Emile, a regular listener of Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show, called in to complain.
He claims that his wife recently had R45 000 of fees charged to her Vodacom contract after five new contracts were fraudulently added to it.
For more detail; listen to Emile explain his problem in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from the conversation).
Nowhere was she, as the primary account holder, notified.— Emile
Who opens five new contracts, and then terminates within days?— Emile
How has Vodacom determined that my wife can afford the R45 000 charged against her account?— Emile
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