A netizen who almost lost P32,350 worth of products to a scammer is now going out of her way to warn others.
Kami came across a post made by Rhea Sajolan Luaton, which went viral after she recounted her horrific experience with a scammer.
According to Rhea, the scammer was allegedly named Raffy Tambara.
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The guy bought pisonet parts from them through a text transaction.
The scammer sent a receipt, allegedly from BDO.
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Rhea and her husband, upon receiving the image sent by Tambara, quickly went to ship the item.
They were appalled that when they checked the ATM, no money was deposited.
They verified it with BDO and they were told that the receipt was fake.
They immediately sought help from police officers, and it was a good thing that they were able to intercept the van that was carrying the items.