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Friday, December 15, 2017

Former OFW Recalled Her Hardships Abroad, Said She Was Despised By A Colleague


Not all Overseas Filipino Workers find their luck in working abroad. There are some OFWs who succeeded and made their lives better but no for many OFWs who had been maltreated and abused.  the common thing about the Filipinos why they want to work abroad is that they want to find greener pastures to support their family and to give them a better future.   about a big chunk of OFWs come to the Middle East, particularly in Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia where reports of abuse are rampant. Being in an unfamiliar territory with people with strange culture is already a burden that could put you in shock, how much more if your fellow Filipino, whom you expect to help you are the ones who would never even think twice on despising you?  Sponsored Links  That's what actually happens to some OFWs in many parts of the world. It may not happened to you but it happens to many.    Cindy Tabucol, 36, married with 3 kids, was a former OFW in Kuwait. The first three months of her work was fine until her colleague, a Filipina went for vacation. That's when she noticed that her employer was acting odd towards her. In many instances, she had been quickly get angry with her. Cindy experienced being slapped and spitted on. Until such time that she couldn't take it anymore, she told it to her husband and he went to POEA to complain about her wife's working condition. Cindy has been repatriated and now in the company of her beloved family.  She may not found her fortune abroad but she got it one day when a long running noontime show hosts visited their place in Pandacan , Manila. Her cash winnings may not be huge but it will be enough for her family to start a new business that may ensure a better future for her family.   Advertisement  Read More:                 ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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Not all Overseas Filipino Workers find their luck in working abroad. There are some OFWs who succeeded and made their lives better but no for many OFWs who had been maltreated and abused.
the common thing about the Filipinos why they want to work abroad is that they want to find greener pastures to support their family and to give them a better future. 
about a big chunk of OFWs come to the Middle East, particularly in Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia where reports of abuse are rampant. Being in an unfamiliar territory with people with strange culture is already a burden that could put you in shock, how much more if your fellow Filipino, whom you expect to help you are the ones who would never even think twice on despising you?

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That's what actually happens to some OFWs in many parts of the world. It may not happened to you but it happens to many.

Cindy Tabucol, 36, married with 3 kids, was a former OFW in Kuwait. The first three months of her work was fine until her colleague, a Filipina went for vacation. That's when she noticed that her employer was acting odd towards her. In many instances, she had been quickly get angry with her. She taught that maybe her colleague was telling something bad to their sponsor about her. Cindy experienced being slapped and spitted on by her employer. Until such time that she couldn't take it anymore, she told it to her husband and he went to POEA to complain about her wife's working condition. Cindy has been repatriated and now in the company of her beloved family.
She may not found her fortune abroad but she got it one day when a long running noontime show hosts visited their place in Pandacan , Manila. Her cash winnings may not be huge but it will be enough for her family to start a new business that may ensure a better future for her family.
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