Anyways, a few people wrote to the newspaper about the extra charge and guess what, mTouche published a ‘clarification’ in the Class Ad section of Today today.
mTouche Pte Ltd, a premium mobile aggregator for business-to-consumer SMS, would like to make the following clarification
Wah! Clarification also must say you are the best issit? Next time hor, can do even better.... mTouche Pte Ltd, soon to be Fortune 500 company offering 100% dividend to all shareholders and looking to expand into the Chinese and Indian markets, would like to make the following clarification
.... erroneously billed $1 due to technical error
Aah! I get it. The unsolicited SMS was not wrong at all. It was the stoopid computer that screwed up your marketing strategy. So if we consumers want to sue someone, we should take legal action against the CPU and monitor. Thank you hor...
mTouche has immediately terminate the shortcode and service of MyGlobal Fun and have also sought the help of all the mobile operators to reverse the charge to all affected mobile phone users
What in the world is shortcode? Tsk tsk, techie jargon gets you nowhere dude. You sent us unsolicited SMS thinking we were bodohs right? Well, we are. And hey, it isn’t enuf if you refund the $1 you know. We are Singaporeans, must offer us free unsolicited SMS during Chinese New Year for the next 5 years. And an extra SMS during National Day for the bad English.
mTouche, I have a suggestion for you. Quickly change your name to ‘New mTouche’. You have a better chance of being forgiven :)