I’m in the middle of my final week of classes at the University of Sydney, and I’ve already lost about $10,000 of the $40,000 I saved this year by booking through a mobile app.
That was because my mobile payments service, Paytm, had been hacked, costing me $20,000, according to a report published in the Financial Review.
As the paper points out, this is a far cry from the $70,000-a-year I made before the hack and it’s unlikely I’ll ever pay back that much.
The hack had a lot to do with the fact that the app I was using to buy things in Sydney, the Sydney Travelers’ App, has a free and unlimited travel card that allows people to use it to book a flight.
It’s a bit like the Apple Pay system in the US, except that instead of a physical card, you swipe your phone’s NFC sensor to sign into your account.
While that sounds like a great feature for people who don’t need a credit card, I found it really frustrating to use, as I was unable to use the card at any of the airports in Sydney that I planned to visit.
I tried it at a few airports, including Sydney Airport, which has one of the busiest lines in the world.
I was hoping to get the card with the first flight to Dubai, which had an extra charge of $20 a person.
But when I was waiting in line, the app didn’t even show me that I had booked a flight, and the flight had already been cancelled.
But then I noticed that it had an option to cancel the booking and pay with a credit or debit card, which was great for me because I had no idea what I was going to be paying.
I thought it would be cheaper to buy the cheapest item on the menu with a debit card instead.
Then I realised that the cheapest meal at one of Sydney’s restaurants was $30.
So I bought a $30 meal with a Visa debit card and had it delivered to the restaurant.
Afterwards, I used the card to pay for everything at the restaurant, including the delivery.
But I never got a receipt, and after the meal, I didn’t get any credit on the transaction.
I was so confused.
When I contacted the company, it apologised and said it was investigating the issue.
A spokeswoman said the company was “aware of the issue and has been working to resolve the issue”, but she wouldn’t comment on how much the company is paying out.
For now, the only option is to use an online payment option that I find very confusing.
You can find a similar situation at many restaurants, and it usually involves paying with a card or by using a credit/debit card.
You can’t cancel the meal with the card, because it’s not accepted at the venue.
However, if you’re going to use a debit/credit card, make sure that the card company knows you’ve signed in to your account before you sign in.
It’s better to have a bank account and have your payments confirm in real-time than to have to wait for a confirmation.