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Tuesday, April 12, 2022

The Benevolent Deceptive Officer (Part 1)

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Another Rogue Banker

Biz Buzz recently got hold of confidential information involving a seemingly rogue banker (working for a large local financial institution) who has successfully separated over P20 million from at least two victims.

Word on the street now is that the scammer may have been able to victimize others and make off with as much as P100 million. And here’s the thing: apart from being a ranking bank official, the scammer is also a “she.”

How is this scam perpetrated? This rogue banker, along with a number of suspected coconspirators, has apparently been engaging in illegal banking practices by enticing victims to park their funds in so-called Special Peso Time Deposit accounts.

But instead of putting the victims’ funds in the offered investment facility (which doesn’t exist), this scammer deposits the money in her own personal bank account.

As soon as the victims started looking for their money, this rogue female banker flew the coop, and Biz Buzz heard she recently took a commercial flight to Tokyo, Japan, after which the trail went cold. Her whereabouts are currently unknown.

Incidentally, the funds—originally deposited in one bank—were found to have been transferred to another financial institution within hours, and were soon after withdrawn.

In addition to going after the rogue banker who is now nowhere to be found, the victims are considering filing charges under the Anti-Money Laundering Act against the banking institutions involved. Watch this space, folks.

101 comments:

  1. Sino yan?! Ang tigas ng mukha nya ha!

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    1. Wala bang interpol ang gobyerno

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    2. Pulpol naman ang intelligence network sa pilipinas..pinapocket lang ang budget!

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    3. 307 si banker nga di ba na "she". Kainis ka ha.

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    4. 11:01 wrong analysis. This happened in s private institution. The culprit has been identified. She is a high ranking officer of the bank who knows the system well. There had been cases like this that had happened in other institutions. The funny thing is most of the culprits are female.
      Anyway it has been said that an ordinary man will steal money from a bank while a university man will steal the bank.

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    5. 1:38 any explanation / correlation as to why most culprits are female? i'm curious!

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    6. 7:52 because generally speaking, people are less suspicious of women. mas malakas daw ang conscience ng mga babae kaya takot gumawa jg masama. but I also believe that for a woman to commit such crime, may kasabwatan yan na lalake who is mostly likely working in the company as well.

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  2. Infairness naman nangscam pero hundred of millions ang nakuha. Good for her but very bad dun sa victims nya. Kaloka! Ang hirap kumita ng pera tapos nanakawin lang ng mga walanghiya.

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    1. Iba ka rin eh no? Nakuha mo pa siyang i-praise

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    2. Yikes to this passive agressive comment.

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    3. nagka pera siya dahil ninakaw niya ang pera , good for her?!! kaloka

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    4. Sinabi mo na nga na ang hirap kumita ng pera tapos nanakawin lang ng iba PERO NAKUHA MO PANG SABIHING GOOD FOR HER (SCAMMER)???? Langya naman teh umayos ka nga

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    5. parang may inggit ka sa scammer teh! parang gusto mo pang tularan talaga tsk!

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    6. Gosh, relax your t*ts mga baks. 😂
      I want a 100m but I will not do what she did. Isa pa, hindi nman ako sa bangko nagtatrabaho at wala din sa Pinas, so yeah...

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    7. te naman kasi ayusin mo comment mo. bakit may good for her??? huwag na mag english kung hindi alam ang meaning.

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    8. 724 it was really good for her kasi ang daming pera nun kaya may pambili na syang bagong identity and mukha but very bad for her victims. Ohemge, kulang sa comprehension. 😂 May di alam pa ang meaning na hirit. Tih, I speak 4 languages, hindi lang English. Lol

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    9. ".... relax your t*ts mga...." Lol. I died.

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    10. Ako na din napa wow sa ginawa nya not in a good way pero ung wow na "she pulled that off" ng ganun ganun lang edi ang galing nya, husler sa pag scam na wow.. masama magnakaw pero ung skill na yan grabe only a psychopath mindset can pull it off, no remorse and guilt. Totoo din ung isang comment dito in that kind of money she is laughing otw to the bank to withdraw the money and change her identity.

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  3. M*bank inspired ba to

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    1. Yan rin agad ang naisip ko (yung sa case ng M*bank).

      Bakit naman kaya naiisip gawin ang ganyang bagay considering these are high ranking corporate officials? For sure di naman maliit sweldo nila at for sure may pinag-aralan ang mga ito. Nakakalungkot lang :(

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    2. 657 totoo. Bakit ganyan na mga tao? Walang contentment

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    3. Dapat dyan sampolan,makulong at mahabol ng interpol

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  4. Uso na uli yan daming nag iidolo ng magnanakaw

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    1. Mai-singit lang... Talbot sa iyo ang sinasabi mo. Mapanghusga.

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    2. Malay mo puppet lang yang mga scammers na yan.

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    3. Naipasok mo pa iyun ha baks?

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    4. Ay waley naman yung hirit 🤣

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    5. 7:46 Why so affected?

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    6. 3:38 matagal na nangyayari yan. Anong idol ang magnanakaw ka dyan.

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    7. Hahaha! Andaming triggered na fans ng magnanakaw,

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    8. 9:25 Lahat naman sila beh. So lahat tayo fans nila. LOL

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    9. Nauuso ang magnanakaw.

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    10. pag talaga nabanggit yung salitang magnanakaw, isang name talaga natakbot sa isipan ng tao hahahaha butthurt!!!

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  5. Naku naman! Sana naman she will be apprehended soon! Hindi dapat magtagumpay at mamuhay yayamanin kuno ang mga 'yan! Nakakagalit!

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  6. From B bank officer?

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  7. You will never be happy with the money u stole, money u didn't work hard for, money that doesn't really belong to you. Mas mabuti pa simple na lang buhay mo, mahimbing pa tulog mo. Peace of mind is priceless.

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    1. i wish it were true baks pero sa maiitim ang budhi, magsasaya sila dahil wala silang konsensy

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    2. 7:56 Agree with you. Proud pa mga yan na nakapang loko sila.

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    3. Di totoo yan. Money can buy almost anything nowadays kahit history mo kaya mong irevise pag may pera ka

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    4. 9:32 I see what you did there 😁😉

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    5. Pinagsasabi mo? Masayang masaya yan pagkatapos ng mission nila!

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    6. May karma din yang ganyan.Most of the time sa mahal mo sa buhay ang balik niyan.

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    7. Naku sa teleserye lang yang mga karma. 😂

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    8. Like what the A did a long time ago @9:32?

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    9. Only a sociopath can do this kind of crime. They have mo remorse or guilt kaya to them hindi sila tatablan ng kung ano anong guilt kasi to them they work hard to earn the trust of the client and they think they deserve this money. This kind of people walks among us.. be careful

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  8. This person should be named at ikalat na parang wanted kung ganyan kalalaki ang ninakaw

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  9. Nung nagpandemic dumami ang scammers. I fell for one kasi kamag-anak mismo namin. :(

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    1. :(

      Pwedeng mag cancel ng family members, baks. Life is short.

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    2. Sinabi mo pa, yon kamaganak nga namin humingi ng tulong dahil nacovid daw sya, nagpakita pa ng mga recibo and stuff, tapos nalaman din namin sa isang kamaganak namin hindi naman daw nagkasakit, nagsarado lang yon pinagtatrabahuhan. Bat pa kailangan magsinungaling, magbibigay naman kami ng tulong/ayuda sa abot ng makakaya namin.

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  10. Ano ba yan!!! Evil

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  11. I had a bad experience with A-B bank , secretly withdrew my money when I learnt that I made noises through FB , eventually it was returned. How could a high ranking position could withdraw money from clients account

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    1. Hindi bawal magtagalog 8:34 jusko.

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    2. bakla sana tinagalog mo nalang 🤫

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    3. Maybe your written and spoken English are struggling😆keep reading it helps a lot.

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    4. You guys are petty. Grow up!

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  12. Mga BM ng bank they can withdraw from clients accounts

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    1. this is not true!!!! even husband and wife can’t withdraw from each other’s account if they are not co signatories so I think i correct mo lang info mo..

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    2. 1137 true yan ano ka ba. Malamang sa likod ang daan. May mgwiwithdraw ba ng iligal sa harap ng teller?!

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    3. Yes! It’s true believe it or not They ask teller to do that for them. Sila nasa loob Alam nila labas pasok ng money. I experienced that. Esp sa big accounts grabe

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    4. Ang big accounts wag nyo ilagay sa iisang bangko.Mahirap pagkainteresan assets ninyo.

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  13. mga ka fp always check your bank balance.. may friend ako working for a bank call center. may mga tiga bank na kay mag withdraw from your accout . tig 100 to 500 pesos, ginagawa sa madaming account holders. ang 100 hindi napapansin e

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    1. Yes mostly B-nk Ma—-ge-

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    2. ah talaga, anong bank kaya ito?

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    3. Magrereflect ba sa app or sa passbook kapag nag withdraw sila?

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    4. Karamihan sa states pumupunta..may isang mag asawa dito sa chicago nagtago tapos nag work sa isang small tax acct firm, sabi kanila daw yong office! In the long run nakulong yong lalaki kasi may ginawang milagro naman the ower sued him!

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    5. 5:18 they use carbon. That’s according to a teller.

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  14. Naku nowhere to be found na, matagal ng plano yan baka nag pa retoke na yan at change identity na

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  15. My mom has been working in a bank for 3 decades. Yung style daw karamihan pakonti konti yung kuha like the comment above. Example, kukuha sa gitna ng bundled bills after mabilang.

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    1. But the culprit is not a teller- they have cctvs all around now too inside the bank

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    2. True! Muntik na ako ma loko nang ganyan style. sasabihin kulang daw yung nasa bundle. buti na lang may cctv kami kaya may proof na tama bilang ko.Nung umpisa konti lang kulang pero pagtagal malaki na nawawala. Kinausap ko manager humihingi kami copy ng cctv nila kasi sa amin kumpleto naman. biglang sabi nakita na raw yung nawawala.haist. turns out may vacation leave pala itong si teller gurl. Mag ingat tayo mga sis ang hirap kumita ng pera tapos iba lang mag enjoy sa pinagpaguran mo.

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    3. Hahaha anong difference ng pagkuha sa gitna e parepareho lang naman denomination ng bundled bills? Kaoka

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    4. grabe so internal 'practice' pala 'yan kung ganun? nakakawala ng tiwala sa mga banks! are we better off with electronic banks / fintech then kasi less human interaction? ang mahirap lang tho is baka high-tech din ang pagkuha..

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    5. 6:33 Sis, FYI para mabilis mo macheck kung kumpleto, mag base ka sa serial number. Dapat 100 yung difference per bundle :)

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    6. 7:56 This is what I prefer. I use excel as my "passbook" to track my transactions sa purely online bank.

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    7. 2:10, that only works pag new money ang i-issue sayo. Pag luma, hindi magkakasunod-sunod ang serial number sa isang bundle.

      To be safe bilangin niyo na lang talaga. Pag magwithdraw kayo ng malaking halaga, you can always inform the bank in advance to prepare it in a bigger denomination para konti lang bibilangin niyo.

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    8. 5:31 Malamang po. Common sense po na pang new bills lang applicable yung checking thru serial numbers.

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    9. Di ako nag oonline banking dito sa pinas, pero walang transaction history sa online account mo??

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    10. Tip.Ilista nyo sa passbook kung para saan ang mga na withdraw nyong pera para masigurado na kayo ang nag withdraw

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  16. Let me guess... this rogue female banker is pretty :) :) :)

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    1. Aww here you are again. Still no friends?

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    2. 1:38 baka ginamit pa ang pera para retokehin ang mukha!

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    3. You sound so bitter talaga haha

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  17. name this bank para hindi na ako punta dyan.

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  18. Madali ang mga scammer s Pinas , tumatakbo pa nga as govt officials.

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  19. Lol, that’s nothing new in pinas e. You can’t trust anything or anyone here. If you don’t know that, blame yourself.

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  20. Ang mga galit sa magnanakaw dapat consistent kayo!

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    1. True hahaha dapat din wag magagalit pag nahablutan ng phone or pinasok yung bahay. Consistency is the key.

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    2. You mean puppet ng magnanakaw? Ay oo galit kami dyan.

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  21. Wala na, finish na. Nagparetoke na siguro yun ngayon with fake identity.

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  22. wag na mag-banko kung ganyan din lang tinatangay ng mga kupal na tao ang pera ng kapwa nila. itago na lang natin sa filing cabinets mga pera natin. ordinary savings account ke-liit2 ng tubo may tax pa!

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    1. Try purely online banking kasi mas mataas yung interest. Also, insured naman up to 500k by PDIC. Always research po.

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    2. Apparently totoo ka dyan, 500k lang ang insured. So kahit makulong eto scammer na eto, they money she scammed are all gone!

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    3. 6:39 i’m aware that money in bank is insured up to 500k by pdic. hindi yan ang issue ko but the fact that unscrupulous people steal other people’s hand-earned money. also, tingin mo makukuha mo agad ang 500k insured amount from pdic? do your own research din noh.

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  23. Put your money on a mutual fund guys.

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  24. Lakas maka Inventing Anna na galawan ito hahaha

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