The Bank of the Philippine Islands said it is looking into the incident involving faceless money allegedly withdrawn from its ATM. Earle Anne Yehey, Facebook

BPI investigates viral ‘faceless’ money
(Philstar.com) - December 27, 2017 - 11:23am

MANILA, Philippines — The Bank of the Philippine Islands on Tuesday said it is currently probing the incident involving faceless money allegedly withdrawn from one of its ATMs.

On Christmas day, a Facebook user named Earla Anne Yehey took to social media to complain that she withdrew “faceless” P100 bills allegedly from one of BPI’s ATMs.

Yehey posted on Facebook photos of the faceless bills and tagged BPI and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.

The photos she posted went viral and was shared by thousands of Facebook users.

BPI responded to her social media post and assured that their management is verifying the incident.

"We are already investigating the matter and currently validating the concerns of Ms. Earla Anne. We will provide updates once available," BPI head of corporate affairs and communications Owen Cammayo said in a statement. — Rosette Adel

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