A journalist confronted with an email scammer cleverly scammed right back...much to the scammer's chagrin.Pressed by a scammer to send him a copy of his passport, Josh Billinson used the Bourne identity, and the scammer freaked the F out.https://twitter.com/jbillinson/status/903285349744615424/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fmashable.com%2F2017%2F09%2F01%2Femail-scammer-trolling-jason-bourne-passport%2F Damon approves. GiphyClearly not a Matt Damon fan, attempted scammer Richard Hummel engaged in ALL CAPS mode, writing, "I DO NOT THINK THAT I WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS WITH YOU BECAUSE EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU IS FALSE, I AM SORRY I DO NOT TRUST YOU IN THIS BUSINESS."But the saga doesn't end here."GOOD NEWS: The business is over, but my friendship with Richard is forever," Billinson added.Twitter: jbillinsonTwitter: jbillinsonLooks like their bromance sadly wasn't meant to be.But we can learn from this experience. People on Twitter volunteered other famous aliases for the next time a scammer strikes.https://twitter.com/peSkingG/status/903481144347320322?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fmashable.com%2F2017%2F09%2F01%2Femail-scammer-trolling-jason-bourne-passport%2FI would have sent him this but not a bad choice on your side. pic.twitter.com/j4RNQTcEwG— Josh Weatherford (@BudokaiMR2) September 1, 2017 I always send this to Nigerians that email me. pic.twitter.com/Vgr6o1mLKu— gary leff (@garyleff) August 31, 2017 But I say Jason Bourne all the way. It's The Bourne Supremacy.