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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

BPI Instant "Millionaire" Faces Online Libel Charges From NBI


The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) filed criminal complaints against a netizen claiming that his cash deposits had become P12 billion after the  glitch on the system that affected the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently.  Daniel Angelo Salasalan is facing libel complaints for falsification by private individuals and use of falsified documents under the Revised Penal Code and online libel under Section 4(c)(4) of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.  The complaints were filed by the NBI before the Manila Prosecutor's Office. Agent Manuel Eduarte, NBI Cybercrime Division chief Head, said Salasalan only made up the story and he admitted it during their investigation. He said that he just invented the story and posted it on his social media page that said more than P12 billion had been deposited on his account following the BPI glitch. Reports said Salasalan only had around P12,000 in his account prior to the BPI system glitch.  BPI Enterprise Services Group head Ramon Jocson earlier said that those claiming to have billions transferred to their accounts are only making up stories.  The Senate probe into the incident,revealed that the system glitch was caused by a system programmer who was in a rush to post transactions, BPI officials said  The employee that had been involved in the system error had been transferred to another post while they continue checking into the incident, adding that she voluntarily came forward to admit her mistake.  The glitch affected 1.5 million out of the eight million  BPI depositors. Source: GMA News, Sunstar  Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below



The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) filed criminal complaints against a netizen claiming that his cash deposits had become P12 billion after the  glitch on the system that affected the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently.  Daniel Angelo Salasalan is facing libel complaints for falsification by private individuals and use of falsified documents under the Revised Penal Code and online libel under Section 4(c)(4) of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.  The complaints were filed by the NBI before the Manila Prosecutor's Office. Agent Manuel Eduarte, NBI Cybercrime Division chief Head, said Salasalan only made up the story and he admitted it during their investigation. He said that he just invented the story and posted it on his social media page that said more than P12 billion had been deposited on his account following the BPI glitch. Reports said Salasalan only had around P12,000 in his account prior to the BPI system glitch.  BPI Enterprise Services Group head Ramon Jocson earlier said that those claiming to have billions transferred to their accounts are only making up stories.  The Senate probe into the incident,revealed that the system glitch was caused by a system programmer who was in a rush to post transactions, BPI officials said  The employee that had been involved in the system error had been transferred to another post while they continue checking into the incident, adding that she voluntarily came forward to admit her mistake.  The glitch affected 1.5 million out of the eight million  BPI depositors. Source: GMA News, Sunstar  Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below



The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) filed criminal complaints against a netizen claiming that his cash deposits had become P12 billion after the  glitch on the system that affected the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently.

Daniel Angelo Salasalan is facing libel complaints for falsification by private individuals and use of falsified documents under the Revised Penal Code and online libel under Section 4(c)(4) of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

The complaints were filed by the NBI before the Manila Prosecutor's Office.
Agent Manuel Eduarte, NBI Cybercrime Division chief Head, said Salasalan only made up the story and he admitted it during their investigation. He said that he just invented the story and posted it on his social media page that said more than P12 billion had been deposited on his account following the BPI glitch.

Reports said Salasalan only had around P12,000 in his account prior to the BPI system glitch. NBI found out that he faked his documents and there was no such entries on his bank account. Salasalan admitted that the fake news that he made up was intended as a joke and he did not imagine that it will become huge.
The NBI said that it is not a good joke and they are filing charges to Salasalan to serve as a lesson to others.
If found guilty as charged, Salasalan will be facing six to twelve years of jail term.

BPI Enterprise Services Group head Ramon Jocson earlier said that those claiming to have billions transferred to their accounts are only making up stories.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) filed criminal complaints against a netizen claiming that his cash deposits had become P12 billion after the  glitch on the system that affected the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently.  Daniel Angelo Salasalan is facing libel complaints for falsification by private individuals and use of falsified documents under the Revised Penal Code and online libel under Section 4(c)(4) of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.  The complaints were filed by the NBI before the Manila Prosecutor's Office. Agent Manuel Eduarte, NBI Cybercrime Division chief Head, said Salasalan only made up the story and he admitted it during their investigation. He said that he just invented the story and posted it on his social media page that said more than P12 billion had been deposited on his account following the BPI glitch. Reports said Salasalan only had around P12,000 in his account prior to the BPI system glitch.  BPI Enterprise Services Group head Ramon Jocson earlier said that those claiming to have billions transferred to their accounts are only making up stories.  The Senate probe into the incident,revealed that the system glitch was caused by a system programmer who was in a rush to post transactions, BPI officials said  The employee that had been involved in the system error had been transferred to another post while they continue checking into the incident, adding that she voluntarily came forward to admit her mistake.  The glitch affected 1.5 million out of the eight million  BPI depositors. Source: GMA News, Sunstar  Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below
The Senate probe into the incident,revealed that the system glitch was caused by a system programmer who was in a rush to post transactions, BPI officials said 
The employee that had been involved in the system error had been transferred to another post while they continue checking into the incident, adding that she voluntarily came forward to admit her mistake.

The glitch affected 1.5 million out of the eight million  BPI depositors.

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