Roy L Baker (TikTok Viral) Biography, Wiki
The life hack, courtesy of user Roy L Baker Jr. (@1roy_jr), is the latest in a long line of TikTok tips for dealing with scams. In the past, users have also shared their tricks for avoiding Venmo scams, catching “catfishing” dating profiles and dodging price hikes on Uber rides.
Roy L Baker Scam Phone Call
has found a brilliant way of getting rid of annoying scam phone callers, after convincing a con artist that he was with the CIA.
Roy L Baker TikTok
In a viral video, posted by TikTok user @1roy_jr and captioned “CIA Fraud Division Coming to a dial tone near you”, Roy L Baker showed how he deals with nuisance calls.
At the start of the clip, he received a call from a “spam risk” number but decided to answer anyway and have a bit of fun.
When he picked up the phone, he pretended to be from the non-existent CIA fraud department.
Roy L Baker CIA Agent
Baker told the scammer: “Hello. Thank you for calling the CIA. You’ve reached our Scam and Fraud Division. All of our agents are currently assisting other callers.
“To further assist you, please hold while we download your incoming and outgoing call logs to be analysed against our database of known scam and fraud operations.
“An agent will be with you shortly.”
The caller on the other end of the line quickly hung up the phone. To which Baker said: “That’s what I thought.”
The post has been viewed 9.3 million times and has over 2.1 million likes as many people have said they’re going to try it.
Others told Baker he should make it a downloadable sound for people to play to scam callers.
One person wrote: “I would pay for this to be added to my voicemail box.”
Another viewer replied: “Make this as a separate sound so we can play this when someone calls.”
Since the start of the pandemic, scam callers have been using it and the vaccination rollout to prey on people and gain access to their personal information.
Roy L Baker Viral TikTok Video
The clip shows Baker receiving a call labeled “spam risk.” From there, he answers and immediately breaks into a spot-on impression of an automated voicemail audio.
“Hello, thank you for calling the CIA,” Baker says. “You’ve reached our scam and fraud division. All of our agents are currently assisting other callers.”
@1roy_jrCIA Fraud Division Coming to a dial tone near you #fyp #foryou #myroyvoice #scam #extendedwarranty #stopcallin #deepvoice #prankwars #comedy #funny♬ CIA Fraud Division – Roy L Baker Jr
From there, the TikToker tells his spam caller that the “agency” will begin downloading all of their incoming and outgoing call logs — in order to “help” them with whatever scam they’re reporting.
The hack is funny and ironic, and without Baker’s deep-toned voice, probably impossible to replicate. Still, many called the idea “genius.” Others begged Baker to record audio of his speech so they could play it whenever scammers call them.
“I need this as my voicemail!” one user wrote.
“I would pay for this to be added to my voicemail box,” another added.
“His voice is from heaven!” another praised.
“Sir, we need this,” another commenter begged.