For example, as I work with more and more districts about converting over to mobile devices in the classrooms, the discussions always leads to the apps that these devices will use. But almost without exception as I start to suggest certain apps over others there is always someone in the group to freak out over the price of an app.
“You mean the app is not free?”
“No, it is $1.99.” I repeat.
“Can't you find one that is free and does the same thing?” they fire back.
“Yes, there might be one that is free, but it won't do the same thing.” I answer back knowing where this is headed.
Siam Commercial Bank Automatic teller machine, Thailand -- note the receipt. Deutsch: Geldautomat der Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Starbucks / Siam Commercial Bank Joint Promotion (Photo credit: Ian Fuller)siam commercial bank 01 (Photo credit: Chengings)Siam Commercial bank Songkuran track (Photo credit: bluemonkey.)siam commercial bank 00 (Photo credit: Chengings)Bureau de change of Siam Commercial Bank PCL, seen at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)SCB Park Plaza in July, Bangkok, Thailand. HQ of Siam Commercial Bank, Chevron Thailand, Unilever Thailand, Fuji Thailand etc. etc. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Siam Commercial Bank PCL. I keep asking myself if this is a scam, fraud, spam or just some type of mistake? Lesson No.1 Never give out any personal details such as ID No., account No., Password, username, PIN No. etc. Lesson No.2 If possible go to the bank in person to sort it out and do not be afraid to report it to the po…