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OFWs in Qatar Who Got Scammed by Co-Filipino Worker Asks for Assintance

Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) based in Qatar seeks help to authorities after they were allegedly got scammed by fellow Filipino worker.

After falling prey to fraud by fellow OFWs, some Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Qatar seek help from authorities. Mr. Angelito Menor, a Nueva Ecija native, was the OFWs complained.

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Joel Dasilag of Capiz said in an interview with Bombo Radyo that he worked with Menor in Qatar as their supervisor. Menor approached Dasilag and asked for assistance because he needed it, but he also made sure that it would be returned immediately, according to Dasilag.

Menor, however, was unable to pay a few months later, and Dasilag discovered that several OFWs in Qatar had already borrowed Menor’s capital. Since 2017, it is reported to have looted up to P5 million.

Meanwhile, a Chinese student receives a whopping £22,000 (P1,477,134) in free chicken due to loophole he discovered. In 2018, a student from Jiangsu province named Xu discovered a bug in KFC’s app. He was able to move between the app and the restaurant’s official Weibo account as a result of the bug.

Because of this, he managed to get an unlimited number of free food vouchers. After getting more chicken than he can handle, he used the loophole to start his own food business.

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