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  1. #1

    Bakit marami pa ding nabibiktima ng Budol-Budol (Hypnotize Gang)?

    May kapitbahay kaming nadale ng budol-budol nung isang araw. Kinausap lang daw siya habang naghihintay ng bus, pero makalipas ng ilang minutong pag-uusap eh binigay daw niya yung celpon niya. Hindi naman daw siya tinakot. Parang na-hypnotize daw siya.

    Meron din sa telepono. Hanggang ngayon eh meron pa ding kumakagat dun sa modus-operandi na kunwari naaksidente yung kamag-anak mo at inuutusan kang mag-withdraw ng pera at makipagkita kung saan.

    Bakit ba madami pa ding pumapatol dito sa ganitong scam?

  2. #2
    Madami pa rin kaseng aanga-anga e.





    Don't talk to strangers, especially if they look strange

  3. #3
    yung tawag sa telepono, minsan ka-engotan din yon eh.

  4. #4
    Aanga-anga na, swapang pa

    kaya ang budol-budol gang successful pa rin sila kasi they feel morally justified with what they are doing. They feel na ang mga biktima nila eh greedy individuals na gusto ring makalamang ng kapwa.

    Kung biktima ka ng budol-budol gang, magandang i-sekreto mo na lang dahil lalabas ka pang swapang.

    Serves you right.

    M.O. FYI:

    Budol-budol gang:
    - they trick you into exchanging something of value from you (cellphone/jewelry) to something of no value from them (bundles of fake cash). Greedy individual blocks out everything (reason/caution/common sense) in anticipation of a huge windfall hence the belief that they are hypnotized. They are actualy hypnotized by their own greed.

    Dugo-dugo gang:
    - somebody calls somebody from your household, usually a naive maid or young relative and tricks them into bringing valuables on the premise that you met an accident and need money for hospital deposit immediately.
    - entirely different from Budol-Budol gang and more sinister.

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    I agree, kaengotan and ka swapangan ang dahilan


    hypnotize my ***...walang hypnotize na nangyayari sinasabi lang ng mga victims to justify yun stupidity nila.

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    Topic namin ito kahapon while Drinking.

    Ang nasabi ko lang "Mga eng-eng lang ang nabubudol"
    Last edited by Vit@min_C; Nov 8, 2011 at 11:09 AM.

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    Hindi kasi mauubos sa mundo ang mga taong madaling mauto ... there's one born every minute....

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    gatorade me, b!tch Vit@min_C's Avatar
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    Nagreact yung isa kong kasama nung sinabi kong "eng-eng" lang ang nabubudol.

    Kasi daw yung classmate nyang Engineer na budol daw kama-kailan lang.

  10. #9
    Ang alam ko sa mga nahy-hypnotize, wala silang maalala sa mga nangyari so paano nila nalamang na-hypnotize sila?

    Parang Star Wars lang yan,

    ..the force can have strong influence on the weak-minded.

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    honestly, ngayon ko lang na nalaman na may kapalit pa lang cash (na fake pala) ang mga ibinibigay ng mga nabiktima. Usually, kapag nagkwento sila ay hindi naman nila nababanggit yun.

    Pede ring dahil sa matinding pangangailangan kaya hindi na sila nakakapagrationalize. Kaya hindi irn natin masasabi na pure greed at stupidity lang ang lahat.

  12. #11
    alam ko yung budol-budol, bundle of cut newspapers yung laman ng palayok, the victims are made to believe that it is filled with real money, and they can only remove the covering cloth once they're home, or else it will turn into newspaper.
    somehow may kasama ring katangahan

  13. #12
    yung budol-budol yung may magtatanong or ikekwento sayong isang scenario tapos makikipagpalit muna daw sila sayo (either sa gadget mo or wallet mo) sa hawak nilang pera (newspaper na may cover na real money)

    syempre maiisip nung biktima lugi sila kasi akala nya malaking halaga pinalit sa kanya kaya papayag naman sya

    tama yung ibang nagpost.. engot + swapang lang nabibiktima nito

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chamboo View Post
    Pede ring dahil sa matinding pangangailangan kaya hindi na sila nakakapagrationalize. Kaya hindi irn natin masasabi na pure greed at stupidity lang ang lahat.
    Pwede rin nating sabihin na dahil sa matinding pangangailangan kaya nangdudugas ang mga budol-budol gang.

  15. #14
    Papa papi.. Can you hypnotize me and take advantage of me? ayyyy

    Wag mo lang akong jombagin papi.. Hehe

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    maski saang angulo mo ito tingnan, greed nothing else.

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    I don't think it has anything with hypnotism. Hypnotism takes a very very long time to produce with extreme focus.

    I think a lot of people are just gullible and then blames being trick to mind games.

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    Na hypnotize sila nung akala nilang pera.

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    Madami pa rin kaseng aanga-anga e.





    Don't talk to strangers, especially if they look strange
    based on observation alone..talagang maraming engot..at madali maniwala sa tsismis..hehehe..

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    Teka lang... diba aswang ka?
    Manananggal Clocks, kokoment ka lang mali pa. And your point is?

    At ikaw ang idol mo ipinapatay ni aguinaldo. Tulad mo ring ring galit na galit sa China, patay kung patay laban na agad wala ng satsat. Parang hero mo na laban ng laban. Yun patay sya pero ang bayan natin sa mga dayuhan pa rin. I rather be like Ghandi, di sya namatay sa paglaban sa briton. but nakuha nya ang kalayaan nila sa mga ito gamit ang isip at di ang bobong baayag. Sorry OT

    Tama si Papi, nahypnotize ng akala nila pera, sa paniniwalang makakagulang sila.

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    And the funny thing about this is that this is such an old modus operandi. You must have been living under a rock or born yesterday if you haven't heard about this MO.

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