Personal Development, Finance, and Investing For Filipinos
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Beware of text scams! Do not reply to an unfamiliar text message. Stop, think, and verify if it's legitimate.
What is a Text Scam?
Random text messages asking for personal information, bank account or credit card details, or fees in exchange for an item or a service. Text scams come in many forms. Common text scams include winning a raffle you did not join and asking you to pay a shipping fee in order to receive the prize, requesting return of mistaken fund transfers to your account or phone, forcing you to pay for COVID-19 testing, or charging you for a service you did not avail of.
Here are some examples:
From: BSP-PHIL’ CHARITY FOUNDATION: HANDOG’ PANGKABUHAYAN: Sponsored By: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of-BSP Name: BENJAMIN DIOKNO: Thru Electronic Raffle Draw Machine. Your Sim# Had won (Php780,000) Pls send Your Name/Age/Address/Work: Call me Now i’m Atty: JADE ZANDOVA DTI-NCR-PERMIT#6575,S’2022 Thank you!
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
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