Samsung involved in yet another scandal. See what the Korean company did this time
Not very long ago (a year ago), did Samsung not admit to involving in an “unfortunate incident” where students were paid to bash competitors’ phones online after a probe by Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission? And now, the Korean phone maker has been caught pants down playing against the rules though this time, it was in China.
Samsung’s press conference held in China over the weekend were attended by 1000 people, however, about 500 of those were people “under 30”, “who look like students”, hired to fill in the gaps to make the occasion look well attended. This was made known by one of those who were paid to hire the event goers.
Samsung reportedly paid those guys $3.20 for attending and an extra $4.80 if they stay up to an hour at the event but it now seems the shit has hit the ceiling. It’s now all over social media that Samsung is being evil once again but this isn’t probably the first instance in recent times they are doing it only that they caught this time.
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