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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

DOES YOUR ATM IN THE PHILIPPINES HAS EMV CHIP OR THOSE WITH MAGNETIC STRIP? YOU NEED TO KNOW.

EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan. According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme. "Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added. As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it. BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.   The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.    Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.  Read the details here:    Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes. They are absolutely false! These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.                   Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017.  As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.   Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it.



EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan.
According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme.
"Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added.
As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it.
BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.



The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.



Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.




Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes.
They are absolutely false!
These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.

EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan. According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme. "Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added. As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it. BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.   The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.    Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.  Read the details here:    Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes. They are absolutely false! These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.                   Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017.  As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.   Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it.


EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan. According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme. "Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added. As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it. BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.   The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.    Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.  Read the details here:    Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes. They are absolutely false! These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.                   Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017.  As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.   Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it.


EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan. According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme. "Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added. As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it. BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.   The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.    Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.  Read the details here:    Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes. They are absolutely false! These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.                   Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017.  As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.   Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it.



EMV cards is said to be more secured compared to the magnetic strips that are widely used in ATM cards and some credit cards. ATM card scheming and card fraud has long been a problem for banks and cardholders. To get rid of it, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas , in 2013, has issued a directive to the banks in the Philippines to replace the magnetic strips on the ATM and credit cards they are issuing with EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) chips, which is  according to the Head of BSP Core IT Specialist Group, Melchor Plabasan. According to Mr. Plabasan, the EMV chip embedded in the card is more secured and is, according to him, virtually impossible to be copied or scheme. "Every time the chip is used in the (ATM) terminal, it automatically sends a dynamic code," Plabasan added. As of this report, the banks are in a huge backlog about the BSP deadline. Out of 8.5 million credit cards and 76 million ATM debit and prepaid cards that has to be replaced, they only made replacement on roughly 50%  of it. BSP said that the public can still use the old cards with magnetic strips and there is no need to panic about the January 1, 2017 deadline. However, most of the ATM machines or terminals are already been upgraded to accommodate cards bearing EMV chips in it and no longer accept cards with magnetic strips.   The BSP has issued a warning to the banks who are still not being able to replace the cards with EMV embedded cards, should any fraud or scheming arise and there had been an unauthorized transaction, the bank will be held accountable and pay the lost or damages if the client submits a proper report.    Meanwhile, the BSP is reminding all old notes holder that the  old bank notes has already been demonetized since Dec. 31, 2016. But the OFWs who are not in the country can still be exchanged until 2017 but they need to be  registered online.  Read the details here:    Some hearsay about demonetization and the new bank notes. They are absolutely false! These hearsay has been falsified by  BSP Regional Director Leonides Sumbi.                   Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017.  As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.   Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it.



Only the new design series paper bills issued since 1985 until 2010 will not be accepted by January 1, 2017. 
As long as the paper bill is a new generation cureency series, the one that was released since December 2010, the signature of the previous or current President should not matter.


Although BSP has ordered banks to replace ATM cards with EMV chip, this doesn't mean that ATM cards with magnetic strip will not be accepted anymore starting January 1, 2017 although some ATM terminals might not accept it like the cases mentioned in the GMA 7 report.

©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Thursday, December 15, 2016

NEW 100 PESO BILL BEARING THE SIGNATURE OF PRESIDENT DUTERTE TO BE RELEASED SOON--- BANGKO SENTRAL

The new P100 bill will be out very soon according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.  The new  one hundred peso bill will bear the signature of President Rodrigo Duterte. According to Deputy Director of BSP, Grace Malic, they are anticipating high public interest on the upcoming new bank note. "They do not need to rush because sooner or later there will be more bills that has President Duterte's signature that they can acquire, " she said. Meanwhile, the BSP is calling on the OFWs to  register their old bank notes , if ever they are keeping any of it. The Old notes will be demonetized after Dec 1, 2016. To register your bank notes that needed to be replaced , you can go to https://orbs.bsp.gov.ph/ORBS/.

The new P100 bill will be out very soon according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
The new  one hundred peso bill will bear the signature of President Rodrigo Duterte.
According to Deputy Director of BSP, Grace Malic, they are anticipating high public interest on the upcoming new bank note. "They do not need to rush because sooner or later there will be more bills that has President Duterte's signature that they can acquire, " she said.
Meanwhile, the BSP is calling on the OFWs to  register their old bank notes , if ever they are keeping any of it.
The Old notes will be demonetized after Dec 1, 2016.
To register your bank notes that needed to be replaced , you can go to https://orbs.bsp.gov.ph/ORBS/.
The new P100 bill will be out very soon according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.  The new  one hundred peso bill will bear the signature of President Rodrigo Duterte. According to Deputy Director of BSP, Grace Malic, they are anticipating high public interest on the upcoming new bank note. "They do not need to rush because sooner or later there will be more bills that has President Duterte's signature that they can acquire, " she said. Meanwhile, the BSP is calling on the OFWs to  register their old bank notes , if ever they are keeping any of it. The Old notes will be demonetized after Dec 1, 2016. To register your bank notes that needed to be replaced , you can go to https://orbs.bsp.gov.ph/ORBS/.




The new P100 bill will be out very soon according to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.  The new  one hundred peso bill will bear the signature of President Rodrigo Duterte. According to Deputy Director of BSP, Grace Malic, they are anticipating high public interest on the upcoming new bank note. "They do not need to rush because sooner or later there will be more bills that has President Duterte's signature that they can acquire, " she said. Meanwhile, the BSP is calling on the OFWs to  register their old bank notes , if ever they are keeping any of it. The Old notes will be demonetized after Dec 1, 2016. To register your bank notes that needed to be replaced , you can go to https://orbs.bsp.gov.ph/ORBS/.


©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Sunday, November 27, 2016

PHILIPPINES, FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY IN ASIA UNDER DUTERTE ADMINISTRATION




The Philippines is now the fastest growing economy in Asia after it surpassed China and other neighboring Asian countries in economic growth. It is under the administration of President rodrigo Duterte that the Philippine economy has gained an economic growth of 7.1 % on the third quarter of  the year 2016 surpassing China, wit only 6.7% economic growth in the same period.


Communications Secretary Martin Andanar,government spending on  the infrastructure projects spearheaded by the Duterte administration caused the sudden activity on the economy. Because of this, the country's economy is expected to continue soaring  in the coming year.

Source:DZRH News
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Monday, February 01, 2016

THIS YOUNG MAN SCAMMED ALMOST 200 OFWS, GIVING HIM THOUSANDS OF THEIR MONEY

An OFW hiding under the name Marie was a victim of a suspected scammer, losing her hard earned money that she saved for 2 years while working overseas. It was supposed to be an investment that could earn up to 40% a week, but in the end, it turned out to be a scam.

A 21-years old suspect named Bonjomar Laguna whom she only met on Facebook was sweet-talking and seemingly convincing that she eventually invested up to P50,000.

She begun to panic when the suspect deactivated his Facebook account after several weeks that Marie was complaining of not receiving her promised 40% pay-out. It was a nightmare. Just last month, when found out that the suspect’s Facebook account was again reactivated she talked to the guy and eventually they agreed to meet for her to give another P200,000 as another set of investment, and that's when she asked the help of the police which lead to Laguna’s arrest.
Unfortunately, Laguna admitted that there are around 300 people that was victimized and around 150 to 200 of them are overseas Filipino workers.
©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Saturday, September 19, 2015

TYPES OF OFWs IN TERMS OF MONEY AND SAVINGS



Our intention is to encouraged OFWs to save as much and as fast as possible for the future. We tried to classify OFWs through classes
CLASS A (Admirable) 
CLASS B (Brave)
CLASS C (Careful)
CLASS D (Desperate)
CLASS E (Extravagant)
CLASS F (Failure)















©2015 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, April 13, 2015

My Reasons Why Rich People Say They Have No Money When You Try To Borrow From Them


Recently, I saw a post on one of the groups in Facebook venting because she has to borrow money, and the first person she asked and she knows has good source of income said he doesn't have money to lend her, but the second person she asked  went through the trouble of borrowing  money to lend her. And so she said:   "Why is it that when you borrow money from a rich person they will always reply that 'they don't have money to lend you', although it is very evident that they have a good source of income and lots of investment. There is greater chance of borrowing money from someone who is an average income earner."

I did not answer to that post, but this is my explanation.

If you can see that the person you are borrowing money from has good investments. Chances are, there is really no available cash because:

1. He/she has set aside plans and specific budget plans each time he/she gets his/her pay check. He knows his limitations, he pays the amortization of his house/car/lot in time to avoid penalties. So unless you are borrowing for an emergency, why would someone re-adjust his budget just to accommodate someone's whim.


2. He/she is investing money, and is not keeping it in his savings account. It is not easy to withdraw investment money, it is not like an atm machine where you can withdraw anytime at your convenience. If you see that a person is successful, that means he knows how to manage his finances where it could gain more. Do you remember the parable of the talents? You may watch it below.

A person doesn't get rich simply by receiving a good amount of income, you get rich when you know how to use it to earn more.


3. He can sense and knows the difference between needs and wants.  You may even notice that in spite of his income, he doesn't indulge himself on gadgets and things that are not really necessary or things that depreciates in value over time. I had the privilege to visit a house of a millionaire, he sure has a decent house in a very nice business location, but you might not even believe if I tell you that his 29" television set. It is still the same tv he bought in the 90's. When I asked him why is he still keeping it, well he said it is still functioning perfectly, and he doesn't watch or use it  that much, but only to watch news when he gets home at night. So if you are borrowing money from him, I think he will figure out if you really needed it or not.


So these are some reasons I can think of why your rich friend probably said, he doesn't have the money to lend you. To be successful in life, we needed to live within our means, be prepared for storms, be self-reliant and learn to not rely on others. Relying on others could result in a lot of frustration, while being self-reliant and productive results in a more successful life, and inner feeling of happiness and achievement after ccomplishing something without the help of anyone.

But, let us also be the kind of person who is not quick to judge others. If we are in the position where God puts us so we can help others,  wouldn't we help? Are we not our brother's keeper, and because we have been given much we too must give? 




©2015 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, February 17, 2014

How Rich Are You Based on Yearly Income?

How rich are you?


P50,000 YEARLY

You’re in the top 42.14% richest people in the world by income.

That makes you the2,528,639,848th richest person on earth by income.

In 1 hour you make 26.04
Meanwhile, the average labourer in Ghana makes just 2.35 in the same time.

11 years

2025
You earn ₱50000 in 1 year. It would take the average labourer in Ghana 11 years to earn the same amount.
Thirsty? It’ll only take you 39 minutes to earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer in Indonesia fancies one, they’ll have to work 
for around 2 hours for it.




7 doctors



Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries of 7 doctors inPakistan.


P100,000 YEARLY

You’re in the top28.60%richest people in the world by income.

That makes you the1,716,033,186th richest person on earth by income.

In 1 hour you make52.08
Meanwhile, the average labourer in Zimbabwe makes just 14.99 in the same time. 
 3 years (2017)
You earn ₱100,000 in 1 year. It would take the average labourer in Zimbabwe 3 years to earn the same amount.
Thirsty? It’ll only take you 20 minutes to earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer in Ghana fancies one, they’ll have to work for around 7 hours for it.



15doctors


Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries of 15 doctors
in Pakistan.


P200,000 YEARLY

You’re in the top19.41% richest people in the world by income.

That makes you the1,164,566,753rd richest person on earth by income.

In 1 hour you make 104.17
Meanwhile, the average labourer in Zimbabwe makes just 14.99 in the same time.

6years (2020)

You earn ₱200,000 in 1 year. It would take the average labourer in Zimbabwe 6 years to earn the same amount.


Thirsty? It’ll only take you 10 minutes to earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer in Ghana fancies one, they’ll have to work for around 7 hours for it.


31doctors


Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries of 31 doctors in Pakistan.




P500,000 YEARLY

You’re in the top 5.06% richest people in the world by income.

That makes you the 303,473,606th richest person on earth by income.

In 1 hour you make260.42

Meanwhile, the average labourer in Zimbabwe makes just 14.99 in the same time.

17years (2031)

You earn ₱500,000 in 1 year. It would take the average labourer in Zimbabwe 17 years to earn the same amount.
Thirsty? It’ll only take you 4 minutes to earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer in Ghana fancies one, they’ll have to work for around 7 hours for it.



79doctors


Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries of 79 doctors in Pakistan.



P1,000,000 YEARLY

You’re in the top0.78%richest people in the world by income.
 
That makes you the47,087,070thrichest person on earth by income.


In 1 hour you make520.83
Meanwhile, the average labourer in Ghana makes just 2.35 in the same time.


221years

 
2235
You earn 999999 in 1 year. It would take the average labourer inGhana 221 years to earn the same amount.


You 00:01:57
Labourer inIndonesia 01:33:04
Thirsty? It’ll only take you 2 minutes to earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer in Indonesia fancies one, they’ll have to work for around 2 hours for it.

158doctors Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries of 158doctors in Pakistan.
















©2014 THOUGHTSKOTO

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