4 Individuals Illegally Selling Gcash Accounts Online Arrested – NBI

NBI Arrested 4 Individuals Allegedly Selling Gcash Accounts Online

The personnel of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) arrested four (4) individuals illegally selling Gcash accounts online.

Four people were arrested in a series of operations carried out by NBI-Cybercrime Division agents in connection with the unlawful sale of e-wallet accounts. The NBI identified those arrested as Raul D. Malabon, Jerrica T. Sarmiento, Matthew Daniel Torres, and Alexis B. Alviento in a statement.

NBI Selling Gcash Accounts

The four suspects were accused of violating Republic Act No. 8484, the Access Devices Regulations Act of 1998, as well as RA 10175, the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. The series of operations was prompted by information that certain people were aggressively selling GCASH accounts on Facebook.

” Ang serye ng mga operasyon ay nagmula sa impormasyon na ang ilang indibidwal ay nasa talamak na pagbebenta ng GCASH accounts sa pamamagitan ng Facebook,” the NBI said in a statement.

According to the report, the NBI-CCD performed internet monitoring and discovered that the Facebook accounts ‘Principe Larjay,’ ‘Jerrica Sarmiento,’ ‘Francis Lucas,’ and ‘Sixela Alviento’ were selling GCash accounts. “The first arrest in Bulacan was Malabon, who was discovered to be behind the Facebook account “Principe Larjay,” according to the report.

In addition to Malabon, authorities detained Sarmiento, the person behind the account “Jerrica Sarmiento.” Torres, the man behind the Facebook account “Francis Lucas,” was apprehended in Pasay City, while Alviento, the man behind the account “Sixela Alviento,” was apprehended in Manila.

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