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Showing posts with label scammer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label scammer. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

13 Passengers Offloaded at NAIA 3 After Presenting Fake Passes

This has to serve as a warning to  those who are traveling in and out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Make sure to verify your travel documents or deal only with authorized travel agencies to prevent yourself from being apprehended and offloaded.

This has to serve as a warning to  those who are traveling in and out of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Make sure to verify your travel documents or deal only with authorized travel agencies to prevent yourself from being apprehended and offloaded.       Ads    Due to fake boarding passes, thirteen Filipinos were barred from leaving the country at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 last week. They were apprehended by the Bureau of Immigration.   Grifton Medina, BI Port Operations Division Chief,  said that these people were supposed to travel to Hongkong via  Cathay Pacific when they were intercepted at the airline counter.  A group of seven men and six women are at the counter when the airline personnel checked that they have self-printed boarding passes. They were also do not have tickets issued  by the airline.   Ads      Sponsored Links    Medina said that these people were victims of scammers. The said dupers sold them falsified tickets at very low prices after they were informed that their passes were not encoded in their system.  One of the passengers even said that she didn’t know that they were carrying fake passes since it was also handed to her by a certain woman named “Jennifer”.  They were all instructed to wear T-shirts bearing the name of a certain herbal product and instructed to take it off after they were cleared by the BI. It was done to make it seem like they were on an official company trip abroad.

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Due to fake boarding passes, thirteen Filipinos were barred from leaving the country at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 last week. They were apprehended by the Bureau of Immigration.

Grifton Medina, BI Port Operations Division Chief,  said that these people were supposed to travel to Hongkong via  Cathay Pacific when they were intercepted at the airline counter.

A group of seven men and six women are at the counter when the airline personnel checked that they have self-printed boarding passes. They were also do not have tickets
 issued  by the airline.

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Medina said that these people were victims of scammers. The said dupers sold them falsified tickets at very low prices after they were informed that their passes were not encoded in their system.

One of the passengers even said that she didn’t know that they were carrying fake passes since it was also handed to her by a certain woman named “Jennifer”.

They were all instructed to wear T-shirts bearing the name of a certain herbal product and instructed to take it off after they were cleared by the BI. It was done to make it seem like they were on an official company trip abroad.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, February 01, 2016

THIS YOUNG MAN SCAMMED ALMOST 200 OFWS, GIVING HIM THOUSANDS OF THEIR MONEY

An OFW hiding under the name Marie was a victim of a suspected scammer, losing her hard earned money that she saved for 2 years while working overseas. It was supposed to be an investment that could earn up to 40% a week, but in the end, it turned out to be a scam.

A 21-years old suspect named Bonjomar Laguna whom she only met on Facebook was sweet-talking and seemingly convincing that she eventually invested up to P50,000.

She begun to panic when the suspect deactivated his Facebook account after several weeks that Marie was complaining of not receiving her promised 40% pay-out. It was a nightmare. Just last month, when found out that the suspect’s Facebook account was again reactivated she talked to the guy and eventually they agreed to meet for her to give another P200,000 as another set of investment, and that's when she asked the help of the police which lead to Laguna’s arrest.
Unfortunately, Laguna admitted that there are around 300 people that was victimized and around 150 to 200 of them are overseas Filipino workers.
©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO