Over 10 food delivery riders have been victimize by a fake booking.
Several online food delivery riders crowded in front of a house in Pilar Village, Las Piñas City and expressed dismay after they found out they were all scammed.
More than 10 delivery riders are swindled by a certain “AJ Pande”.
He use a food delivery service app to do the scheme.
The culprit gave various contact numbers but gives the same address to the poor delivery employees.
“Nakwento sakin ng mga rider na pinick up po nila sa seller ‘yung order ni AJ pande. Paiba-iba ‘yung contact number na binigay ni AJ pero same address,” Natalie dela Cruz reported.
Eventually, the Food Panda employees and other food delivery workers discovered that there was no AJ Pande living in the address.
“Wala daw pong AJ Pande na nakatira sa [nakalagay na address]. Senior ang lumalabas sa bahay na iyon,” Natalie said.
His post then elicits mixed reactions from netizens.
Here are some of their comments:
Sa mga taong walang magawa sa buhay, wag naman po kayong pasaway
kawawa nman ung mga tao ngtatrabho ng maayos wag nman po natin cla lokohin
Bakit kaya mga sira ang ulo ng mga tao sa pinas parang hinde cla tao hinde man lng naawa sa niluko nila
Yan ung Hirap saming mga food delivery sobrang baba ng tingin ng ibang mayayaman samin hindi sa nilalahat ko ah
There is no update yet on what happened to the food delivery drivers scammed in Las Piñas City.
This is not the first time an incident such as this happened amid the quarantine period. Last May, several delivery riders and restaurant owners were victimized by a similar scheme expressed their disappointment.
What can you say about this?