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TFW you find out scammers are asking 80 bucks for an "RF shield" for your router, which is literally just a metal box that you could probably pick up from Wilko for a few quid and it's just going to leave you wondering why your WiFi has stopped working.

@Jo an rf shield for a wireless router... what's next, a lightning rod made out of insulation?

@Jo Get a cardboard box and cover it with bargain bin copper foil. RF shield achieved.

That’s a good scam, though, 80 bucks and all.

@Jo does do exactly what it claims to do though, got to give them points for that

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