- Recently, a netizen shared her creepy experience after a man pretended to be a delivery rider
- According to the netizen, the man messaged her that he has her delivery outside
- However, the netizen did not go outside because she was hesitant and it was getting late
- She shared her experience to give a warning to everyone and be very cautious with their orders online
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A netizen shared a horrifying experience after an alleged “fake” delivery rider was waiting outside their house.
KAMI learned that the guy standing in front of their house pretended to be a delivery rider that night.
In a Facebook post of a netizen named Ayi Alamil, she said that at 8:44 PM, a man messaged her and claimed that her package was already there. However, she was hesitant because it was already getting late and there is an 8pm-5am curfew due to the modified enhanced community quarantine.
She said that she really did not go outside their house. However, her father told her that there was a man waiting outside. She also checked her app and it showed that there is no package that will be delivered to her that same day.
“I am aware na maraming modus these trying times and I know na may curfew. However, I am not sure kasi if included ba deliveries dito,” she said.
The day after, she received a parcel and asked the rider if they have a cut-off. The rider reportedly said that they only deliver packages until 8 p.m.
She also compared the texts from legit riders and the one she received from the man who pretended to be a rider.
“May this serve as a warning to everyone and a reminder to be extra vigilant and to always, always double check if may deliveries po ba talaga and ‘wag i-open ang gate agad agad. Mahirap na po, maraming masasamang loob ngayon amidst the pandemic,” she wrote.
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Now that there is a COVID-19 crisis in the country, many Filipinos are finding their own way to earn money.
In a previous report by KAMI, the authorities warned about the “face shield scam” that has been trending recently on social media.
Meanwhile, a netizen also shared his experience after the phone he ordered online for online classes was switched with a stone.
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