I have also been signed up by Cellspice for their adult content delivery service - to a 3G account using a 3G dongle. CLEARLY there is a pattern here. A search on Hellopeter reveals that Cellspice is stealing from quite a few people: http://hellopeter.com/search-reports?keyword=cellspice. 1 case in November 2012. 1 case in January 2013. 1 case in March 2013. 4 cases in May 2013. 3 cases in August 2013. 6 cases in September 2013. 1 case in October 2013. And these are the ones reported to Hellopeter alone, and Hellopeter only allows 1 report per 5 day period per supplier!
Cellspice does respond, but all they come up with is "let's try and find an amicable resolution". I took it up with WASPA, and Cellspice just let me know that they will not refund me. I clicked on a banner, and signed up. That is what they say. And all they have to prove it is an IP address and a cellphone number. And Vodacom happily obliges to their every request.
How about this for an amicable resolution, Cellspice: Take you crappy adult content and shove it so far up your backside that you can taste it for the next 7 years. Oh, and record it on camera - you may just have someone interested in that sort of thing, then you can deliver that content to them too @ R7.00 per day.
IMO the cellular service providers should do more to protect their clients against these extortionists. Hey, I have my boss' cell number. I think he's an idiot. I'll just go and sign him up at Cellspice, seeing that there is NO CONFIRMATION required.
|Crime Date/Time:||14 Aug 2013, 00:08 AM|
|Reported Date:||9 Oct 2013, 10:10 AM|