Well, I say wolves. I mean people after your money, for any reason. And when I say door, it could be a door or a phone or an email or whatever. For example: I just had some spotty gimboid (thank you Red Dwarf) at the door telling me about his campaign to get sign language into schools. All very noble, I thought, and resisted the urge to automatically say "Not interested thanks" and close the door as I normally do to charity workers who should really know that if I was going to hand my bank details over to a charity, it wouldn't be via some gimp at my door wielding a clipboard. He asked if I had children to which I responded "I don't". Then he said "Not getting enough practice, mate?" I smiled. Then I shut the door. Insulting your mark is never the best way to engage them. Another example is the time one of India's finest rang me up to tell me they could help with my slow Windows PC. Since I don't own one, I decided to play along, correcting him at every turn with little observations like "You don't work for Windows, Windows is a product, you must work for Microsoft, get your lies straight mate" while encouraging him to carry on trying. The call ended when I claimed not to have a CTRL button on my keyboard. Then there was the time I just made increasingly alarming monkey noises down the phone. That confused the hell out of him! Anyone else got stories to share along this theme?