Text Message SCAMS : Report Them to NTC One Stop Public Assistance Center

TechPinas Public Service Post (TP PSP):

WARNING! Don't believe in text messages asking for load, money, bank account details and other
personal information. These messages are most likely scams.

text message scams

If you recently received a suspicious text message, immediately report it to National Telecommunications Commission's One Stop Public Assistance Center (NTC OSPAC) via landline number (02) 9213251 or (02) 9267722.

FYI: You can verify the legitimacy of a text promo and its corresponding DTI permit number via DTI-NCR Official Website. You may also give DTI a ring via landline number (02) 7513330.