The secondhand car market isn't just a trick industry to navigate. It can potentially be a dangerous one as well.The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has just released a statement telling car buyers and sellers to be wary of the pasalo-
Again, when something sounds way too good to be true, it probably is. Online scammers make a killing taking advantage of netizens who forget this rule, so always keep it in mind when you're mindlessly scrolling through your social media feeds
Guys, if something online sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Perfect example? The scam going around with Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) supposedly giving away free stuff to celebrate its 80th anniversary.The Japanese car manufacturer has released a statement
With the recent issue involving the personnel of an MMDA-accredited towing company--who allegedly violated several rules in the performance of their functions of clearing Metro Manila's roads of illegally parked vehicles--I had a quick chat with MMDA chairman
You might recall that in September 2014, we reported an online scamming incident in which the victim had been duped into depositing P20,000 to the bank account of the scammer, who had put out the bogus classified ad on OLX for
Thanks to the success and popularity of such e-commerce websites as eBay, the prospect of transacting business over the Internet has steadily won the confidence of people around the world, including here in the Philippines. Sulit, a similar website offering consumer-
Aman Futures Group founder Manuel Amalilio, who reportedly fled the country after swindling P12 billion from \"investors\" in his pyramid scam, had been to Metro Manila a few times to purchase several luxury vehicles, sources within the auto industry have told us.