Whilst millions across America file for unemployment amid the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, these two scam busting YouTubers are helping scammers leave the corrupt business, that leaves thousands of Americans in debt each day. Find out how Trilogy Media’s Art and Ashton are using their internet platform to help change the lives of so many.
These Two YouTubers Are Changing The Lives Of Ex-Scammers Who Want Out
Meet Art and Ashton, also known on YouTube as Trilogy Media. After starting out on YouTube in 2016, these two filmmakers have grown their platform, exposing call-center scams that leave thousands of Americans in overwhelming debt. The duo uploads weekly to their channel, using games and challenges to waste scammer time and protect innocent people.
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The daily lives of both Art and Ashton took a turn however, when they met a scammer that was adamant on leaving the business. Trilogy Media set up a GoFundMe for the individual, giving him the help necessary to leave the call center and start a genuine business. The 12-part series on Trilogy Media’s YouTube channel shows ‘Markissimo’ (a made-up name to protect the identity of the ex-scammer) and his life-changing journey, leaving his past scammer career behind.
Over $6,000 was raised to help the ex-scammer change his life for the better. The individual now lives with his family in rural India and owns a printing shop.
Watch the full 12-part series HERE, which follows the complete journey of Markissimo.
Trilogy Media Help Another Ex-Scammer Start A New Life
Trilogy Media’s Art and Ashton have begun a new mission to help another scammer in recent months, to start a new life. The ex-scammer that goes by the name of Dybala, is recently featuring on the channel’s latest series as he prepares to buy a car and become a full-time taxi driver.
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The series features footage recorded by Dybala of the call center he used to work in. Trilogy Media’s latest video on the ex-scammer shows Dybala giving an update on how the conditions of the Coronavirus are affecting him and how a close family member of his has died as a result.
“Now with COVID-19, people are dying now with COVID-19, with the Coronavirus. Even out here, we are locked down for 3-4 months. I was planning to make some videos, about my life change and for helping me, but something really bad happened to me. My grandfather passed away just a few days ago,” says Dybala in the recent video uploaded by Trilogy Media (above).