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Jul 22, 2017 @ 13:10

High profile: Rogue Metrobank VP also owns a premier salon?


It looks like she has been living a luxurious life prior to the discovery of this multimillion-peso fraud.

Maria Victoria “Marivic” Sta. Ana-Lopez, vice president and relationship manager at Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (Metrobank), has been living a comfortable life with her 30 years in the industry and with a paycheck at P250,000 a month.

Apart from her corporate job, Lopez has been grooming a boutique salon on the side, Bilyonaryo has learned. The upscale Menage Premier Salon runs five branches in posh communities and malls around Metro Manila, according to its official website.

The same photo is seen in a Facebook account under the name Marivic Sta Ana-Lopez, but has been deactivated after the National Bureau of Investigation presented Lopez to the public on Friday, July 21, although her face was hidden beneath a silken scarf.

She may be easily raking in six digits or more with her bank salary and a business on the side, so why would she possibly think of embezzling Metrobank funds into her pockets? You decide.

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  • Roland Compañia Moreno

    The saying “man is insatiable” proves to be true. As man begins to acquire little from the start, he longs for more later in time until he becomes enslaved by materialism. That’s what happen to this lady bank executive in the private sector. In the public sector (government) it’s even worse!

  • johnmiguel

    She gave in to the mentality of materialism, “More is better and better is more”.

  • johnmiguel

    It’s difficult to believe that she did this on her own.

    • Danilo de Dios

      She needed help to carry her loot!

  • baddu


    • Bobby Baizas

      Prove it. Wag dakdak.

    • nbi agent

      baddu kamaganaK NI LOPEZ !

  • “Fredo Corleone” Trump Jr

    as always GREED is the word, then “follow the money”. in other words, her business is hemorrhaging and the only way to keep afloat is to steal and steal pa more.

  • Alvin Vicente

    Yan ang klase ng gma emplyeado na palaging nag-iisip na deserve nila mas malaki pang sahod. Iniisip nila eh sila nmaan nagtatrabaho eh bakit ang may-ari ang kumikita ng malaki kaya dapat malaki din makuha nila. Mga inggitiro yan mga ganyan.

  • Samuel Solomon

    Countrymen, the evil of desire has sunk into this lady. Even you is not exempted unless your mind is sanitized already by The Word. Today’s controversial news is no longer a news. It becomes a culture of vultures sitting there in the bank. In short, what is new? Tsk Tsk, many news to come. Watch out.

  • Chito Aquilizan

    The only answer to that is: GREED!

  • Phoebe Kate Isidro

    If it’s true this is what you call pure greed and materialism, Me i can live without money in a day kahit sardines in a week wag lang ako gagawa ng masama…what can we earn if you loose our dignity, you can’t even look in the eye of your friends bec. of this.

  • Pig Farmer

    many people steal a Small amount & it is Successful then they continue INCREASING The Load, it is CALLED GREED.

  • Romel Yao

    Every man is a sinner.

    Like the forbidden fruit in the garden, everybody takes a bite, and a subtle voice at the back saying, “you will not die. you will be like God.”

    But God’s mercy is bountiful and fathomless. Hope she realizes her mistake and like the repentant thief on the cross, calls to God.

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