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Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Former OFW Lost P8 Million To "Budol-Budol"


"Worse than demons.." that is how a former OFW describe the swindlers otherwise known as "budol-budol" that took more than P8 million of which he earned and saved as an OFW for 30 long years. Leonardo Austria, 61, of Balanga, Bataan, narrates that he met a certain engineer de Guia together with a Japanese businessman who is interested to buy his house in Bagac, Bataan for P10 million. Their conversion was shifted  to the alleged tuna export business, which his two visitors are both into. They asked Austria to look for a certain product that could keep the fish fresh Austria then recalled a certain Vince who is a canned good importer. He met Vince just a few weeks before he met the engineer and the Japanese.  De Guia asked Austria to buy the products and said he will receive P1,000 commission for each box. Austria never had any suspicion that these people are plotting a scheme to get money from him. Thru text messages, de Guia asked Austria to buy the products for him using the victims money. Sponsored Links He paid P1 million for the initial delivery. He was then asked to deposit more than P4 million to the account of a certain Winifredo Angeles Adriano in a bank in Pala-pala, Dasmariñas, Cavite. He was again asked to deposit P3 million for the delivery of the additional 250 boxes of the product. De Guia promised him to deposit P12.5 million to his account including the finance charge of P375,000. No products has come until the night and he can no longer contact neither De Guia or Vince. When he opened the boxes, he found out that the product contents is very similar to a flour. Its too late that they realize that they had been victimized by "budol-budol".  Austria appeal to the bank management  to cooperate for the arrest of the suspects and for the justice to be served. Austria and his wife could hardly sleep at night because of the incident and he even been taking anti-depressant since. The Cavite Provincial Police Office promised that they will coordinate with the bank for the immediate arrest of the suspects.
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"Worse than demons.." that is how a former OFW describe the swindlers otherwise known as "budol-budol" that took more than P8 million of which he earned and saved as an OFW for 30 long years.
Leonardo Austria, 61, of Balanga, Bataan, narrates that he met a certain engineer de Guia together with a Japanese businessman who is interested to buy his house in Bagac, Bataan for P10 million.
Their conversion was shifted  to the alleged tuna export business, which his two visitors are both into. They asked Austria to look for a certain product that could keep the fish fresh
Austria then recalled a certain Vince who is a canned good importer. He met Vince just a few weeks before he met the engineer and the Japanese.
"Worse than demons.." that is how a former OFW describe the swindlers otherwise known as "budol-budol" that took more than P8 million of which he earned and saved as an OFW for 30 long years. Leonardo Austria, 61, of Balanga, Bataan, narrates that he met a certain engineer de Guia together with a Japanese businessman who is interested to buy his house in Bagac, Bataan for P10 million. Their conversion was shifted  to the alleged tuna export business, which his two visitors are both into. They asked Austria to look for a certain product that could keep the fish fresh Austria then recalled a certain Vince who is a canned good importer. He met Vince just a few weeks before he met the engineer and the Japanese.  De Guia asked Austria to buy the products and said he will receive P1,000 commission for each box. Austria never had any suspicion that these people are plotting a scheme to get money from him. Thru text messages, de Guia asked Austria to buy the products for him using the victims money. Sponsored Links He paid P1 million for the initial delivery. He was then asked to deposit more than P4 million to the account of a certain Winifredo Angeles Adriano in a bank in Pala-pala, Dasmariñas, Cavite. He was again asked to deposit P3 million for the delivery of the additional 250 boxes of the product. De Guia promised him to deposit P12.5 million to his account including the finance charge of P375,000. No products has come until the night and he can no longer contact neither De Guia or Vince. When he opened the boxes, he found out that the product contents is very similar to a flour. Its too late that they realize that they had been victimized by "budol-budol".  Austria appeal to the bank management  to cooperate for the arrest of the suspects and for the justice to be served. Austria and his wife could hardly sleep at night because of the incident and he even been taking anti-depressant since. The Cavite Provincial Police Office promised that they will coordinate with the bank for the immediate arrest of the suspects.
De Guia asked Austria to buy the products and said he will receive P1,000 commission for each box. Austria never had any suspicion that these people are plotting a scheme to get money from him.
Thru text messages, de Guia asked Austria to buy the products for him using the victims money.

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He paid P1 million for the initial delivery. He was then asked to deposit more than P4 million to the account of a certain Winifredo Angeles Adriano in a bank in Pala-pala, Dasmariñas, Cavite.
He was again asked to deposit P3 million for the delivery of the additional 250 boxes of the product.
De Guia promised him to deposit P12.5 million to his account including the finance charge of P375,000.
No products has come until the night and he can no longer contact neither De Guia or Vince.
When he opened the boxes, he found out that the product contents is very similar to a flour. Its too late that they realize that they had been victimized by "budol-budol". 
Austria appeal to the bank management  to cooperate for the arrest of the suspects and for the justice to be served. Austria and his wife could hardly sleep at night because of the incident and he even been taking anti-depressant since. The Cavite Provincial Police Office promised that they will coordinate with the bank for the immediate arrest of the suspects.
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"Worse than demons.." that is how a former OFW describe the swindlers otherwise known as "budol-budol" that took more than P8 million of which he earned and saved as an OFW for 30 long years. Leonardo Austria, 61, of Balanga, Bataan, narrates that he met a certain engineer de Guia together with a Japanese businessman who is interested to buy his house in Bagac, Bataan for P10 million. Their conversion was shifted  to the alleged tuna export business, which his two visitors are both into. They asked Austria to look for a certain product that could keep the fish fresh Austria then recalled a certain Vince who is a canned good importer. He met Vince just a few weeks before he met the engineer and the Japanese.  De Guia asked Austria to buy the products and said he will receive P1,000 commission for each box. Austria never had any suspicion that these people are plotting a scheme to get money from him. Thru text messages, de Guia asked Austria to buy the products for him using the victims money. Sponsored Links He paid P1 million for the initial delivery. He was then asked to deposit more than P4 million to the account of a certain Winifredo Angeles Adriano in a bank in Pala-pala, Dasmariñas, Cavite. He was again asked to deposit P3 million for the delivery of the additional 250 boxes of the product. De Guia promised him to deposit P12.5 million to his account including the finance charge of P375,000. No products has come until the night and he can no longer contact neither De Guia or Vince. When he opened the boxes, he found out that the product contents is very similar to a flour. Its too late that they realize that they had been victimized by "budol-budol".  Austria appeal to the bank management  to cooperate for the arrest of the suspects and for the justice to be served. Austria and his wife could hardly sleep at night because of the incident and he even been taking anti-depressant since. The Cavite Provincial Police Office promised that they will coordinate with the bank for the immediate arrest of the suspects.

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