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Don’t be duped by scammers who reside or operate in the Philippines! Report them to the authorities and send them to jail!

The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has repeatedly warned the public against falling for “get-rich-quick” scams. In its site (www.sec.gov.ph), the SEC reported that more and more boiler-room operations have recently emerged, targeting potential investors who want to earn high return on their money.

Don’t be duped by scammers who reside or operate in the Philippines! Report them to the authorities and send them to jail!

The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has repeatedly warned the public against falling for “get-rich-quick” scams.
On its site (www.sec.gov.ph), the SEC reported that more and more boiler-room operations have recently emerged, targeting potential investors who want to earn high return on their money.

Don’t be duped by scammers who reside or operate in the Philippines! Report them to the authorities and send them to jail!

The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has repeatedly warned the public against falling for “get-rich-quick” scams. In its site (www.sec.gov.ph), the SEC reported that more and more boiler-room operations have recently emerged, targeting potential investors who want to earn high return on their money.

Don’t be duped by scammers who reside or operate in the Philippines! Report them to the authorities and send them to jail!

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The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has repeatedly warned the public against falling for “get-rich-quick” scams. In its site (www.sec.gov.ph), the SEC reported that more and more boiler-room operations have recently emerged, targeting potential investors who want to earn high return on their money.

Don’t be duped by scammers who reside or operate in the Philippines! Report them to the authorities and send them to jail!

The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has repeatedly warned the public against falling for “get-rich-quick” scams. In its site (www.sec.gov.ph), the SEC reported that more and more boiler-room operations have recently emerged, targeting potential investors who want to earn high return on their money.

According to the SEC, if any person or persons approached or contacted you via email, phone, or any other means and offered you a ridiculously high return on your “investment” after a short period of time, protect yourself by asking for the following information first.

  1. Name of the person and the company making the offer;
  2. Address of the person and the company;
  3. Landline numbers of the person and the company (mobile phone numbers are difficult to trace); and
  4. SEC registration of the company stating they are eligible to take investments

If the person refused to give those information, better not to continue dealing with them. There’s a high chance the company and the investment program are a fraud.

Some additional things to remember:

  • Investment houses and financing companies with quasi-banking (QB) license and with SEC registered securities are the only ones allowed to offer investment instruments to more than 19 investors;
  • Only SEC registered persons (brokers/dealers/salesmen) may offer or sell registered securities to the public;
  • SEC company registration in itself DOES NOT automatically grant authority to sell investment instruments such as securities, bonds, commercial papers, etc. Here is a list of companies authorized by the SEC to accept investments from the public;
  • Don’t fall for people who give you promissory notes or post-dated checks as proof of your interest earnings. Those might be fake or contain insufficient funds. Scammers use this trick to show that they are supposedly genuine and paying.

If you encountered these people, report them to the:

SEC – Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Department (SEC-CED) at Phone No. (632)724-7650 or (632)727-2267 or the National Bureau of Investigation or the local police

The image below summarizes what the SEC wants you to do if you are faced in such a situation.

Report Scams in the Philippines

Don’t let scammers scam you. Protect yourself and know what to do.According to the SEC, if any person or persons approached or contacted you via email, phone, or any other means and offered you a ridiculously high return on your “investment” after a short period of time, protect yourself by asking for the following information first.

  1. Name of the person and the company making the offer;
  2. Address of the person and the company;
  3. Landline numbers of the person and the company (mobile phone numbers are difficult to trace); and
  4. SEC registration of the company stating they are eligible to take investments

If the person refused to give those information, better not to continue dealing with them. There’s a high chance the company and the investment program are a fraud.

Some additional things to remember:

  • Investment houses and financing companies with quasi-banking (QB) license and with SEC registered securities are the only ones allowed to offer investment instruments to more than 19 investors;
  • Only SEC registered persons (brokers/dealers/salesmen) may offer or sell registered securities to the public;
  • SEC company registration in itself DOES NOT automatically grant authority to sell investment instruments such as securities, bonds, commercial papers, etc. Here is a list of companies authorized by the SEC to accept investments from the public;
  • Don’t fall for people who give you promissory notes or post-dated checks as proof of your interest earnings. Those might be fake or contain insufficient funds. Scammers use this trick to show that they are supposedly genuine and paying.

If you encountered these people, report them to the:

SEC – Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Department (SEC-CED) at Phone No. (632)724-7650 or (632)727-2267 or the National Bureau of Investigation or the local police

Don’t let scammers scam you. Protect yourself and know what to do.

According to the SEC, if any person or persons approached or contacted you via email, phone, or any other means and offered you a ridiculously high return on your “investment” after a short period of time, protect yourself by asking for the following information first.

  1. Name of the person and the company making the offer;
  2. Address of the person and the company;
  3. Landline numbers of the person and the company (mobile phone numbers are difficult to trace); and
  4. SEC registration of the company stating they are eligible to take investments

If the person refused to give those information, better not to continue dealing with them. There’s a high chance the company and the investment program are a fraud.

Some additional things to remember:

  • Investment houses and financing companies with quasi-banking (QB) license and with SEC registered securities are the only ones allowed to offer investment instruments to more than 19 investors;
  • Only SEC registered persons (brokers/dealers/salesmen) may offer or sell registered securities to the public;
  • SEC company registration in itself DOES NOT automatically grant authority to sell investment instruments such as securities, bonds, commercial papers, etc. Here is a list of companies authorized by the SEC to accept investments from the public;
  • Don’t fall for people who give you promissory notes or post-dated checks as proof of your interest earnings. Those might be fake or contain insufficient funds. Scammers use this trick to show that they are supposedly genuine and paying.

If you encountered these people, report them to the:

SEC – Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Department (SEC-CED) at Phone No. (632)724-7650 or (632)727-2267 or the National Bureau of Investigation or the local police

The image below summarizes what the SEC wants you to do if you are faced in such a situation.

Report Scams in the Philippines

Don’t let scammers scam you. Protect yourself and know what to do.According to the SEC, if any person or persons approached or contacted you via email, phone, or any other means and offered you a ridiculously high return on your “investment” after a short period of time, protect yourself by asking for the following information first.

  1. Name of the person and the company making the offer;
  2. Address of the person and the company;
  3. Landline numbers of the person and the company (mobile phone numbers are difficult to trace); and
  4. SEC registration of the company stating they are eligible to take investments

If the person refused to give those information, better not to continue dealing with them. There’s a high chance the company and the investment program are a fraud.

Some additional things to remember:

  • Investment houses and financing companies with quasi-banking (QB) license and with SEC registered securities are the only ones allowed to offer investment instruments to more than 19 investors;
  • Only SEC registered persons (brokers/dealers/salesmen) may offer or sell registered securities to the public;
  • SEC company registration in itself DOES NOT automatically grant authority to sell investment instruments such as securities, bonds, commercial papers, etc. Here is a list of companies authorized by the SEC to accept investments from the public;
  • Don’t fall for people who give you promissory notes or post-dated checks as proof of your interest earnings. Those might be fake or contain insufficient funds. Scammers use this trick to show that they are supposedly genuine and paying.

If you encountered these people, report them to the:

SEC – Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Department (SEC-CED) at Phone No. (632)724-7650 or (632)727-2267 or the National Bureau of Investigation or the local police

The image below summarizes what the SEC wants you to do if you are faced in such a situation.

Report Scams in the Philippines

Don’t let scammers scam you. Protect yourself and know what to do.According to the SEC, if any person or persons approached or contacted you via email, phone, or any other means and offered you a ridiculously high return on your “investment” after a short period of time, protect yourself by asking for the following information first.

  1. Name of the person and the company making the offer;
  2. Address of the person and the company;
  3. Landline numbers of the person and the company (mobile phone numbers are difficult to trace); and
  4. SEC registration of the company stating they are eligible to take investments

If the person refused to give those information, better not to continue dealing with them. There’s a high chance the company and the investment program are a fraud.

Some additional things to remember:

  • Investment houses and financing companies with quasi-banking (QB) license and with SEC registered securities are the only ones allowed to offer investment instruments to more than 19 investors;
  • Only SEC registered persons (brokers/dealers/salesmen) may offer or sell registered securities to the public;
  • SEC company registration in itself DOES NOT automatically grant authority to sell investment instruments such as securities, bonds, commercial papers, etc. Here is a list of companies authorized by the SEC to accept investments from the public;
  • Don’t fall for people who give you promissory notes or post-dated checks as proof of your interest earnings. Those might be fake or contain insufficient funds. Scammers use this trick to show that they are supposedly genuine and paying.

If you encountered these people, report them to the:

SEC – Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Department (SEC-CED) at Phone No. (632)724-7650 or (632)727-2267 or the National Bureau of Investigation or the local police

The image below summarizes what the SEC wants you to do if you are faced in such a situation.

Report Scams in the Philippines

Don’t let scammers scam you. Protect yourself and know what to do.

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  • victim101

    beware
    JEAN SIPALAY is a scam!!!
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  • Victim of Online SCAMMER

    SCAMMER: Hazel Ann Chiangco Sayama or Hazel Ann Sayama Chiangco or Hazel Ann Chiangco

    Address used: Blk. 11, Lot 8 Curie St., Brgy. Ferdinand Marcos, Ilocos Norte
    Her LBC card #: 1207903186
    Her Birthday: 4/7/1994
    Her CP #: 09361372817
    Her online names: Hacsg / Lanerge / & not sure sa 2 pang name na parang xa dn, d ko nlng post

    Tumingin ako ng shoes “JORDAN” online tru AYOSDITO tapos nakipag transact ako sa taong to “tomboy ata” tapos nung ngkasundo na kami na tru LBC ang shipping, nung naipadala
    ko na ung pera sa LBC senend ko tracking no. sa kanya then after 30mins ng text si LBC na nakuha na nung pinadalko ko ung pera, tapos nung tinitext ko na si HAZEL ANN CHIANGCO kung na ship nya narin ung items wala na ko na receive na reply ni isa kahit anong msg ko. Tapos nung trinack ko yung tracking number kung saan na claim ung pera e sa Marikina lng pala tapos sabi nung taga LBC my isa pa dw na customer sila na ganun din sa marikina dn na claim ung pera, then ng search ulit ako online my nakita ko na post ng isa nya ding naloko,
    kinontact ko ngkausap kami meron pa dw isa rin na victim pa so apat “4” na kami. Kami lng kaya o marami pa? Sana wala ng iba pang mabiktima pa itong scammer na to.

    With SAME NAME of scammer

    Here’s the LINK of my order:
    http://www.ayosdito.ph/Jordan+super+fly+slamdunk+9+5-9901312-1.htm

    &

    Here’s the LINK of order of other 3 victims:
    http://www.ayosdito.ph/Jordan+11+bred+size+9-9597030.htm
    http://www.ayosdito.ph/Jordan+Bag-9892647-1.htm
    http://www.ayosdito.ph/Jordan+x+slam+dunk+aj+6+vi+red+sz+9+5-9778493-1.htm

  • aye

    scammer Smart padala account 5299 6751 7823 5105 with cp no 09202087500
    di ko binigay reference number, pero na-avail na raw sabi ng smart hotline, syempre, di nila sasabihin info ng scammer…

  • diane

    Hello good morning. I hope that this message will not be taken for granted. I just want to report a scam and I too was a victim. There’s a Michelle “michee” Cruz in facebook who is offering a very very low downpayment with installment terms for Apple products. (You can check her facebook account).
    I sent her a payment of P4500 yesterday December 16,2014 and never heard anything from her upon providing her the tracking number from cebuana lhuillier. She claimed my payment at Cebuana Lhuillier olivarez tagaytay cavite branch, and I think dito din nya kinukuha paymnets ng mga biktima nya ever since she started her scam.
    I was really bothered and I checked feedbacks and her name in google only to find out that she has scammed a few dozen of people already. SANA NAMAN PO MAGAWAN NATIN NG PARAAN NA MAHULI ITONG SCAMMER NA ITO. DI KO NA HINAHANGAD NA MAIBALIK PA PERA KO PERO SANA IN THIS WAY WE CAN HELP LAHAT NG VICTIMS NYA AT WALA NA IBA PANG MABIKTIMA SI michelle “michee” Cruz, her middle name is Dimapilis based on my research. sana po pagtuunan nyo ng pansin itong message ko. She has been doing this scam since 2012, and until now wala pa po action at libreng libre parin sya gumalaw at manloko ng tao. These are photos provided by her to assure her “customers” that she is a legitimate online seller.
    Please help us work on finding and stopping this woman from her modus and scams.