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Scammer Makes Over $500k Selling Cream That 'Blocks 5G Radiation' Online

A scammer made over 500 thousand Dollars by selling what he claimed to be a 5g repellent lotion.
Apparently, He got lucky as there is a massive number of anti-5G people around the globe. Some of these people are such extremist that they even ended up burning 5G towers in the premises of their city.

In a situation where companies were frustrated about people destroying their 5G infrastructure, A guy who belonged from Seattle decided to benefit on the whole mess by by scamming the anti-5G community. He had set up an e-commerce website in January.

Surprisingly, he managed to rake in over half a million dollars selling something he called 5G repellent lotion.

Apparently his website has costumers from around the globe before it was taken down on April 15. The scammer targeted the anti-5G groups on Facebook. Little to his surprise, it became so popular that it was being sold on Amazon by resellers who bought the lotion in bulk.

The 5G repellent lotion was being sold for $20 apiece before the website was taken down. Oh wait there is more, after the website was taken down it was being sold for $80 dollars on eBay which of-course lasted only for a few days.

Authorities stated that they were shocked by the reviews on the scam so called 5G Repellent Lotion. It’s shocking to see that people who bought this product thought that it was saving their lives from the danger of 5G towers. Wanna hear the funny part?

The authorities got one can of this life saving 5G repellent lotion and took it to the lab. It turns out that it is just a very old Vaseline lotion mixed with very old sun screen. It’s sad how people would just believe in something silly like this and spend their money on something they have no clue about.

If anything that might give them cancer it is the anti-5G lotion not 5G towers. Ironic!

A number of people around the around the world are joining the Anti-5G groups and destroying the 5G towers everyday. Facebook had even removed some of these groups after it’s members started participating in the destruction and burning of 5G infrastructure across the world.

The coronavirus pandemic is fertile ground for conspiracy theories. From the one that says it was created in a laboratory, to the idea that the recent expansion of 5G networks has caused the rapid spread of the pathogen.
It is simply pure fantasy as there is no study pointing in the direction that 5G and the coronavirus are linked. In saying that, there have been people looking at the communication through radio waves that could occur between bacteria (although in no cases between different viruses), as per the one prepared by a group led by Allan Widom at Northeastern University in Boston, whose conclusions have been discussed by the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

To top it off, coronavirus is already present across the majority of the inhabited parts of the planet, and this includes Africa and South America where the presence of 5G is still rare or, in most instances, non-existent. There is also no penetration of this technology in Iran, which has reported more than 90,000 cases of infection and well over 5,000 deaths.
The director general of the GSMA, the global communications industry body, Mats Granryd, issued a statement hoping to end the talk.
“The telecoms industry is working around the clock to keep vital health, education and emergency services online, businesses running, and friends and families connected. It is deplorable that critical communications infrastructure is being attacked based on outright mistruths.

“We urge everyone to trust health authorities and rest assured communications technology is safe. There is no link between 5G and Covid-19.”