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Facebook page Crossfire Philippines Scammers/Hackers Alert posted a notice on its timeline informing the public about a gamer who solicited money from people.
A group of women ganged up on a man they claimed who scammed them thousands of pesos.
This single mom thought she hit the jackpot when she found a high paying job on Facebook. Someone contacted her offering 7,000 pesos for a 3-hour work.
An unfortunate Chinese couple lost P140,000 after a fake Filipina agent sold them a non-existent condominium unit at the Greenbelt Parkplace Condominium.
These foreigners are just looking for love with Asian women but these Pinays played them on their hands. These foreigners thought they have found true love.
Jessica posted her stunning photos on Instagram, just like everyone does. Later she was just surfing the web when a really strange thing happened....
Pinay netizens shares encounter with a fake LTO officer apprehending them for a false violation. When asked for credentials, the fake officer fled the scene!
A brave netizen exposed that the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has a fake registration website which copies a client's credit card information.
The Philippine Embassy in Portugal warned Filipinos about the new recruitment scheme wherein scammers pose as legal recruiters and ask you for sum of money.
A Facebook user shared her terrible ATM scam experience in SM Taytay where the machine flashed a message saying that she did not enter the correct pin.
Filipino bands and netizens were extremely enraged as a "too good to be true" Sagada music festival circulated social media which turned out to be a scam.