Php 24,720 remittance lost at LBC; claimed by another person

Since this blog is about sending money or remittance, I feel like I’m obliged to share one of our kababayans’ experience with LBC Express.

Rom Sarmiento Son (his profile name on Facebook) posted his remittance experience with LBC on his Facebook timeline on August 11, 2016.

According to his post, he went to LBC Express Robinsons Novaliches branch on August 1, 2016 to send money to his sister in Las Pinas. The amount was Php 24,720, and that money was intended for his sister and cousin’s tuition fees.

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How to Maximize your Earnings as a Freelancer with Payoneer

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E-commerce industries continue to grow each day and they use online payment transactions through e-payment systems.

As a Filipino freelance writer, I wanted to reward myself with ease in mind whenever I receive payments from my US clients.

At least this is one worry crossed out from my list and can focus in my writing, meeting client’s requirement and deadline.

 

Payoneer provides more Philippine Pesos from my US Payout

Let me briefly explain why I consider Payoneer as the best among other cross border payment providers.

Compared with Paypal and US banks, Payoneer had waived its 2% fee based on my volume of payments received.

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My Mom applies for SSS Loan Restructuring Program / SSS Condonation

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After my mother-in-law heard about the SSS Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) that’s being offered to SSS members with past due loans, she asked me if I could accompany her to the SSS branch to apply for it.

We prepared the documents needed for SSS Loan Restructuring Program including:

I downloaded the application form and Affidavit of Residency from the SSS website and printed it. Then we went to the nearest notary public office to have the affidavit of residency notarized. We paid Php 100 for it. (Amount may vary depending on where you have it notarized).

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Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties for Sale – August 2016

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The list of Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties for August 2016 bidding is already available.

If you missed the public auctions last month, this is your chance to check out the available foreclosed properties with Pag-IBIG this month.

For NCR, a total of 956 Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties are available WITH Discount, and a total of 1,052 foreclosed properties with NO Discount.

Below is the schedule of Public Auctions and number of available foreclosed properties in NCR, which will be held at the 7th Flr. JELP Business Solutions Center, 409 Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City.

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How Bloggers receive Google AdSense Payment via Western Union

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Are you wondering how bloggers earn dollars and how they receive their blog’s earnings?

While it’s true that Filipinos who work abroad, particularly in the States earn US dollars, it’s also possible for Filipinos to earn $$$ without having to go to the United States of America.

Yes, you read it right!

You can earn dollars, even if you’re in the Philippines.

Does that sound like a scam?

Well, not really…

In fact, there are already a lot of Filipinos in the Philippines, who are earning lots and lots of dollars by blogging.

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How to Apply for the NEW Postal ID (Premium) – July 2016

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Are you a fresh grad wanting to have a valid ID for your job application requirements?

Are you a newly married woman, who want to have a valid ID with your married name on it?

Or are you trying to claim something and you need another valid ID in order to do that?

Whatever your reason may be, applying for a Postal ID can be the easiest and fastest solution for you to have a new valid ID.

What is Postal ID

A Postal ID is a government-issued ID that verifies the identity and address of a person. It can also be used to apply for other government IDs and gives access to a range of public services. The postal ID card is a primary form of identification for many Filipinos.

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