Former Filipino CS: GO Pro Presumably Scams Valorant Gamers Out of US$ 2,000
A Valorant player from the Philippines has actually accused a previous expert Counter Strike: Global Offensive player of selling Valorant Points through fraudulent methods with the purpose of scamming them out of their cash.
According to the plaintiff, Molly Octaviano, the supposed fraudster – John Paulo “paulowow” Bacani – had offered her 8,775 Valorant Points at an inexpensive rate but stopped working to measure up to his side of the bargain after getting 2,178 PHP (US$ 45).
Octaviano has given that lodged a grievance with the Philippines’ National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Cybercrime Department. Bacani was an esports professional athlete who utilized to bet organisations like Bren Esports and Fallen5.
Octaviano declared that Bacani connected to her via Facebook under the pseudonym ‘Mark Ryan S Pagalunan’ and used to offer her Valorant Points at a less expensive rate. Nevertheless, when Bacani received her money, he consequently shut off the fake Facebook account, she claimed.
She even more alleged that Bacani has scammed 29 Valorant players out of over 100,000 PHP, which amounts to over US$ 2,000.
” He has used other names (Ken A Hidalgo, Kyle Cruz, Kevin Trinidad, and more),” Octaviano stated in a declaration. “I connected to other victims and had the ability to learn that there were 29 or more individuals who had experienced the exact same. Some scams totaling up to 17,000 PHP ($ 350 approx.), 7,000 PHP ($ 145 approx.), and more.”