Published: Friday 22 June, 2018

Wallet with P93,000 Returned to OFW Who Lost it at NAIA 7 MONTHS Ago!

When overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Marilyn Vallada lost her wallet at NAIA seven months ago, she lost all hope of getting it back, as well as the P93,000 it contained. Well, she was wrong.

wallet returned OFW

Not all lost items at NAIA are gone for good, an OFW learned.

On Wednesday, Marilyn Vallada, who works as an entertainer in Japan, received a phone call from the staff of NAIA Assistant General Manager Arnulfo Junio. She was told that her wallet was in their possession!

The wallet had been found and turned over to the airport’s Lost and Found section, which eventually found a way to trace Marilyn Vallada through Philippine Airlines, the carrier she used when she went home 7 months ago.

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Vallada recalled how she lost her wallet. Upon arriving at terminal 2 last November, she went to the restroom. Marilyn said she didn’t know that she left her wallet there and only found out it was missing when she arrived home in Nueva Ecija.

She thought then that her P93,000, pesos and yen, was gone for good.

According to Junio, if the wallet was not returned to her, the money would have been forfeited in favor of the national government. But, he added, that they exhaust all means to return all lost and found items to their rightful owners.