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Impostora! San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar asks help reporting mom’s hacked account

Sep 14, 2020 @ 9:52
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San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar has warned friends and family about entertaining any messages from her mom’s Facebook account, which has been hacked.

In a Facebook post, Adajar also sought help in reporting the account, which now carries a different name and profile photo.

The account now uses the name AL Ling and it also changed the email address that her mom Araceli had used for the account.

The konsehala said her mom’s account also has family photos that the hacker might use to scam people out of money.

If the account sends people suspicious messages, they should report it, she said.

Let’s stop this hacker!

“PINALITAN ANG NAME AT PICTURE NG HACKER ANG FACEBOOK NG MAMA KO! HINDI na namin ma access mismo ung account and email address dahil pinaltan mismo yung email add kung saan naka register ung fb account ng mama ko.

DO NOT ENTERTAIN ANY MESSAGES USING MY MOM’S FORMER FB ACCOUNT. THE HACKER MIGHT ALSO USE OUR PHOTOS TO DO ILLEGAL TRANSACTIONS OR ASK FOR MONEY! AGAIN, NOT US! REPORT ALL SUSPICIOUS ACTIONS FROM THAT ACCOUNT!

Dear Facebook,

Please make an option to report hacked account!!! The hacker changed my mom’s email address registered to your social media!

Our friends and family pictures are there. Please help us report my mom’s former account and unfriend her, the hacker is now using the name: “Al Ling”

Please click the link below to help us report this account! Again, PINALITAN NG HACKER ANG ACCOUNT NAME AND PICTURE!

REPORT THIS ACCOUNT AND UNFRIEND!

https://www.facebook.com/araceli.c.adajar,” Adajar posted.

PINALITAN ANG NAME AT PICTURE NG HACKER ANG FACEBOOK NG MAMA KO! HINDI na namin ma access mismo ung account and email…

Posted by Karla Monica C. Adajar on Thursday, September 10, 2020

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