Asked To Sign A Stat Dec



The Company Requests To Sign A Statutory Declaration.

The fact Is, we all want to have the top of the range cell phones, big screen TVs or perhaps the awesome 3,000$ gaming laptop advertised by an online retailer however, not everyone can afford to purchase such Items and even If they could, why pay for It when there's every possibility of obtaining It for free? That's when elite social engineers come Into action, with their methodical and strategic plans to SE a given company and get just about anything they like free of cost. Ideally, this Is how an SE'ers world operates, but not everything goes according to plan.

At some point during the process of SEing a company to obtain a refund for an Item, the representative will ask the social engineer to sign a document, namely a statutory declaration and until the SE'er puts pen to paper, the claim will not proceed any further. I've been asked countless times as to whether It should be signed or totally disregarded- hence put an end to the SE there and then. I'm obviously well aware of what should be done, but It's up to YOU, the social engineer, to make that decision. In order to do so, you need to have a clear understanding of what a statutory declaration Is all about, so let's have a look at that now.

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