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Swindlers steal a huge amount from a family in Cebu

Netizen Merlyn Matthews posted on her social media account about big time, professional scammers Arrianne Rosalie Tadefa Vila and Jethro Vila, who allegedly duped them out of a huge amount of money in Cebu. According to Matthews, the couple, who she later on discovered have two warrants of arrest in Manila and multiple cases of scam and estafa amounting to more that 42 million pesos in Bulacan, befriended their family to get their trust, made up stories about their business investments and connections, presented fake documents and IDs, and then allegedly swindled them at the time her family was at a low point because of her husband’s illness.

Matthews warned the public, especially the people of Cebu to be aware of these criminals and called on fellow netizens to help with the immediate arrest of the live-in partners.

Read full post of Matthews:

Screengrab from Facebook / Merlyn Matthews
Screengrab from Facebook / Merlyn Matthews

In a Facebook page called WISE Pinoy: NO to Scammers and Swindlers, more victims of the felons surfaced and showed that their schemes were even featured on T3, a TV5 public service show hosted by the Tulfo brothers, in January.

Watch their report below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfShFzhCKQ4

Here are the photos of the alleged scammers, Arrianne Rosalie Tadefa Vila and Jethro Vila, as posted in Matthews’s account:

Scammers who's victimized people from Bulacan, Manila, Cavite, Antipolo, and Cebu. Photo Credit: FB / M. Matthews
Scammers who victimized people from Bulacan, Manila, Cavite, Antipolo, and Cebu.
Photo Credit: FB / M. Matthews
"This is them when they visited us during Veralyn's 16 th birthday. That's their son Airness who is only 14 years old. Poor thing having a mother like that! " - Matthews Photo Credit: FB / M.Matthews
“This is them when they visited us during Veralyn’s 16 th birthday. That’s their son Airness who is only 14 years old. Poor thing having a mother like that! ” – Matthews
Photo Credit: FB / M.Matthews
Some of the FAKE id's presented to the scam victims. Photo Credit: FB / M.Matthews
Some of the FAKE id’s presented to the scam victims.
Photo Credit: FB / M.Matthews

A reward of P100,000 will be given to anyone who can give information leading to the incarceration of the two.

These (sic) couple are professional swindlers. See FB- WISE PINOY: NO to scammers and Swindlers for full stories. Even had news with TULFO! Already filed a police report, worked with CIDG, news media, I am now putting a reward for their capture – 100 Thousand and I’m doing this so they will no longer be able to scam more people. She has no heart and quotes a lot of scriptures in the talking. Really a wolf dressed in a sheepskin so beware! – Merlyn Matthews


Featured Photo Credit: Facebook / M. Matthews

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