Netizens Praise Delivery Rider After Saving Customer From Being Scammed

A delivery rider earned praises and admiration from the netizens after saving a lady customer from being scammed.

Over the past few years, a lot of customers have expressed their frustrations and disappointment after receiving useless items instead of the actual products they have ordered online.

Some people usually received rocks, paper, soap and other types of craps instead of mobile devices and gadgets.

Delivery Rider

A Facebook user named Sweetsel Baldonado Balbuena-Villanueva has shared the photo of a delivery rider who saved her from being scammed. The post garnered various reactions from the social media users.

Sweetsel wrote that the delivery worker told her not to receive the parcel. The rider said that the item is too suspicious and it seemed to be empty. The seller’s name and other details were not indicated.

The rider received two parcels from the same seller and one of his customers got scammed. He decided to inform Villanueva regarding his thoughts regarding the parcel to prevent her from being scammed out of P1, 400.

Delivery Rider

“Actually, dalawang item yung dineliver nila. Ibang client din yung isa. Dalawa sana kami na mai-scam tapos sabi ni kuya, magkaparehas lang daw yung seller na walang exact details,” Sweetsel said.

The lady customer contacted the seller to clarify the issue but discovered that the seller has blocked her number. She expressed gratitude towards the rider for being kind and honest to his customers.

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“Sana dumami pa ang mga taong kagaya [noong rider]. I know God will repay [his] kindness tenfold,” Villanueva added.

The online community expressed their reactions to the post:

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