Look: Netizen Receives ‘Yes to Mar’ ID With Comelec Photo Without Signing an Application Form

A female netizen claims she received a ‘Yes to Mar’ ID, but she did not request for it. But what surprised her more is that the ID contains her personal information and her photo on it was taken inside the Comelec (Commission on Elections) office 6 years ago. She has been longing waiting for her voter’s ID but still to no avail. Below is her story.

According to a Facebook post by Hera Adriana Cai Consunji this Tuesday, April 26, she received the ‘Yes to Mar’ ID that day even though she has never applied for it. She said it was recently delivered to their house by their Barangay secretary, along with other similar IDs of their neighbors who also did not signed an application form for it.

A self-confessed Duterte supporter, Hera Adriana said she was once an SK (Sangguniang Kabataan) Kagawad and Chairman, and is a registered voter. And because of the ‘anomalous’ ID she received, she is now asking the Comelec to explain this. She also noted that she has totally lost her trust in the present administration.

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Below is the full content of her Facebook post:

Yes to Mar ID Comelec complain

As we all know, the official website of Comelec was recently hacked and the suspected hacker was arrested by the NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) inside his home in Sampaloc, Manila He was identified as Paul Biteng, a fresh graduate of Perpetual Help College in Manila, finishing Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

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Comelec admitted that the hacking of their website has led to the exposure of personal data of over 55 million Filipino voters. Paul Biteng admitted the crime but he denied being involved in the leaked data. This Monday, April 25, the Manila Prosecutors Office has already approved the filing of a criminal case against him.

Manila Chief Inquest Prosecutor Joven Senados said that the suspected hacker will be facing charges for violating Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, which includes. illegal access and use of devices, and data interference. This is based on the evidences found. Nevertheless, Biteng can post a bail for not below P120,000 for each case.

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As of posting, the Department of Justice (DOJ) is now looking for potential problems caused by the leaked data. Meanwhile, the netizen who received the ‘fake Yes to Mar’ ID swears that she is telling the truth, and she did not expose them to ruin any presidentiable, which in this case is LP (Liberal Party) standard bearer Mar Roxas.

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