RIYADH: The Philippine Embassy has warned overseas Filipino workers in the Eastern Province against dealing with individuals who offer to help them during consular outreach programs for a fee.
“The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh reminds the public to transact only with officials of the mission and its attached agencies,” Ambassador Ezzedin H. Tago told Arab News on Friday.
He urged all Filipinos to exercise caution when dealing with individuals claiming to be embassy officials.
Tago clarified that the following individuals are neither embassy employees nor are they are attached to any official agencies: Lucy Grace Paala (0580842831), Benedict Dayag, and Cedrick Fernandez.
“According to a complaint, these individuals allegedly asked for money to facilitate passport services and assist in repatriation with regard to employment problems,” he said.