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Filipina Strikes Back at Scammer by Polishing Grammar in Text Message

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An online seller took action against a text scammer by addressing their grammar mistakes.

Karen Santiago-Libunao, a Facebook user, revealed that she recently received a text from an unknown number, which pretended to be a bank’s warning message.

READ: Text Scams Stole Millions From Filipinos 

The message stated:

We have notice that someone’s trying to open your UB account. Please be advice that you need to secure your Account immediately, Please visit unionbnk-caresph.info 

In response, Karen decided to correct the scammer’s grammar.

We have noticed*

Please be advised*

you need to secure your account immediately. Please* 

UnionBank told its customers last month not to trust fake text messages from the bank.

How to Detect a Fake Bank Login Page

It said that a message is fake if it has a message that is urgent or scary, if it comes from a source you don’t know, or if it has links that look wrong or sketchy.

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