Mach Cadavos only wanted to treat his severe acne problems but his photos ended up in a Networking Facebook page to promote their products.
This man, Mach Cadavos, did not want to become the face of AIM Global Network — he was tricked!
Mach Cadavos says images of his before and after selfie photos were posted on the social media site of AIM Global Network without his consent and are being used to promote their products, according to media source.
Cadavos stated that he used a different soap to treat his acne problems and not a product from AIM Global believing that these photos are just selling false or exaggerated promises about their products.
Meanwhile, the National Bureau of Investigation’s (NBI) Cybercrime Division said the company’s alleged use of the photos is a violation of the Anti-Cybercrime Law. The uploading and use of Cadavos’ photos for commercial purposes without his knowledge entails civil liability, says Victor Lorenzo, NBI Cybercrime Division’s executive officer.
Lorenzo explained that the company has violated the Consumer Act of the Philippines since there is no truth or basis to their claims regarding the product.
In an article published by The Daily Pedia, Cadavos has already filed a complaint against the network marketing company.
AIM Global Network has yet to release an official statement on this matter but some members of the company are claiming that the Facebook page which used Cadavos’ photos is not the AIM Global Network’s official page.