Scammers won’t stop: GCash user warned of modus promising app fix

There’s a new modus targeting GCash users involving an impostor who claims to be an employee of the e-wallet firm promising to fix supposed glitches in the app.

A Twitter user exposed a certain Nerie San Pascual, who has been reaching out to GCash customers with a claim that she will address an issue within the app. The catch, however, is that users’ money could be siphoned off if they’re convinced into providing details to San Pascual.

The netizen claimed that San Pascual was “very aggressive” in getting one’s login information through Viber chats. She also supposedly showed an ID to prove that she is an Ayala Group employee.

“Be careful,” the poster said.