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Jun 20, 2013
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Attention: Ladies!

It has come to our knowledge that a certain Audrey Gonzales / Gonzales Auds (who, according to her Facebook page, is an FHM model and the Editor-in-Chief of Maxim; believe us, she is neither) has been recruiting women on Facebook to join a supposed screening for model participants in the upcoming FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World Victory Party on July 10, 2013 at the World Trade Center.

She allegedly requires her victims to send eight bikini pictures and eight topless photos as a requirement before attending a bogus go-see at Resorts World Manila. She even promises a talent fee ranging from P10,000 to P30,000 for those who will pass the screening. Quite generous of you ma’am, huh?   

FHM Philippines and our mother company, Summit Media, would like to clarify that we are not in any way associated with or know any talent recruiter/manager named Audrey Gonzales. Any transactions done with her are not authorized by FHM Philippines and/or Summit Media.

Although we are indeed currently conducting go-sees for the FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World Victory Party, FHM Philippines has authorized coordinators responsible for casting the models/talents. These official coordinators talk to the models, or their managers, directly and not through social media, like Facebook. Official go-sees are also always held on Summit Media premises. We also don’t require them to submit any kind of photo prior to the screening or go-see.

We remind everyone (the FHM Nation, the models and their followers) to stay vigilant, especially with transactions done online.

If you have encountered the same incident, or was contacted by someone concerning the FHM Victory Party whom you think is a bit shady, please don’t hesitate to contact us by leaving us a message at our official Facebook page, FHM Philippines, or email us at fhm@summitmedia.com.ph. You can also phone us at (02)451-8888 local 1038.

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