William Go files complaint against Deguito, Torres for falsification of documents

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — William So Go, the businessman linked to the $81 million money laundering heist, filed a criminal complaint at the Makati Prosecutors Office on Friday (March 18) against Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) branch manager Maia Santos-Deguito and senior customer service relations officer Angela Torres for falsification of commercial documents.

In his complaint, Go alleged that Deguito and Torres falsified his signature on the withdrawal slip to release the P20 million from the account under his name.

Go also attached as evidence his signature specimen for his RCBC corporate account in the Trinoma branch, which he maintains is his only account in the aforementioned bank.

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He even signed several times in front of the media to show the difference between his signature and the supposed forged signature.

"Ito yung tunay na pirma ko, ito yung peke na pirma nila, ito pirma ni Maia Deguito, inapprove withdrawal na 20 million," Go, comparing the signatures, said.

[Translation: This is my true signature, this is the fake signature they used. This is the signature written by Maia Deguito, who approved the P20 million withdrawal.]

He said the document will speak for itself to show who is telling the truth.

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"So ito maliwanag, the docs will speak for itself, that's a proof [sic] na talagang sinungaling talaga tong babaeng 'to," Go said.

[Translation: This is clear, the docs will speak for itself, that's proof that she is a liar.]