MANILA - BPI said on Tuesday that it is looking into the "faceless" bills that were allegedly withdrawn by a woman from one of its ATMs on Monday.
A netizen on December 25 posted two photos on Facebook of four alleged P100 bills that she claimed she withdrew from a BPI ATM.
The woman, who went by the name Earla Anne Yehey, even tagged BPI and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas in her post.
As of publishing time, her post has been shared more than 22,000 times and gathered more than 27,000 reactions on Facebook.
In a statement, BPI said it is now probing the incident.
"We are already investigating the matter and currently validating the concerns of Ms. Earla Anne. We will provide updates once available, " said Owen Cammayo, BPI head of corporate affairs and communications.