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  1. Ya if it inconvenience you, it mean it also inconvenience scammers
  2. already say many many time treat your account that link to ecom or payment etc... like a top up card. you need to buy something then transfer or go deposit at atm which i did, so there no other way or weakness to transfer out or in , and the other account is standalone without any card or 2 in1 card etc............. aka old school
  3. Hi everyone sorry my post will be a bit too long. Admin pls delete if inappropriate. I just would like to share and let out my frustration. On end of may this year, My husband ibanking from POSB account was hacked. he wanted to bought something from 7E that morning but the card was declined. When he check the ibanking he was shocked because he was only left with a few dollars. It stated there he made transaction using our joint account and made payNow transfer to Coda Payments Pte.Ltd (9 payNOW transfer $75 each, total $657) which he didn’t. We already lodge a police report and called POSB. So fast forward they ask us to wait and around last month Posb called my husband saying Coda Payments will like to settle with us and that we will probably get our money back. They provide us with coda email. So we emailed coda with the police report and everything then Coda replied to us saying that Coda will only fulfil the transaction after PayNow has completed the authentication process and it’s successfully verified. Then they ask us to contact back Paynow if the transaction is not done by us. We tried reaching back to POSB but still we receive no reply from them until now. So right now we really didn’t know what else to do in order to get the money back. It was really unfortunate for us because my husband just received his pay that month (he is the sole breadwinner for our family). Luckily we already settled our bills and that money was supposed to be our money to spend for the next month so $657 is not a small amount of money for us. It shook me that your money can just be taken away just like that from your bank account without you authorised it. I truly understand that pay now transfer transactions will only be authorised by us, but we didn’t receive any QR codes or text or any sort of authorisation. Coda payments were also not in the paynow transfer list (if you want to payNow need to save phone number or UEN number right). Maybe it is just not our luck. Until now i’m sort of traumatised even tho we changed all of our cards and make a new ibanking. I just hope that this thing won’t happen to anyone else. https://singaporeuncensored.com/mans-posb-account-wipe-out-after-unauthorized-paynow
  4. A bloke who ended up in a fight with another man after drinking too much has sued the bar where he got drunk for a whopping $5.5 million (£4,014,862). Daniel Rawls filed a civil suit against La Fogata Mexican Grill in Odessa, Texas, claiming the restaurant had been negligent after continuing to serve him booze while he was intoxicated. Rawls visited the restaurant and bar in May 2019, got drunk and ended up in an altercation with fellow customer Robert Henrickson in the venue's car park, the Houston Chronicle reports. Rawls claimed to have sustained a head injury during the altercation with Henrickson, who had also been drinking. Daniel Rawls. Credit: Andrews County Court Records The lawsuit claimed that La Fogata Mexican Grill, its owner Lourdes Galindo and a bartender who was not named in the suit, were responsible for Rawls' injury as they allowed both him and Henrickson to drink excessively and leave together. The suit also claimed the restaurant was negligent as an ambulance wasn't called after Rawls was injured. It went on to allege that the bartender had not been properly trained to notice when customers had had too much to drink, and that Galindo had not made sure the car park was free from obstacles 'that would pose a tripping or falling hazard to intoxicated patrons'. Rawls claimed to have sustained a 'serious and debilitating' injury after he was hit by Henrickson and fell over in the 'uneven parking lot'. In total, Rawls made five claims against La Fogata Mexican Grill including premises liability, negligence and damages arising from foreseeable criminal conduct. The Andrews County 109th District Court ruled in Rawls' favour in a default judgement - which means Galindo did not respond to the suit or attend the hearing. Credit: ink_lee0/Pixabay The hearing did not make a judgement on whether Rawls' claims were true. La Fogata Mexican Grill now has 30 days to file a notice of appeal, if they want to go for a new trial. According to the Houston Chronicle, Rawls is alleged to have a history of being drunk - jail records show he was arrested twice on charges of publication intoxication once in February last year and then again in May this year. The Midland Reporter Telegram, Rawls was also arrested and charged with drunk driving earlier this month.
  5. not my style, i pefer to eat chicken wing without making hand dirty
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  8. KUALA LUMPUR: Almost 80,000 divorce cases were filed at courts nationwide during the Covid-19 pandemic period between March 2020 and last month. From the total divorce cases, 66,440 involved Muslim couples and 10,346 involved non-Muslims. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the data on the divorce cases were based on the statistics provided by the Courts and the Syariah Judiciary Department. Ismail Sabri (BN - Bera) said this in his written reply in Parliament when responding to a question by Datuk Dr Hasan Bahrom (PH - Tampin) who asked the prime minister to state the statistic of divorce cases involving people in the rural areas during the pandemic. "The courts do not have a specific statistic on divorce cases among people in the rural areas during the pandemic. "However, the number of divorce cases filed among non-Muslim couples nationwide from March in 2020 until August 2021 was 10,346 cases. "Similarly, the Syariah Judiciary Department does not have the distribution of divorce cases filed among Muslim couples residing in the urban and rural areas. "However, the number of cases registered for divorces involving Muslim couples during the same period was 66,440," he said. Based on these statistics, Selangor has the highest number of couples registering for divorce, in which, 12,479 cases involved Muslim couples and 3,169 cases involved non-Muslim couples. © New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd
  9. why? Crossing the ocean in the middle of WWII to escort ships safely from attacks by German submarines? Plane crash + deserted island = a really long beard on Tom Hanks. For years. Not months. Years. Houston, we have a problem? Somali pirates take over Tom Hanks's ship You're going to hit a flock of birds flying and have to land your plane in the river It's the Cold War and U2 spy plane pilot Tom Hanks doesn't know bus schedules and you could have walked to your destination You're in France, fighting the good fight against the Nazis, trying to rescue this one guy, and sadly, sadly, it's not going to end well for you. You're always going to be one step behind tracking down a criminal across the globe. You're in Italy, having a blast, and then you wake up with amnesia and lo and behold, another worldwide conspiracy unfolds. You've traveled to Saudi Arabia to meet a king and oops, nothing is like you expected. You're at the airport and you find out your country no longer exists after being taken over by a coup. Guess you live at the airport now! many many other
  10. The Chinese government has ordered a boycott of “sissy pants” celebrities as it escalates a fight against what it sees as a cultural import that threatens China’s national strength. In a directive issued on Thursday, China’s TV watchdog said entertainment programs should firmly reject the “deformed aesthetics” of niangpao, a derogatory term that refers to effeminate men. The order came as Beijing tightens control over the country’s entertainment industry, taking aim at an explosion of TV and streaming shows that hold increasing sway over pop culture and the youth. Young, delicate-looking men who display gentle personalities and act in boys’ love dramas have amassed large fan bases mostly comprising women. Many of them, like Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo, are China’s top-earning celebrities. They came in sharp contrast with the older generation of male stars, who were expected to sing revolutionary songs and play intrepid, aggressive soldiers defending the country from foreign enemies. But the more gender-neutral aesthetics have come under criticism from conservative voices in society. Some officials and parents fear the less macho men on TV would cause young men to lose their masculinity and therefore threaten the country’s development. Earlier this year, the Ministry of Education pledged to promote sports education in Chinese schools in response to a politician’s proposal about “preventing men from becoming too feminine.” The latest boycott order is part of a broader response to what the government deems as “chaos” in Chinese entertainment. Days before the order was issued, a commentary published by a Communist Party mouthpiece called the popularity of “sissy pants” a social problem that would distort the taste of the Chinese youth. Cui Le, a researcher on queer issues in China with the University of Auckland, said the clampdown on “sissy pants” reflected authorities’ attempt to reinforce mainstream gender roles and resist what they regard as Western gender values. “Masculinity is being associated with nationalism,” Cui said. “It’s believed the effeminate male image could mislead young people, hinder the nation’s rejuvenation, and weaken the country’s ability in fighting with others.” The pushes for macho men have triggered backlash from an expanding feminist community. Many women feel offended by the term “sissy pants” and the sexist implication that traits associated with women are inferior. Some internet users expressed worry that the official rejection of “sissy men” will encourage the kind of toxic masculinity that leads to violence against women, sexual minorities as well as men who do not fit into the traditional macho image. “So men should be masculine, as in being dirty and having big bellies,” said one of the top-voted comments on the microblogging site Weibo. “‘Sissy’ is the highest compliment for a man,” another person wrote. “It means the person is probably very handsome. He would pay attention to personal hygiene, have good manners, and respect women.” Guo Ting, an expert on gender politics in China with the University of Toronto, said young Chinese people have embraced gender-neutral figures in entertainment as a way to challenge the patriarchal culture in real life. But the state regards traditional hetero-masculinity as part of its security-focused authoritarian rule, which promotes a need for a strong leader, militarism and aggressive diplomatic rhetoric, she said. It’s unclear how the government will define “sissy pants,” but the order is expected to prompt more stringent self-censorship by tech and entertainment companies that are already caught in a sweeping regulatory crackdown. Explicitly homosexual characters are not allowed on Chinese TV, and no prominent mainland Chinese celebrity has come out as gay. Platforms have previously blurred male stars’ earrings and ponytails because of their ostensible association with rebellion and counterculture. The Thursday notice also banned idol survival contests and reality shows featuring celebrities’ children––some of the most popular and lucrative genres in the past. Authorities have accused the shows of causing food waste, irrational spending, and harming children’s growth.
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