Marvin Agustin Issues Warning Against Scammers Using His Pictures & Voice

Marvin Agustin Alerts Public To Unauthorized Use of His Pictures & Voice by Scammers

MARVIN AGUSTIN – Actor and celebrity chef Marvin Agustin issued an official statement warning the public of online scammers who are using his name, picture, and voice.

Marvin Agustin is a Filipino actor, entrepreneur, and chef, known for his work in television, film, and the culinary industry. He was born Marvin Jay Marquez Cuyugan on January 29, 1979, in Manila, Philippines.

He gained fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s as part of the popular male actor group “Gwapings,” which also included Jomari Yllana, Mark Anthony Fernandez, and Eric Fructuoso. He appeared in numerous television dramas and movies during this time, solidifying his status as a prominent figure in Philippine entertainment.

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Aside from acting, Marvin Agustin ventured into the restaurant business. He co-founded the SumoSam Group of Restaurants, which includes various dining concepts such as SumoSam, John and Yoko, and Akira. His success in the culinary industry has showcased his versatility beyond acting.

The 45-year-old celebrity has alerted the public about scammers misusing his identity—including his name, photo, and voice—to promote products he does not endorse.

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Through an official statement on his Instagram account Marvin also recognized online as Tito Marvs, urged people to report any dubious posts across different social media platforms where his identity is being exploited.

“To all my followers as Marvin Agustin or ‘Tito Marvs,’ I would like to inform you that we have received several reports of social media accounts pretending to be me or my representatives selling various products.

“These impersonators are using my name, photos, and videos, as well as manipulating my voice using AI.

“We urge everyone to report any suspicious posts on online platforms. Thank you very much for your understanding and support.”

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