Pinay Maid Seeks Raffy Tulfo’s Help After Losing P120k to Raffle Scam

Pinay Maid Loses P120k to Scammer After Paying for Raffle Scam

A Pinay maid is seeking the help of the radio broadcaster Raffy Tulfo after losing over P120, 000 to a raffle scam.

Nowadays, many Filipino people have been victimized by various scams and modus operandi. The Philippine government and authorities advised the public to carefully check transactions before releasing any amount.

A Facebook user named Savidnab Aij Jai has shared the video footage of a Filipina maid who lost over P120, 000 to a raffle scam. The video goes viral online and garnered various reactions from the netizens.

Pinay Maid

In the video, it can be seen that the house helper identified as Lydia Talas Gallano is asking help from Raffy Tulfo after losing her hard-earned cash to the scammers. The suspects reportedly stole her savings worth P120, 000.

Gallano who is working as a housemaid for four years revealed that she received a message from a certain Attorney Lopez. The message told her that she won a raffle promo from Kopiko and make some proposals.

Lydia narrated that she was just living to a relative in commonwealth and she could not find a job for not being fully vaccinated. She is seeking help from Tulfo, so she could return to her province.

Here is the full post:

Magandang gabi po sa inyung lahat. Siya po si lydia talas gallano .kasamabahay nang almost 4 years ..naluko po sya. Nag pakilala atty.lopez at nanalo sa pa raffle promo nang kopiko .. At nalimas po lahat nang ipon niya na umabot nang 120k plus .. Humihingi po sya nang tulong na makauwi sa probinsya at mai tag kay idol raffy tulfo.

Sa lahat po nang may gustong tumulongbsa kanya tawagan or itext lamang po sya sa kanyang numero .


Pinay Maid

The online community expressed their reactions to the video:

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