7 Jul – Kris Bernal recently revealed that her previous issue with fake Grab Food deliveries has been resolved.
On 6 July, the actress took to Instagram to share the updates on her situation, writing, "I just want to commend GRAB PH, for how they handled the incident. Just a few minutes after my posts, Grab has gotten in touch with me and has urgently conducted an investigation into the fraud delivery bookings. They checked in on the delivery partners and ensured that they were compensated for this incident."
"The riders were not charged but instead were reimbursed. Grab has already blocked the number. So far, no more fake Grab bookings. Though, two fake bookings (No longer from Grab) by the same culprit came last Sunday."
It was back on 4 July that Kris went on social media to reveal that she has been a victim of a prank by someone who decided to make a total of 23 food orders to be sent to her house.
She expressed, "I have no idea who did this and I can't remember any incident that triggered this to happen. All I know is I didn't do anything wrong to someone for me to deserve this kind of treatment. What saddens me the most is I'm not the only one affected in this situation but also the Grab drivers who were victims of the fake deliveries."
"I really hope that there was even a bit of sympathy to the riders. They are the main victims here. I hope the person who did this will feel a bit of conscience," Kris added.
The actress also shared the number of the person who made the orders - a person who used the name Jen Jen Manalo. However, Kris expressed scepticism as to whether the culprit would be arrested.
(Photo Source: Kris Bernal Instagram)