Scammers tatiana

Here’s a nightmare account of a foreigner who had his overseas bank mail sent to him through the Philippine Postal Service. There was another expat at work that had the same thing happen to him. Another thing they did was to have the bank change all my contact information. they also really knew what they were doing as they moved fast and purchased large items at high end stores.

I know others who have had no Phil Post problems but I continue to get my mail from the U. (including renewal credit cards, ATM cards, financial statements and so forth) via Fed Ex which I feel is more secure. I have my mail sent to the house and he has his sent to work. There is no doubt in my mind that it was done prior to the card ever arriving at my house. They also bought well over a million php worth of Rustons () would not even really investigate it.

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Of course Rustons also refused to cancel the gift certificates and even told me that they would honor them.

I would never send anything of importance through the mail. The funny thing is that I could never explain effectively how it happened.

For a legal reference, please refer to the Communications Decency Act or “CDA”, 47 U. This will allow those who view the post to see both sides of the story, which is important for everyone to know.

Depending on your concern, another organization may be the ones to speak to; other times, court or legal assistance may be the best option.

Credit card and postal service theft and fraud in the Philippines.

In the private placement world, it’s even more critical.

In fact, there are more brokers/“traders” who offer fake programs than real.

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