- Ronnie Liang shared the bad experience he had with someone who pretended to be a Gcash agent
- He was asked for some details, and he gave it to the person chatting with him
- Turns out they were scammers who were trying to make money
- The singer revealed that he lost thousands from his Gcash account
Ronnie Liang recounted the horrific experience he had with a scammer. The said scammer was able to siphon thousands from his Gcash account.
What they or he or even she left was a measly sum. He then posted screenshots of his conversation with the scammer.
The singer took to Facebook and warned everyone of what happened to him.
"Sharing with you the conversation I had with someone who pretended to be a Gcash Agent. The scammer was able to hack my gcash and took away thousands from my Gcash account (nagtira pa ng 8.97 pesos). Sharing this to raise awareness of how these online scams are so rampant and how vulnerable the system is."
Ronnie shared the screenshots of the scammer, who said that the funds of Ronnie is just floating on the system.
Thereafter, the "Gcash agent" started asking for confidential details...
Take a look at the screenshots of their convo.
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