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Video of Scammer Asking Netizen to Send Activation Code (OTP) Elicits Criticisms Online

A concerned netizen has shared the video footage of a scammer asking him to send his activation code or OTP.

A Facebook user named Jomz Donaire has shared the video footage of a scammer asking him to send his activation code. The post spread like a wildfire online and garnered various reactions from the netizens.

At first, the caller was contacted Jomz for alleged security check and informed him that his bank account will be held if he fail to comply. The BDO scammer asked him to logout his account and gives further transaction.

Scammer

After a few moments, the scammer asked for activation code or OTP. However, users must not share its OTP to anyone to avoid losing cash. Jomz visited the BDO app and tried to forget password and confirmed that the activation code is necessary to change password.

Donaire refused to give his OTP after suspecting the caller is a scammer who was trying to deceive him. The scammer even threaten to hold his account for refusing to cooperate and send the activation code.

Here is the full post:

BDO Scammer. Namura pa ako sa huli, edi minura ko rin haha

Ganito process nila.

Tatawag sila sayu para e aware ka sa mga hacking na nagaganap, then para ma secure ang account mo is tatanungin ang username mo without password, so parang legit kasi hindi hiningi ang password. Then last na hihingin is yung last 4 digits ng atm mo para daw makapag Send sila ng activation code which is yung otp(never share). So nong hinihingi na ang otp, syimpre hindi ko binigay. Nagpunta muna ako sa bdo app then nag try ako mag forgot password, and yun nga. Para ma process ang forgot password, need ng username and last 4digits ng atm, which is yun ang kinuha niya. Huli ka balbon.”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

Scammer

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