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MAN BOOKED “GIRL” END UP ASKED TO BUY ITUNES CARD

A netizen shared the story online about how he took action with his “little brother” and almost lost $100.

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It is never safe to randomly book this kind of service and always be wary when it involves money. Doing so could get you in trouble as most of these services are obviously illegal.

If your caught in the act you will be faced with multiple “kopi sessions” with the authorities.

Here is the story:

Got to know a contact number online on a 23 girl providing special service $100/90mins.made an appointment & the Address was given at a Location near 7-Eleven. Upon reaching the location, Need to take a photo of the exact location of the girl.

She claimed that someone would call to verify my identity.

In less than a minute, a Chinese guy call to buy an iTunes card ($100) and pass it to the girl later when met. I told him to cancel the appointment and hung up. Thereafter, I received many threatening messages and photos.

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Nothing was lost except for the unknown call coming in at least 10 times a day.

 Friends, out there, please stay safe & always think of your family before you regret it!

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This kind of technique is common and one who did not think with his brain but use his primal instincts for decision making often get scam.

The best way to avoid getting scam is educating yourself.

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