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Thursday, August 25, 2016

WARNING:FACEBOOK "ONLINE PALUWAGAN" VICTIMS SEEK THE HELP OF THE NBI


WARNING:FACEBOOK "ONLINE PALUWAGAN" VICTIMS SEEK THE HELP OF THE NBI
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Online scams are growing like mushrooms especially in the social media,particularly on Facebook.With a promise of easy money and huge return of investment in a short period of time,the victims are being lured to the glitter of wealth and their sugar coated adverts.If you are not smart enough,you will fall victim to their glary snare.And just like mushrooms,they just disappear after they get what they want leaving the victims grieving and lost.
A  certain "Erika",a wife of an Overseas Filipino Worker has invested Php500,000 just before the founder of the online scam suddenly disappear with hers and the other victims' money.For Erika,its not only that she lost her money.When her OFW husband found out what happend,her husband also left her.
The "online paluwagan" promises to give you around 40% or higher return of investment in only 3-5 days.Below is an example of the matrix some online paluwagan admins are using:

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According to ABS-CBN News,15 victims of the scam went to NBI to help them find a certain Crista Acedo Jumao-as who has been already filed with multiple counts of estafa and is now subject to manhunt .
NBI warned the public that if the transactions are made only in social media and offering too good to be true returns,you should be aware that you might be dealing with a scammer.
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