Armourcell is a peel-and-stick square that can be slapped onto the back of mobile phones to protect a user’s mobile phone from wireless breaches.
“We’re not a major fraud!”
This was the last sentence to leave Brandon Reynolds’ lips as he admitted defeat and the falsification of his new app Sociabl to David Campbell on The Today Show this morning.
Movies often make whistleblowing look glamorous, with the whistleblowers taking down corrupt corporates James Bond-style. Sylvain Mansotte knows that, in reality, this isn’t quite the case.
Nothing in this world angers me more than someone fronting as a charity to dupe people out of their money. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence. The latest fraudster to roam our shores is someone who has used at least two separate monikers in attempts to extract money from Australian companies. The unknown culprit is specifically targeting ecommerce startups and small businesses.