Monday, February 10, 2020
Saturday, December 7, 2019
The original post is here
Saturday, November 23, 2019
This was the original post then shared by the attorney.
Huh ? The same people condemning a 50 mil cauldron were okay with 50 mil per senator during Corona televised circus https://t.co/iiDlsCkgsJ— Ed Lopez (@edrlopez) November 22, 2019
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
You know what I can't stand about teaching English are the people who have bad pronunciation, defective subject / verb agreement, faulty conjugation, using laughter as punctuation. And that is just my fellow teachers.
Thursday, August 15, 2019
Thursday, August 8, 2019
Just today ( August 8 2019 ) I got this email.
The exact wording if the picture is too small for you is as follows:
What caught my eye is the phrase "temporarily unavailable " which will probably catch your eye too if you depend on your ATM card like most of us do. These guys want to scare you into immediate action so bad that you may not take certain precautions. Precautions like using Google or logging into your account independent of the email you just got.
Please note the email address ( BDO Unibank [email@example.com ])
A quick Google search for that address produces the legitimate email address/ url of BDO ( Banco de Oro)
As you can see , everything legitimate BDO does online has a '.com.ph' domain not a just a ".com". Lastly as a blogger I know that just because something is highlighted , it doesn't mean what you see in the email is the exact link it will go to. For example just because you see https://www.bradpittwasclonedfromedlopez.com it does not mean you will go to that URL. Try it.
Bottom line, the more dire the consequences, the more time you should take to investigate. Google is your friend. I wish BDO had examples of this kind scam online and even shut down the urls ( for example https://www.engineersinstitute.com/BDO-Online-Banking/Redirecting.php?_=1\ ) of these people spoofing.