As the 2016 election day is going nearer, more controversies and black propaganda are being thrown to the leading presidential candidate Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and the latest is the alleged Php 2.4B money of the Mayor with BPI who was exposed by Senator Trillanes.

An Open Letter to all 'BPI Depositors' by Dr. Nol Montalbo

And because of this issues, most BPI depositors has treaten to close their banks for they have lose their trust on them. Here's an open letter to all bank depositors coming from one of the solid supporters of Mayor Duterte and known as the owner of the #MontAlbo Dr. Nol Albo.

Open Letter by Dr. Nol Montalbo

'BPI Depositors'

Naku isasarado na daw nila ang kanilang #BPI accounts. Ang tanong, may BPI accounts bang isasara? Ang sunod na tanong, may laman ba ang accounts? Kung simot ang atm ay huwag na po mag abala magsara ng account. (Oh my, they are going to close their #BPI Acccunts. The question is, are there any BPI Accounts to close? Second question, are those accounts have deposits? If those accounts has nothing left to withdraw, let us not bother to close the account anymore.)

At kung may account man kayo at may lamang limpak limpak na salapi, huwag na po kayo mag abala sa pagpila para lang i-withdraw lahat ng laman. Sayang ang history nyo sa banko. Baka mamaya matiktikan pa kayo ng kawatan at sa huli, kayo pa ang mawalan. (And if you guys have an account with so much money in it, don't bother to line up and waste your time just to withdraw all of your  money. Your bank history will be wasted. You might also get notice by buglars and at the end you may lose everything.)

Dear #Duterte supporters, kalma lang po. Huwag naman OA. Kusa pong naglalabasan ang black propaganda during the campaign season. Trusted ko ang BPI when in comes to security, products, loans and customer service. (Dear #Duterte supporters, relax guys. Don't over react. During campaign season Black Propaganda's are always there. I've been trusting BPI when it comes to security, products, loans and customer service.)

Kung gusto nyo gumanti, huwag sa banko. Sa balota kayo gumanti on May 9. ?????????? (If you want revenge, not in the bank. Write it down on the ballot this coming May 9.)


On the other hand, Jose Teodoro Limcaoco, the managing director and chief financial officer of Ayala Corporation, a corporation owns the Bank of the Philippines (BPI).

Limcaoco released his statement on Rappler. As what you can see on the screengrab image below.
'BPI speaks up on DUTERTE controversy.'

"Our internal investigation reveals that there has been no such breach,

"I don't know where Sen. Trillanes got his information, but the graphic posted by the [Philippine Daily] Inquirer showing alleged credits, that is not a BPI document,

The deposit slip shown by Mar or the Inquirer is not a unique thing. All banks will show the name of the depositor on a deposit slip,"

"We are committed to protecting client information and preserving the trust bestowed on us by our clients all these years."

(Read Here: An Open Letter to 'TV News Editors' by Atty. Bruce Rivera)

(Read Here: An Open Letter to Sen. Trillanes 'PURE EVIL' by Atty. Bruce Rivera)

(Read Here: Veteran action star shares 'open letter' created by a netizen)

(Read Here: Open Letter: Dissecting How a Duterte Supporter Thinks)

What do you think on Dr. Montalbo's open letter? Share your thoughts below.

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