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Filipina Scammed by Imposter Posing as WWE Superstar Roman Reigns

In today's digital age, online scams have become a common issue that everyone should be aware of. Recently, a Filipina complained to veteran broadcaster Ben Tulfo about a courier service that allegedly held her package containing an invitation letter, SIM card, VIP I.D. card, and $20,000 cash from her supposed boyfriend, Roman Reigns, the current WWE Undisputed Universal Champion.

The complaint was made on the March 30 episode of #ipaBITAGmo, where Isabel Mayam-o expressed her frustration towards Curier Eagles Delivery Services Corp., which demanded P15,000 before delivering the package, which was never received. Mayam-o explained that she sent the money through GCash, and the courier company has yet to deliver the package to her.

Mayam-o claimed that the package came from her boyfriend in Florida, who goes by the name of Roman Reigns. However, Tulfo was quick to question her on whether she had verified the pro-wrestler's identity via video chat. Unfortunately, Mayam-o's response was that the WWE "bars employees" from communicating, which made it difficult for her to confirm his identity. Thus, a SIM card was allegedly sent to make communication easier.

It is unclear whether the WWE has such a policy, and Ben Tulfo expressed concern that Mayam-o may be getting scammed for her hard-earned money. He even doubts the authenticity of the supposed relationship between Mayam-o and Reigns, given the bad grammar in their communication, despite Reigns claiming to be born in Pensacola, Florida.

The Bureau of Customs and Bureau of Immigration have long warned Filipinos against falling victim to "online love scams" that prey on unsuspecting individuals searching for love and romance. Mayam-o's case is an example of how people can be scammed by fraudulent courier services that take advantage of people's emotions.

It's essential to be cautious when it comes to online transactions and relationships. Always verify the identity of the person you're communicating with, and never send money or personal information to someone you don't know well. Remember, prevention is always better than cure.

In conclusion, Mayam-o's complaint about her stalled package allegedly from Roman Reigns is a reminder to be careful and vigilant about online scams. With the right knowledge and awareness, we can avoid being victims of these malicious schemes.


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