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If You Buy This R6,000 Anti-5G USB Shield Stick You Deserve To Be Scammed

Please don’t buy this new R6,000 anti-5G USB Stick. Rather take your money and save it, spend it on a PS5 deposit or burn it to keep your body warm this winter. Scammers are trying to make some money off the latest 5G conspiracy stories by selling a 128MB USB stick that claims to have anti-5G shielding. The 5GBioShield went on sale in the UK and is sitting at a crazy £280 and £330 for basically nothing.

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The 5GBioShield promises to use “quantum holographic catalyzer technology” to protect your family and home against the dangerous brain-frying waves of 5G. Of course, the USB is as useful as a doorstop because what are you going to store on 128MB of space? However, that has not prevented people from marketing a useless device.

According to BBC News, the same “5GBioShield” USB stick has been recommended by a member of Glastonbury Town Council’s 5G Advisory Committee. Yes, a council is actually recommending people spend money on this magical 5G blocking USB stick. The same council has called for an inquiry into 5G and its health concerns. It is also the same council that has led much of the conspiracy theories linking 5G to coronavirus in the UK. To no surprise, they are ALSO people behind the 5G towers in the UK being set on fire.

Glastonbury’s 5G Advisory Committee member Tony Hall claims the device is helpful. In addition, he claims that a flock of birds fell out of the sky dead when the 5G was turned on. In addition, people “get noise bleeds and suicide rates have increased” due to 5G. This is among a few theories Tony Hall has had, apart from linking the technology to the spread of COVID-19.

Regardless of what this council thinks, the USB is nothing but a cheaply-made storage stick from China. A security firm bought it and “reviewed” the device. They discovered that it was nothing more than a 128MB storage device. A teardown showed that the 5GBioShield was nothing more than an R50 USB key with a fancy glass end on it. There’s nothing else inside it at all. Even peeling away the “made in China” sticker revealed some poorly-made flash storage.

Even after reaching out to the makers of the USB device, the security firm was left in shock with the response.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#EDA306″ class=”” size=”21″]This is a real USB key! It protects AND informs at the same time. You will find a Master File explaining the basics of this technology… and you can load other information files as well is you wish.” [/perfectpullquote]

Please don’t buy this. You are literally burning money away.

Marco is the owner and founder of GLITCHED. South Africa’s largest gaming and pop culture website. GLITCHED quickly established itself with tech and gaming enthusiasts with on-point opinions, quick coverage of breaking events and unbiased reviews across its website, social platforms, and YouTube channel.

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