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NBI Arrested 4 Alleged Suspects of BDO Missing Money

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) arrested the four alleged suspects behind the unauthorized transfers from the bank of BDO.

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) detained four people in connection with the suspected fraudulent schemes targeting BDO Unibank Inc. in December. Two Nigerian nationals were apprehended in Pampanga, according to the report.

BDO Suspects

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Several pieces of evidence linking the suspects to the hacking event were seized from them. According to Vic Lorenzo, chief of the NBI Cybercrime Division, they construct the account, fabricate the documents, and then aggregate the downloaded amounts from several downloaders, as well as provide the payoff.

“Ang involvement nila is to synchronize ‘yong movement ng members ng group. Ino-open nila ang account, sila ang nagpapa-falsify ng mga dokumento tapos ‘yong mga downloaded amounts o downloaded cash, sila ang nagko-consolidate from different downloaders at sila rin ang nagbibigay ng payoff,” Lorenzo said.

Another suspect who was in charge of downloading the money from the system was apprehended in Pasig City in a separate operation. Meanwhile, the fourth suspect, who designed the hacking computer software, was apprehended in Manila.

“Pinapasok ko po ‘yong website and then naglalagay ako ng backdoor and then ilalagay ko ng isang extracting tool na para sa database para i-extract mga information ng mga tao,” Clay Revillosa said.

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) stated that it is presently compiling the information before bringing a case against the people. According to NBI Director Eric Distor, the team is now concentrating on other members of the organization in order to bring them accountable for their crimes as well.

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