STOP LAZADA DELIVERIES SCAM

STOP LAZADA DELIVERIES SCAM

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Margaux Dragonessa started this petition to Department of Trade and Industry (Philippines) and

We the people of the PHILIPPINES ,  with our knees folded , begging our government to protect our Filipino people from these SILENT TERRORIST , robbing our money by these on line SELLERS scammers, particularly WHO SELLS FROM LAZADA DELIVERY and other Online Shopping , who HEARTLESSLY CHEAT & SCAM US , with our hard earned money. Yes we might be stupid to believe again and again believe, support the lies after lies of the promises of the “AMAZING” wonders of online shopping , thinking it will give us the same product in the picture, with a lesser or discounted price , yet time and time again we see a lot of people praying and still giving chances after chances to those RUTHLESS online shopping deliveries , most of the people I know just ignored and kept quiet, and some are just a ticking bomb till you get your turn be to scammed . Please help me STOP these people who keeps on pin pointing at each other every time we ask them who is to blame and to claim our money and refund.

Is it the sellers fault? FOR PACKING THE PRODUCT. Or maybe the courier’s fault ? FOR DELIVERING THE PRODUCT & ASKING TO BE PAID FIRST BEFORE CLIENT CAN OPEN THE DELIVERED PRODUCT ? Or the consumers naive hopeless romantics idea of something good or better will come out of that mystery box.

Masyado na po ang ABUSO At KALAPASTANGANAN sa mga POBRENG mga KABABAYAN natin ang NALOLOKO , WALA NG PINIPILI , BATA, MATANDA , MAYAMAN , MAHIRAP.

Dapat pasara na yan si #lazada

DTI Philippines

#amla 

#onlinescam 

The Cybercrime Prevention Act covers most online scams. Also known as the Republic Act 10175, this was created to address illegal activities committed that involve Information and Communication Technologies like mobile phones, computers, software, and the Internet.

While the law mostly deals with hacking, identity theft, and data interference, it covers all crimes that are listed and penalized by the Revised Penal Code (see below) if they are committed through information and communication technologies. The Cybercrime Prevention Act increases the penalty for these crimes, making the penalty longer or graver.

Received something of poorer quality or lesser quantity from a seller? Chances are you’ve been swindled. Swindling happens when a seller sends you a product that is of a different quality, quantity, or material from what he promised and what you paid for. Swindling (or estafa), which concerns most online scams is punishable under Article 315 of the Revised Penal Code.

Not a lot of people know this but you could also report individuals for theft if they refuse to fulfill their part of the transaction and run off with your money or with a product you had sent them. Theft is definitely against the law and is covered by Article 308 of the Revised Penal Code.

Any form of dishonesty by a seller before, during, and after a sale is punishable under Republic Act 7394, or the Consumer Act of the Philippines. This would mean that you could be fined or could even go to jail if you convince a buyer to enter into a sale through acts of concealment, false representation, or fraudulent manipulation.

A simple example of this would be when a seller tells a prospective buyer that a product that is brand new when it is in fact secondhand. Ever been duped into buying an expensive designer bag that turned out to be a counterfeit? You could also complain for violation of the Consumer Act of the Philippines.

 

MARAMING SALAMAT PO ,

#dragonessa #Travel Wishlist 

 

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