You can never be too careful these days.
Just yesterday, a netizen from Johor Bahru took it to social media after he was almost cheated out of RM100 while reloading his Touch ‘n Go card.
Apparently, the guy reloaded his Touch n’ Go at a toll booth in Bidor, Perak. He handed RM200 to the cashier and specifically mentioned that he wanted to reload that exact amount into his Touch ‘n Go card.
As usual, the cashier handed the receipt back to the guy but the man noticed something that was out of place because the balance after reloading was RM167.92, instead of RM267.92.
Besides, the top up amount was clearly stated on the receipt as RM100. You know what this meant right, guys?
He immediately clarified this issue with the cashier.
The cashier only said, “Sorry, sorry” and reloaded the remaining RM100 for the guy.
“If we didn’t check the receipt, then our hard-earned money would have ended up in others’ pocket,” the guy said.
After this incident went viral, many netizens shared similar experiences they’ve encountered before.
“The same thing happened to me before. I wanted to reload RM300 but the cashier only reloaded RM200 for me,” a netizen said.
So guys, be very careful when you top up your card next time to avoid being the next victim.
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