Amy Perez Calls Out DTI After Her Face Was Used To Endorse “Paysbook”

Amy Perez denies connection to “Paysbook”.

AMY PEREZ – The Kapamilya female host Amy Perez denied her connection in “Paysbook” and calls out DTI after her face was used to endorse it without her permission.

As an artist, your face can be seen anywhere and is already familiar to public. With the familiarity, this is the main reason why they get endorsement jobs. However, in every endorsement, there should be an equal compensation. And this is not what happened to the Kapamilya host Amy Perez.

Her face was used for “Paysbook” by a random fan who took a photo with her without her knowledge about it. Until she saw these posts on Facebook with the netizen claiming that she also uses this and is connected to the group. To which she has denied in her Instagram post and calling out Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) regarding the matter and other appropriate persons who can help her with it.

In her post, Tyang Amy has indicated, “May mga kumakalat na larawan ko ngayon sa FB kasama ang ilang tao na tila nang-e-engganyo na sumali sa kanilang negosyo na “PAYSBOOK” nililinaw ko po na WALA akong koneksyon sa nasabing grupo sila po ay nag pa picture lamang sa akin nung nakasabay ko sila sa Airport at ngayon ay ginamit na nila ito upang makahikayat ng members katulad ng sinasabi nila sa mga caption nila.”

According to Paysbook affiliate-page Facebook page, Paysbook is “a combination of the 3 MOST INNOVATIVE INTERNET BUSINESS in the world today SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM, E-COMMERCE SYSTEM and AFFILIATE MARKETING PROGRAM.” They accordingly earn through affiliate accounts with an activation fee of Php 1,000.00 and a sign-in reward of Php 300.00.

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