And yes, all of this is 100% real!

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Kyle Bullock is a fourth-generation jeweler who manages Bullock's Jewelry in Roswell, NM. He is also a best selling author, speaker and performer, and small business coach. To contact him, email him at KyleRBullock@gmail.com.

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