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Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?
I kept on going back, even if it was to buy a bottle of water. Fast forward three months and she finally gave me her number. She then said to me: “you boys who are childless never hang around for too long with a woman who has a child. The reality is that many women in their mid- to late-twenties have kids, and most of them are single moms.
After a few cellphone chats, she mentioned her son. That also means, equally, we have men who are dads, although many choose not to mention that and even have the nerve to say, “I want to date a childless woman”.
When he didn’t pay, he started getting threatening SMSes, voicemails and e-mails.
I put it to them that the boy in this case clearly sounded – by his voice and his hesitancy over the year he was born – under 18. As it turns out, Social Network is not the only such company to be operating out of the small town of Uvongo on KZN’s south coast.Nerisha Besesar, an associate in Durban-based law firm Shepstone & Wylie’s litigation department, said someone under 18 had no legal capacity to enter into a contract, and in this case it was clear the boy did not understand and appreciate the terms of the contract.And even if there was a binding contract, she said, a legal defence could be the poor disclosure of the cost of the service, which contravened the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act and the fact that it could be considered to be “unconscionable conduct in terms of the Consumer Protection Act”.They assume, naively, that the only cost will be that of a cellphone or landline call, but a week or two later their parents get a bill reflecting that the dirty talk came at a cost of around R1.65 a SECOND, for a minimum of 10 minutes.And then comes the harassment to pay up, followed by threats to charge the boy with fraud – for lying about being over-18 at the start of the call – and to play the recording of the conversation in court, and to seek a civil judgment against the parent for non-payment of the debt.