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No cash, but E-cash

 

I recieved some odd mails in Chiniese from Facebook recently, which was about something like "ads". I thought they were just spam so ignored it but that was wrong. I finally managed to deactivate the creepy accounts and/or a guy(?) which/who i think probably infringed my accounts, struggling with a lot of Chinese kanji. At the same time, I am literally pround of myself being Japanese becuase if i were not, I couldn't fight against Chinese character that easy. AND i also think I've done a praiseworthy job in the past; i have no any credit-info registerd on this app. Be careful when you get an insane email.

 

PAYPAY, PAYPAL, or many other mobile or web based banking system are becoming mainstream of payment; cashless society is appraised as its speediness and usefulness, compared with cash: bills and coins, but once if experienced such infringement or unauthorizes use, cashless means no-useful any more. I am actually one of those who depend on web-based banking system and literally think it is surely useful, especially when online purchase or making payment at a restaurant. Additionally, following tax-hike from 8% to 10% in Japan, we got some either 2 or 5% refund if pay electronically. SO i expect another problem would be brought in terms of "e-money".

 

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