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Your E-Tag: Officially a Snitch Magnet


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The Unholy Alliance: How Sanral is Profiting from Your E-Toll Payments

Did you know that Sanral, the state-owned agency responsible for the now-defunct Gauteng e-toll programme, is still raking in profits from your e-toll payments? And they’re not just content with that – they’re pushing for even more ways to milk you for your hard-earned cash.

In a recent statement, Vusi Mona, GM for communications and marketing at Sanral, claimed that using e-tags at toll plazas is the "smartest payment method" for road users. But what’s really smart is how Sanral is exploiting your trust to line their pockets.

The Shesha Lanes of Deception

The high-throughput Shesha lanes at toll plazas are just a clever ruse to get you to use your e-tags more frequently. And once you’re hooked, Sanral will be happy to charge you for every little thing – from parking to public transport fares.

But don’t worry, Sanral assures us that their toll plazas are completely secure from card cloning and skimming. Yeah, right. We all know how that’s worked out in the past.

The E-Tag: A Trojan Horse for Sanral’s Greed

The e-tag is just a payment instrument, but it’s also a gateway to Sanral’s plans for total financial domination. With their e-tag, you’ll be able to pay for parking, public transport fares, and who knows what else. It’s like they’re trying to turn your wallet into a never-ending ATM.

Trials of Deception

Sanral’s trials for using e-tags to pay fares in taxis have been a huge success – for them, that is. But what’s really being tested is how far they can push the boundaries of what’s acceptable and still get away with it.

The Ways to Load Your E-Tag: A Recipe for Disaster

Sanral has made it easy for you to load and top up your e-tag, but that’s just a recipe for disaster. With so many ways to load your e-tag, you’re basically asking for trouble. And when you do get scammed, don’t expect Sanral to do anything about it.

The Bottom Line

Sanral is a corporation that’s more interested in profits than people. They’re using your e-toll payments to fund their own nefarious plans, and it’s up to you to stop them. So, next time you’re tempted to use your e-tag, remember: you’re not just paying for tolls – you’re fueling Sanral’s greed.



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