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Thursday, November 09, 2017

Beware: Budol-Budol Targets Former OFWs


Consecutive  incidents of swindling by suspected "budol-budol" modus victimizing OFW surfaced which is seriously alarming. Just recently, an OFW retiree from Bataan was reportedly fallen victim of the said criminal elements. They approached him, lured him into their snare and went away with P8 million hard-earned money which the former OFW toiled for 30 years. Advertisements    Again, another OFW retiree lost his P5 million which he worked for and earned as an OFW for 40 long years, just to be robbed by the "budol-budol". "Antonio", 71, a former helicopter mechanic abroad was furious as he narrates his ordeal with the swindlers who convinced him to buy five boxes of additives converting used oil to virgin coconut oil, promising him to earn P1,000 for every piece. He paid P200,000 cold cash and deposited P4.9 million under the account of certain Cherrie Ferrer Barbara. The group also promised Antonio that if their transaction will push through, they will order 300 boxes per month assuring Antonio of his income. When he opened the boxes, he found out that it only contain flour. Surprisingly similar to what happened to the former OFW in Bataan. Leonardo Austria was persuaded to order an enzyme that will keep the fish fresh. Also with a promise that he will earn P1,000 in each box but it turned out that the product only contain flour. The swindlers got away with P8 million.  The Philippine National Police (PNP) warned the public, especially the OFWs and the senior citizens who are now being targeted by the notoriuos "budol-budol" gang. Senior Supt. William Segun of Cavite Provincial Police Office said that before giving them that big chunk of cash, we need to be cautious and aware of their business and credibility. He also added that transactions has to be made inside the bank. Asking them to present a valid government issued IDs will also help. take photos of them and the vehicles they use as well to ensure our safety against swindlers.


Consecutive  incidents of swindling by suspected "budol-budol" modus victimizing OFW surfaced which is seriously alarming.
Just recently, an OFW retiree from Bataan was reportedly fallen victim of the said criminal elements. They approached him, lured him into their snare and went away with P8 million hard-earned money which the former OFW toiled for 30 years.
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Again, another OFW retiree lost his P5 million which he worked for and earned as an OFW for 40 long years, just to be robbed by the "budol-budol".
"Antonio", 71, a former helicopter mechanic abroad was furious as he narrates his ordeal with the swindlers who convinced him to buy five boxes of additives converting used oil to virgin coconut oil, promising him to earn P1,000 for every piece.
He paid P200,000 cold cash and deposited P4.9 million under the account of certain Cherrie Ferrer Barbara. The group also promised Antonio that if their transaction will push through, they will order 300 boxes per month assuring Antonio of his income.
When he opened the boxes, he found out that it only contain flour. Surprisingly similar to what happened to the former OFW in Bataan. Leonardo Austria was persuaded to order an enzyme that will keep the fish fresh. Also with a promise that he will earn P1,000 in each box but it turned out that the product only contain flour. The swindlers got away with P8 million.


The Philippine National Police (PNP) warned the public, especially the OFWs and the senior citizens who are now being targeted by the notoriuos "budol-budol" gang. Senior Supt. William Segun of Cavite Provincial Police Office said that before giving them that big chunk of cash, we need to be cautious and aware of their business and credibility. He also added that transactions has to be made inside the bank.
Asking them to present a valid government issued IDs will also help. take photos of them and the vehicles they use as well to ensure our safety against swindlers.


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 Source: ABS-CBN
Consecutive  incidents of swindling by suspected "budol-budol" modus victimizing OFW surfaced which is seriously alarming. Just recently, an OFW retiree from Bataan was reportedly fallen victim of the said criminal elements. They approached him, lured him into their snare and went away with P8 million hard-earned money which the former OFW toiled for 30 years. Advertisements    Again, another OFW retiree lost his P5 million which he worked for and earned as an OFW for 40 long years, just to be robbed by the "budol-budol". "Antonio", 71, a former helicopter mechanic abroad was furious as he narrates his ordeal with the swindlers who convinced him to buy five boxes of additives converting used oil to virgin coconut oil, promising him to earn P1,000 for every piece. He paid P200,000 cold cash and deposited P4.9 million under the account of certain Cherrie Ferrer Barbara. The group also promised Antonio that if their transaction will push through, they will order 300 boxes per month assuring Antonio of his income. When he opened the boxes, he found out that it only contain flour. Surprisingly similar to what happened to the former OFW in Bataan. Leonardo Austria was persuaded to order an enzyme that will keep the fish fresh. Also with a promise that he will earn P1,000 in each box but it turned out that the product only contain flour. The swindlers got away with P8 million.  The Philippine National Police (PNP) warned the public, especially the OFWs and the senior citizens who are now being targeted by the notoriuos "budol-budol" gang. Senior Supt. William Segun of Cavite Provincial Police Office said that before giving them that big chunk of cash, we need to be cautious and aware of their business and credibility. He also added that transactions has to be made inside the bank. Asking them to present a valid government issued IDs will also help. take photos of them and the vehicles they use as well to ensure our safety against swindlers.

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