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sonjack2847

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  1. Somebody on here said they paid paypal and he had no refund when he didn`t receive the goods. I have just come across this on FB so this is one to watch out for. We have had a report of crime where a victim has bought items from an online buying and selling page and made payment through PayPal. As the victim had been in regular friendly contact with the suspect, when they were asked to tick the ‘friends and family’ box on PayPal (to avoid fees for the vendor) they didn’t hesitate to do so. In doing this the seller was telling PayPal that they trusted the vendor. When the items purchased did not appear the vendor also disappeared. They contacted PayPal who said that they were not covered as they had ticked this box. Always click the Paying for an item or service button unless you really do know and trust the person you are buying from as PayPal will not reimburse you. This notice was issued by Whiltshire police.
  2. I cannot compare the UK as I have not been there in a long time, I rarely read uk news.
  3. Selfishness is what I find drives a lot of the people here it`s all about me. But the 2 in the original post by JP should have known better.
  4. I had the same experience when my card got blocked I had to go to the branch where the card was issued. Apart from that very happy with PNB.
  5. I have heard other people talking who have had this said to them and they continued staying here with no problem.
  6. Manners are lacking with most people here, it`s all about the self and stuff everybody else.
  7. I just had a text message that they will be delivered today, so that email must have been a blanket one sent to all customers regardless. Oh well softer walking from now on for my tired feet.
  8. I would go and see the mayor and if that does not work then I would call 8888 and report it to the DU30 hotline. This is what I have heard a lot of people do when they get no answers from local government utilities. Another alternative is the utilities commission or DTI.
  9. Yes AK that`s what I thought but they say the liners are dangerous. Just saw on the news that flights have resumed from Hong Kong.
  10. The bad thing about it was that they were only paid 100 pesos per day anyway.
  11. I ordered some shoe liners/foot pads from Lazada and now the delivery date has been changed. Please be advised that some of your item(s) under Order No. has been reshipped due to airline restrictions. Orders of high capacity powered items (i.e. battery bank) and items with liquid content (i.e. perfume, ink cartridges) will be shipped via sea. In line with this, the estimated delivery lead time of the item/s may be adjusted. Please allow our logistic partner to deliver your order within additional 15 days on top of the maximum delivery time. Watch out for them shoe liners they must be dangerous, must be odour eaters.
  12. There was a bar in Dalaguete where the owners kept 100% of the tips. So we started giving the servers it ourselves.
  13. Well they didn`t listen as they still drive like fools. The people who will be most adverse to the changes are probably the poorer ones up the mountain.
  14. I think when this happens they will have to up their game, sadly I doubt it. REAKING: Duterte signs service charge bill By: Neil Arwin Mercado - Reporter / @NAMercadoINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:47 PM August 13, 2019 MANILA, Philippines —President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a bill that would allow workers in hotels, restaurants and other related establishments to receive 100 percent of the service charge collected from customers Under Republic Act No. 11360, which was signed August 7, all rank-and-file and supervisory employees should receive 100 percent of the service charge collected. ADVERTISEMENT The law amends the Article 96 of the Labor Code of the Philippines, which states that the employees are only entitled to 85 percent of the service charge in hotels, restaurants and similar establishments. READ: Bicam panel OKs giving 100 percent service tip to workers Those who are classified as managers or those “who lay down and execute management policies or to effectively recommend such managerial actions” are not included among those who will receive share in the service charge. Senator Joel Villanueva, who chairs the Senate committee on labor, said that with the signing of the law, the government put an end to the 40-year struggle of hospitality workers. “Sa wakas, natapos na rin po natin ang laban ng ating mga manggagawa sa services sector na matagal nang hinihiling ang buong pagbabahagi ng service charge sa mga nagbibigay ng serbisyo sa mga restaurant, hotel, at mga katulad na establisyimento,” Villanueva said in a statement. Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1153397/breaking-duterte-signs-service-charge-bill#ixzz5wX21Pq7P Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook
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