A Pinay is being called as “Queen of Gold Diggers” for taking Php25million from her American boyfriend. But everyone is scratching their heads in puzzlement (even Raffy Tulfo!) why she would do that when her boyfriend is so handsome, kind, rich, and generous, while she looks rather simple.
Brothers RJ Russel and Kevin Russel from Dallas, Texas went to Raffy Tulfo in Action to ask for help against Adora Ramos, RJ’s girlfriend.
According to RJ, he met Adora when they were both working in Kuwait. But after some time, he had to move to a new job in Afghanistan. Since he couldn’t bring her there, he decided to send her back to the Philippines and that he would simply support her.
Adora has four kids with her ex-husband; RJ gave her money to file for annulment, worth around Php150,000. He thought that problem was already taken care of. He would also begin sending her money so they can start a business, a sari-sari store, for him to move to the Philippines for good. But it was only recently that he discovered that she had been scamming him all along.
About 4 years ago, the IT consultant sent a huge amount of money to Adora. At the time, she claimed that there’s someone dealing them a 9-hectare farm for Php2.75 million. It was near the Php3-million house that he bought for her and her family in La Union.
Thinking that they are getting a good deal out of the transaction, RJ first sent Adora $120,000 (Php6 million) to cover the farm, the sari-sari store, and the inventory for the business they decided to put up 4 years ago.
Over the years, he would find properties adjacent or near the farm that they could buy to grow their business. He would transfer the money to Adora’s account so she could take care of the transactions. When he found out that she actually bought no farm and they didn’t have any land, despite the many ‘transactions’ they had supposedly done with the dealers, he was rather shocked.
They also had gold and silver coins worth $30,000 (Php1.5 million), but he found that nothing was left in the safe where he left them. But he’s puzzled over what she might have done with the money, because she doesn’t even have flashy cars or other properties, except for their Php3-million house.
But the house burned to the ground, nearly including RJ, Adora, and Adora’s four kids – and everything in it. Later, RJ realized that it might be possible it was Adora who caused the house to catch fire.
As the nightmare unfolded, RF asked his bank how much he had sent Adora – and was shocked to learn that he already sent her a total of $510,000 (Php25.8 million)! But he’s left with no property, no business, and not much money left in Adora’s bank.
Watch Part 1 here:
Here’s Part 2:
Annulment in the Philippines
Under Article 45 of the Philippine family code, a marriage can be annulled if one spouse wasn’t mentally sound at the time of the marriage or was forced into it. This might be contested, however, if the person seeking annulment continued living as husband and wife after regaining mental competence or the threat of force disappeared.
Here’s a sad update on Adora’s situation…
Construction Workers Find Lots of Money at Construction Site They were Digging
Some construction workers found bags of money at the construction site they were digging – but can they still use this money to buy food and other items they needed?
Workers Find Money at Construction Site
Several construction workers from Tandag City in Surigao del Sur were so happy after finding bags of money from a construction site they were digging! There was so much money that some of them estimated the total to be around Php500,000. Wow.
Who owns the money and were they able to use it?
According to Peterson Bucay, one of the workers, he and his stepfather were already packing up their things and were ready to go home when they heard the other workers shouting. They ran outside and found the others happily exclaiming about bags of money they dug from the ground.
The workers had different versions of how much they got, but it was around estimated to be from around Php50,000 to Php300,000.
Another construction worker, Wilfred Asilom, was the first to discover the stash of money under the land they were digging. He estimates that the money is at around Php500,000.
At first, he thought it was play money but the other construction workers would begins shouting after realizing it was for real.
Jayson Necosia, another worker, took a shovel and started digging – and he got around Php100,000,
Then, Wilfred found another plastic bag of money worth around Php10,000.
Workers Split the Money and Shared with Onlookers
The construction workers were excited over the unexpected windfall and made sure to split the money among themselves. They even shared with some of the onlookers who went to the area to check on the news about the money the workers discovered.
But their joy turned to sadness after learning that they can’t use the money. It’s no longer legal tender – most of it is from 1985 to 2017 and has already been demonetized.
PLtCol Jeffrey Laurence Mauricio, PNP Chief of Tandag City most of the cash and urged the construction workers to turn over the money to the police station so it won’t be returned to circulation at unsuspecting stores.
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Wife Feels Premonition Because of Soldier Husband’s Cryptic Message During Video Call
The wife of a soldier who perished in the C-130 plane crash in Sulu shares her feelings of premonition because of her husband’s message during their video call while on the flight.
Husband’s Cryptic Message Goes Viral
Corporal Carlo Dapanas, Jr., was among the 50+ soldiers and civilians who lost their lives during the C-130 plane crash in Patikul town, Sulu in southern Philippines last Sunday, July 4, 2021.
After the horrific event, his wife Mabel Dapanas shared how she felt a strong sense of premonition while she was having a video call with her late husband before the fateful flight.
According to Mabel, her husband kept telling her that he loves her and that he will never forget her or their child.
“Sabi niya mag-ingat diyan sa bahay, mahal daw niya ako. Hindi niya raw ako kalimutan at tsaka ‘yong anak namin. Sign na talaga niya na parang may mangyari sa kanila. Hindi niya matiis na hindi niya ako ma-contact, ma-video call,” the grieving wife recalled.
“Ang sabi niya ‘yong sinakyan na C-130 na airplane may ano raw may problem daw sabi ng asawa ko.”
The video call was abruptly cut off. Mabel tried to contact her husband but his phone couldn’t be reached.
It was hours later that she learned about the crash. Sadly, her husband was among those who lost their lives during the accident.
“Bago siya pumunta ng Sulu, sabi niya magpundar daw siya ng bahay at tsaka ng business sabi niya sa akin para sa kaniyang anak,” she said.
It is so sad that Mabel and her baby lost their head of the family in this manner.
Wath the report here:
What Happened to the C-130 Plane Crash in Sulu?
Authorities are still trying to determine the exact reason why the C-130 plane crashed in Sulu, especially because it was driven by experienced pilots.
Initial reports showed that the plane appears to have overshot the short runway and was trying to gain power when it crashed near the airport.
Ukay Ukay Seller Finds 550k Yen (Php240k) from Wallet Inside Used Jacket
Are you fond of buying ukay ukay stuff? Have found something interesting or valuable inside? Well, one ukay ukay seller found 550k yen (Php240k) inside a wallet with no IDs – and he plans to use the money to expand his business! Wow.
Ukay Ukay Seller Finds Fortune Inside Used Jacket
For many people, particularly in the third world or developing countries, ukay ukay items are a cheap way of getting ‘new’ clothes, bags, shoes, and other items. While there are many items that are old, many are actually like new or would easily look great after washing or cleaning.
And there are some buyers or sellers who were actually lucky enough to find valuables or money inside! Others got hold of rare or limited-edition bags, clothes, and shoes!
In Petaling Jaya in Selangor, Malaysia, 29-year-old ukay ukay seller Wan Mohamad Adam Wan Mohamed bought two bundles of used clothes from a warehouse in Wakaf Baru.
He paid RM50 (Php600) for each bundle.
“I opened the sack of clothes to arrange the items as I plan to sell them as a bundle. I found a black wallet in one of the coats in the sack,” Mohamed explained.
“I was surprised to see so much cash. I counted the amount before taking photos and uploading them onto my Facebook page at 9.20pm yesterday.”
He received various reactions after posting the windfall, with some saying that he should find the owner.
But the wallet didn’t have any IDs or anything that would have identified the owner. Also, since the wallet contained yens, it mostly came from Japan.
Because there seems no way for Mohamed to find the original owner of this wallet, he considered it as a lucky windfall. He plans on using the money to buy more sacks of ukay ukay to sell at his shop.
Where to Buy Ukay Ukay Bundle
Depending on your location, there might be sellers that sell bulk bales of ukay ukay. You can find them on Facebook or online shops such as Shopee and Lazada. Other local ukay ukay sellers also use Alibaba and other warehouse bulk sellers to buy their bundles.