Review of Spying on the Scammers (2020)

Moving picture, 67 minutes

Seen in 2020.

I saw the public, censored version, in four parts.

Activist Jim Browning (a pseudonym) hacks into the networked CCTV DVR of Faremart Travels, a Delhi travel agency with a rear office devoted to IT support scams.

This is the patronage-supported amateur Youtube production describing Browning’s perspective on events that are also the subject of a separate, concurrent BBC production. It’s a beautiful piece of work, not quite Colonel Willis Corto in Operation Screaming Fist, but close enough.

moving picture non-fiction series