Who doesn't fancy not having to worry about overshooting their monthly cellular data limit imposed by those greedy and monopolistic carrier companies, costing the average mobile user tens of dollars each recurring month? This silly hack might be something no telco wants consumers to know about...
This week, one of subscribers, which we shall nickname Tim, sent us a rather interesting email about his close shave with falling prey to an online fraud scheme.
Tim is based in Singapore, and was engaged in an online transaction through the popular online marketplace, Carousell. His account of what happened next makes for a pretty intriguing story, and is something Tim wants "the general public to be wary" and cognizant about.
His close encounter with a "cleverly planned" fraud across multiple mediums shows just how far people will go just to rip others off. Thankfully, Tim's quick-wittedness saved him from loosing a beautiful timepiece to a shameless invertebrate who was apparently inept in even crafting an email.
With material evidence courtesy of Tim, we delightfully expose a dumb fraudster's attempt at daylight robbery. The sensitive details of all persons (excluding the fraudster's) have been concealed to protect their identities.