The fraudulent contest was set to run through May 4, a day commonly associated with Star Wars due to a twist on the Jedi saying, "May the force be with you," "May the 4th be with you."
"Most of the time they would just go, 'Hey is this the guy from Craigslist?' And I was like, 'What?'" Webb told WDBJ. "[After they do the impersonation] I was like, 'Hello!' They'd be like, 'Is that good? And I'd be like, 'Yeah, that was pretty good."
Webb said that he's actually had some lengthy conversations with the callers after the initial confusion and even got to hear a few of their personal stories.
He said he's been a good sport and won't have the ad removed and is planning his own prank to get vengeance on his friends.
Webb added that he unfortunately won't be handing out the $50 reward, as he has to care for his newborn child.