Friday, 22 January 2021

Anti-5G USB stick scam under investigation

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 01 June 20

The £339 5GBioShield supposedly uses quantum technology to protect against the unsubstantiated danger of 5G... but in reality it is little more than basic USB drive

As always, where suggestible people are falling prey to misinformation, there are unscrupulous individuals waiting to take advantage of them for financial gain. Now, unfounded health fears surrounding 5G have seen scam products hit the shelves, claiming to protect people from the dangers of 5G.   One such device notably made headlines recently: the so-called 5GBioShield…

As always, where suggestible people are falling prey to misinformation, there are unscrupulous individuals waiting to take advantage of them for financial gain. Now, unfounded health fears surrounding 5G have seen scam products hit the shelves, claiming to protect people from the dangers of 5G.   One such device notably made headlines recently: the so-called 5GBioShield…

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