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DBM warns public against an alleged Pangandaman copycat

By: - Reporter / @JMangaluzINQ
/ 11:32 AM October 05, 2023

BUDGET INCREASE FOR FY 2024: Budget and Management Sec. Amenah Pangandaman enumerates the highlights of the proposed FY 2024 National Expenditure Program during the briefing of the Development Budget Coordination Committee (DBCC) Tuesday, August 15, 2023. For FY 2024, Pangandaman said the proposed national budget is P5.768 trillion which is 9.5 percent higher than the P5.268 trillion budget for 2023. (Joseph Vidal/Senate PRIB)

Department of Budget and Management Secretary Amenah Pangandaman (File photo by Joseph Vidal/Senate PRIB)

MANILA, Philippines — A person or a group has been reportedly posing as Budget Secretary Amenah Pangandaman on the email.

Department of Budget and Management (DBM) on Thursday cautioned the people on this alleged hoax.


“This is to warn the public against transacting with individuals and groups posing as Department of Budget and Management Secretary Amenah F. Pangandaman, using the email: [email protected] or any other email,” said DBM in a statement.


The department said Pangandaman will never use an email address that is not secure and unverified.

“We have alerted, and are seriously coordinating with pertinent authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into illegal activities,” said DBM.

“We shall exert all efforts, within the fullest extent of the law, to identify, apprehend, and file the appropriate charges against these deceitful individuals and groups,” it added.

DBM urged the public to report any fake transactions to its hotline: (02) 8657-3300.


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