No alerts received: BDO clients lose money due to unauthorized transactions

Some depositors of BDO Unibank have reported losing as much as P200,000 due to unauthorized transactions involving their accounts, with the Sy-blings’ bank supposedly failing to notify them about the suspicious purchases or withdrawals.

Abogado Ross Tugade took to Twitter to complain about the P140,000 she lost due to transactions made in China, Australia, and Turkey even when she had not gone there nor did she have a debit card to even swipe or get cloned.

“I did not receive any alerts from BDO and only found out today when I tried to make an ATM withdrawal,” Tugade wrote, adding she has since applied for the reversal of the amounts.

“My partner’s BDO credit card was also charged for some unauthorized transactions recently :(( merong PH transactions (cash-in sa grabpay) and ones from UK and US,” user @pamdelatorre_ added.

Others said they feel Tugade’s pain as they’ve been through the same scam and got frustrated and disappointed with the bank owned by the bilyonaryo Sy-blings.

One said she lost nearly P200,000.

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