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Ring? Rong? Ring? Wrong!
A man named Teo Jian Rong had fun with it, anyway, trolling on the internet an insurance agent named Shirley who could not get his name right in a request to work for the unnamed firm as a financial services consultant.
In a text message exchange published on the Indian news network timesnownews.com Wednesday, Mr. Rong was first addressed as Sian Ring. Then Sian Rong. He corrected: “Jian Rong.” And then the agent proceeded with a message for “Jian Ring.”
Mr. Rong put the exchange on Facebook to share screenshots of his conversation, which included: “Sian Ring, Sian Rong, and Jian Ring are ready to start immediately, but I have decided to decline this offer.”
Shirley, confused, asks: “Oh but why? May I know the reason?” and then, “Who are they. Able to Share?”