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Monday, September 18, 2017

OWWA Warns The OFWS, Beware Of Fake News!


The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) issued a warning against a social media post containing wrong information about a non-existent "program" that allegedly allowing OFWs and their families to claim a sum of P20,000. OWWA clarifies that there all programs and services for the OFWs are only given after thorough checking of the credentials of OFWs and their families. Only the official forms from OWWA website and their 17 Regionl Welfare Offices (RWOs) are accepted and honored by the agencies. Morever, the information being shared by a certain social media user is fake and non-existent. To avoid being victimized by such fraud, the public is advised to refer only to the official OWWA sites and offices.   Sponsored Links For authentic information regarding OWWA services and programs, you may reach them  at OWWA website (www.owwa.gov.ph), official telephone numbers, (0917) 898-6992/ (+632) 551-1560/ (+632) 551-6641, and their official OWWA Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/OWWAofficial/).  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) issued a warning against a social media post containing wrong information about a non-existent "program" that allegedly allowing OFWs and their families to claim a sum of P20,000. OWWA clarifies that there all programs and services for the OFWs are only given after thorough checking of the credentials of OFWs and their families. Only the official forms from OWWA website and their 17 Regionl Welfare Offices (RWOs) are accepted and honored by the agencies. Morever, the information being shared by a certain social media user is fake and non-existent. To avoid being victimized by such fraud, the public is advised to refer only to the official OWWA sites and offices.   Sponsored Links For authentic information regarding OWWA services and programs, you may reach them  at OWWA website (www.owwa.gov.ph), official telephone numbers, (0917) 898-6992/ (+632) 551-1560/ (+632) 551-6641, and their official OWWA Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/OWWAofficial/).  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) issued a warning against a social media post containing wrong information about a non-existent "program" that allegedly allowing OFWs and their families to claim a sum of P20,000.
OWWA clarifies that there all programs and services for the OFWs are only given after thorough checking of the credentials of OFWs and their families. Only the official forms from OWWA website and their 17 Regionl Welfare Offices (RWOs) are accepted and honored by the agencies.
Morever, the information being shared by a certain social media user is fake and non-existent.
To avoid being victimized by such fraud, the public is advised to refer only to the official OWWA sites and offices.
The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) issued a warning against a social media post containing wrong information about a non-existent "program" that allegedly allowing OFWs and their families to claim a sum of P20,000. OWWA clarifies that there all programs and services for the OFWs are only given after thorough checking of the credentials of OFWs and their families. Only the official forms from OWWA website and their 17 Regionl Welfare Offices (RWOs) are accepted and honored by the agencies. Morever, the information being shared by a certain social media user is fake and non-existent. To avoid being victimized by such fraud, the public is advised to refer only to the official OWWA sites and offices.   Sponsored Links For authentic information regarding OWWA services and programs, you may reach them  at OWWA website (www.owwa.gov.ph), official telephone numbers, (0917) 898-6992/ (+632) 551-1560/ (+632) 551-6641, and their official OWWA Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/OWWAofficial/).  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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For authentic information regarding OWWA services and programs, you may reach them  at OWWA website (www.owwa.gov.ph), official telephone numbers, (0917) 898-6992/ (+632) 551-1560/ (+632) 551-6641, and their official OWWA Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/OWWAofficial/).
The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) issued a warning against a social media post containing wrong information about a non-existent "program" that allegedly allowing OFWs and their families to claim a sum of P20,000. OWWA clarifies that there all programs and services for the OFWs are only given after thorough checking of the credentials of OFWs and their families. Only the official forms from OWWA website and their 17 Regionl Welfare Offices (RWOs) are accepted and honored by the agencies. Morever, the information being shared by a certain social media user is fake and non-existent. To avoid being victimized by such fraud, the public is advised to refer only to the official OWWA sites and offices.   Sponsored Links For authentic information regarding OWWA services and programs, you may reach them  at OWWA website (www.owwa.gov.ph), official telephone numbers, (0917) 898-6992/ (+632) 551-1560/ (+632) 551-6641, and their official OWWA Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/OWWAofficial/).  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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