- A netizen shared how her father's savings ended up with a balance of P0.20 after he clicked on an email
- She shared that her father received an innocent and legit-looking email allegedly from Metrobank saying that his account has been disabled
- It asked the user to click on the "Reactivate Account" button so that he would be able to continue using their service
- Unfortunately, the depositor clicked on it, and in an instant, his savings were taken from him
Katrina Lovely Constantino took to Facebook and shared the harrowing experience they had with hackers.
Her father received an email allegedly from Metrobank telling him that his account was suspended due to a high volume of unusual transactions, and it prompted him to click on the Reactivate Account.
Since her father was not really into tech, he clicked the legit-looking email and in a single instance, his savings ended up in smoke.
Hopefully, the lessons learned by Katrina and her dad will make more people aware and will remind everyone to be very careful when dealing with online banking or transactions.
She shared the photos from the scammer and warned others.
Viral stories are those that often appeal to emotions. For instance, stories concerning the vlogger Basel Manadil easily go viral. He took to Facebook and shared a photo of the Korean mini-mart that he established. In his post, he expressed the pain of experiencing a betrayal especially after one trusts another wholeheartedly. Now, he is recovering the pieces and is still bent on helping other people. He just welcomed four more employees at the Korean mini-mart, saying that one could hardly speak in Tagalog.
A number of residents in a city in Negros Occidental were compelled to zipline across a river just to get to work. The river was destroyed by heavy floods and the residents do not have a more feasible way to work. A raft could not be used because the current was too strong so it would pose more danger to the residents who were crossing the river. The local government is already making plans to build a new bridge but it will still be up for bidding.
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