>

search@yuitsumuni

Custom Search

Cari@susuibu.com

Custom Search

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Namaku

Siapa nama aku?
Nama aku RaFidah

Tadi ada orang call aku, tak pasti sama ada orang yang bekerja di bank ke..Ah long ke ceti ke..etc....
Dia dail nombor telefon aku dan cakap 'boleh saya cakap dengan Faridah"
Aku jawap. "tak ada"

Aku agak dia nak cakap dengan aku tetapi memandangkan dia sebut nama bukan nama aku jadi aku bagi tau dia wrong number.Buleh?
Bagi aku RaFidah Dan FaRidah jauh sangat ejaannya.
Kenapa boleh salah?
Sepatutnya si pemanggil itu perlu baca betul-betul setiap nama orang yang hendak dipanggil.

Lagi pun aku kena berhati-hati juga.Sekarang ni bukan setakat spam Email..Spam phone call pun banyak....
Hati-hati manalah tau dia tak tau nama aku tetapi nak buat-buat tau...bila aku ngaku dia charge bill ka apa ka..kan...Ahaks....
Btw nak share satu forwarded Email ni

>>I just want to share the incident that happened to me yesterday. I received
> > a call from a woman by the name Lisa claiming she is calling on behalf of
> > Bank Negara. She introduced herself formally and explained to me that Bank
> > Negara is concerned for credit card users in Malaysiawho overspend their
> > limit and put themselves too deep in debt. So, Bank Negara is introducing
> > this new "MBF Countdown Backup" card for all owners of credit cards all
> > around Malaysiaand will soon be a compulsory thing. The card, according to
> > Lisa, will be swiped everytime a transaction is performed using your credit
> > card and this will enable Bank Negara to monitor our spending. And in
> > return, we will get discounts ranging from 5% to 40% for different
> > merchants.
> >
> > Then, this is where my stupidity sets in. Because she spoke to me in Bahasa
> > Malaysiaand the background noise implicates that it is a bank working
> > environment, and above all this, she was able to readout to me my 16-digit
> > credit card numbers and particulars and even my outstanding balance with
> > the credit card, it convinced me that this could be a new system
> > implemented by Bank Negara. So, when she asked for my 3-digit approval code
> > written behind the credit card, I "STUPIDLY" gave it to her.
> >
> > Then after all this was charade was over, Lisa informed me that a charge of
> > RM480 will be charged to my credit card as a starters fee to waive off the
> > annual fee. This woke me up!! So, I questioned Lisa on why do I need to pay
> > for something that Bank Negara wants to implement to help the people of
> > Malaysia(not a very noble cause). Then she explained to me that they are
> > from a company calling on behalf of Bank Negara. And she said all the banks
> > are well aware of this system. She then passed me over to her manager, Mr.
> > Zakri or Mr. Z (similar to the MIB) or something. This gentleman then tries
> > to assure me that this is not a fraud or scam.
> >
> > Then after his long-winded speech about the benefits of their card (no
> > longer Bank Negara's), I told him to hold the approval of the card as I
> > don't need it. I told him that I will call my bank to verify this card and
> > get back to him. He agreed to my suggestion and even gave me 2 of his
> > contact numbers for me to get back to him (03-40422522 and 03-40424288).
> > So, when I called both my credit card banks regarding this matter both
> > banks told me that there was no such thing. Immediately I told that I might
> > have fell for a fraud telephony case and wanted to cancel and suspend all
> > my credit cards. The banks suspended my cards and agreed to send me a
> > replacement card. Then when I called back Mr. Z at the number he gave me, a
> > different lady attended to me and passed me on to a chinese lady who spoke
> > in mandarin to me in a very heavy China accent. I told them that I have
> > called my cc banks and cancelled my cards and specifically told her that I
> > do not agree to their terms and I don't want their offer. She explained to
> > me and assured me that they will delete my cc details and not charge me for
> > anything. So, all this happened yesterday.
> >
> > Being paranoid, I called my banks again this morning to double check if any
> > transactions had gone through yesterday after I cancelled my card. And
> > guess what. Those m#^*!#fkers actually did try to charge me but the banks
> > did not let the transactions go through. I consider myself lucky coz I
> > acted a step ahead of them.
> >
> > Lesson from all of this, never ever entertain telephony offers that involve
> > credit cards. 2 of my colleagues fell for these scams before and 1 of them
> > was lucky enough to have the bank recognise it as a fraud case while the
> > other 1 lost RM3000.

Aku forwarded pula Email ni kepada suamiku
Dan pagi tadi on the way nak datang kerja hubby bagi tahu dia ada terima call serupa macam dalam fowarded Email. Tapi Alhamdulillah...Kami memang tengah minimakan penggunaan kad hutang ini. Maka suamiku bagi tau the card not with him tinggal kat rumah....Alasan macam tak logik je kan..Tapi aku pun suka guna alasan ni.
Then orang tu kata nanti esok dia call lagi. Hubby terus bagi tau..saya tidak berminat jangan call saya lagi.

Lepas dia putuskan talian baru dia dapat forwarded Email ni dari aku hahahahaaa


Kes yang lebih kurang sama.
Panggilan telefon dari ntah apa syarikat ntah kononnya aku terpilih untuk dapat discount card memandangkan account kad hutang aku tu bersih...Dia punya benefit..
Dapat 20% off air fare, 20% off hotel dan macam2 lagi la..konon....
Aku terus tanya..
"then how much i have to pay for the discount card?"
Dia jawap
"Kita hanya akan charge sekali sahaja for life..it's rm499.99"
Aku balas balik
"Sorry saya langsung tak berminat"
Then dipujuk2nya aku dengan pelbagai privillage...Poodah..Tak kuasa...
Aku dengan kurang sopannya putuskan panggilan.
Nampak macam zalim..Tapi zalim lagi si pemanggil tu...

1 comment:

anamiraa said...

betoi.. buang masa aje dok dengar depa bebel dalam telepon..