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Thursday, July 05, 2018

Be Careful of Padala! 416 Bullet Casings Found in Pinay's Luggage in NAIA

It is very common for us Filipinos especially OFWs from other countries to accept "padala" for other people when vacationing in the Philippines. But to all Filipinos who are doing this, you should avoid this if possible to avoid problems later on your travel. 
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It is very common for us Filipinos especially OFWs from other countries to accept "padala" for other people when vacationing in the Philippines. But to all Filipinos who are doing this, you should avoid this if possible to avoid problems later on your travel.   This is what happens to a Filipina from Hawaii after 416 .38-caliber bullet casings were found in her luggage. The woman arrived in NAIA terminal 2 on Monday, July 2, 2018, from Honolulu Hawaii and had a connecting flight to Laoag, Ilocos Norte. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) did not identify the woman but said she is a Filipino with US Citizenship.  According to MIAA statement, a security screener monitored an image resembling a large amount of ammunition in her bag during a routine X-ray inspection. The bullet casings were later found inside, contained in a plastic bag and then placed in a box.  The woman said the box belonged to her brother-in-law who had asked her to carry it. She is being told that the box contained clothes. She added that she did not know that she is carrying bullet casings. Meanwhile, the MIAA General Manager Eddie Monreal clarified that the incident is not a "tanim-bala" because the woman admitted that she carried the box.  After the documentation, the woman was allowed to board her flight after the investigation that she has no intention to do harm.
This is what happens to a Filipina from Hawaii after 416 .38-caliber bullet casings were found in her luggage. The woman arrived in NAIA terminal 2 on Monday, July 2, 2018, from Honolulu Hawaii and had a connecting flight to Laoag, Ilocos Norte. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) did not identify the woman but said she is a Filipino with US Citizenship.


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According to MIAA statement, a security screener monitored an image resembling a large amount of ammunition in her bag during a routine X-ray inspection. The bullet casings were later found inside, contained in a plastic bag and then placed in a box.

It is very common for us Filipinos especially OFWs from other countries to accept "padala" for other people when vacationing in the Philippines. But to all Filipinos who are doing this, you should avoid this if possible to avoid problems later on your travel.   This is what happens to a Filipina from Hawaii after 416 .38-caliber bullet casings were found in her luggage. The woman arrived in NAIA terminal 2 on Monday, July 2, 2018, from Honolulu Hawaii and had a connecting flight to Laoag, Ilocos Norte. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) did not identify the woman but said she is a Filipino with US Citizenship.  According to MIAA statement, a security screener monitored an image resembling a large amount of ammunition in her bag during a routine X-ray inspection. The bullet casings were later found inside, contained in a plastic bag and then placed in a box.  The woman said the box belonged to her brother-in-law who had asked her to carry it. She is being told that the box contained clothes. She added that she did not know that she is carrying bullet casings. Meanwhile, the MIAA General Manager Eddie Monreal clarified that the incident is not a "tanim-bala" because the woman admitted that she carried the box.  After the documentation, the woman was allowed to board her flight after the investigation that she has no intention to do harm.

It is very common for us Filipinos especially OFWs from other countries to accept "padala" for other people when vacationing in the Philippines. But to all Filipinos who are doing this, you should avoid this if possible to avoid problems later on your travel.   This is what happens to a Filipina from Hawaii after 416 .38-caliber bullet casings were found in her luggage. The woman arrived in NAIA terminal 2 on Monday, July 2, 2018, from Honolulu Hawaii and had a connecting flight to Laoag, Ilocos Norte. The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) did not identify the woman but said she is a Filipino with US Citizenship.  According to MIAA statement, a security screener monitored an image resembling a large amount of ammunition in her bag during a routine X-ray inspection. The bullet casings were later found inside, contained in a plastic bag and then placed in a box.  The woman said the box belonged to her brother-in-law who had asked her to carry it. She is being told that the box contained clothes. She added that she did not know that she is carrying bullet casings. Meanwhile, the MIAA General Manager Eddie Monreal clarified that the incident is not a "tanim-bala" because the woman admitted that she carried the box.  After the documentation, the woman was allowed to board her flight after the investigation that she has no intention to do harm.
The woman said the box belonged to her brother-in-law who had asked her to carry it. She is being told that the box contained clothes. She added that she did not know that she is carrying bullet casings.

Meanwhile, the MIAA General Manager Eddie Monreal clarified that the incident is not a "tanim-bala" because the woman admitted that she carried the box.

After the documentation, the woman was allowed to board her flight after the investigation that she has no intention to do harm.




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No doubt, Saudi Arabia is still a top destination for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) for many years now. But with the implementation of Saudization, the "world" of OFWs and other expatriates in Saudi Arabia is getting smaller. Started in 2011 up to now, the Kingdom is slowly limiting some jobs to their locals to boost local employment of Saudis. This includes jobs that former belong to OFWs and other expats.  This 2018, another batch of job categories in Saudi Arabia will be limited to locals or their nationals by the end of the year. The Saudi Labor and Social Development Ministry has issued an order that limits 12 jobs and different shops only to their citizens. It means expat workers are no longer allowed to apply for these jobs.   According to ministry spokesman Khaled Aba Al Khail, starting September 11, 2018, no expats will be allowed to work in car and motorbike shops, men's and children's wear, home and office furniture, and home utensils.  This will be followed by Saudization on shops that sells electronics and electric appliances, watches, and eyeglasses that will take effect on November 9, this year.  This is not the end yet, because, by January next year, Saudi Arabia will also nationalize jobs at medical equipment, building materials, car spare parts, carpet and rugs and confectionary shops. This will start on January 7, 2019.  Saudization starts in 2011 as part of the Kingdom's initiative to encourage Saudi national to work in the private sector.

Each of us has a goal to achieve and sometimes, we fall short financially. This is the reason why there are affordable personal loans from the banks where we can apply for a loan as a little financial support to achieve our goals. With this loan, you may have a pocket money for the dream vacation of your family. It can be used in your long-awaited home renovation or for educational purposes for you or one of your family members. Aside from this, your personal loan can be used to simplify your debts, as an emergency fund or any other purpose you may have.  One of many banks in the Philippines that offers a quick cash loan is the Citi Bank. With Citi Bank, you can get approved as fast as 24 hours.  The bank has a flexible term of one year to five years and no collateral or guarantor needed! Loanable amount is up to P2 million pesos but this is subject for banks approval.  What are the Requirements?  One (1) valid government-issued ID with photo and signature. For employed:  Latest Income Tax Return (BIR Form 2316) or latest 1-month full pay slip For self-employed:  Latest Income Tax Return (BIR Form 1701); and Audited Financial Statements (AFS) of the business with independent auditor's report and balance sheets and tax receipt.  Product Features Min. financing amount    ₱20,000 Max.financing amount    Up to ₱2,000,000 Min. loan tenure    12 months Max. loan tenure    5 years The interest rate    Fixed rate of 26.9% to 37.9% per annum (Effective Interest Rate) Approval duration    Up to 24 hours Debt consolidation    No Fees & Charges One time set up Processing fee    N/A Stamp duty    ₱1.00 for every ₱200,00 of the installment loan approved that passed the criteria for determining the applicability of DST based on local laws and regulations Disbursement & misc. fee    ₱1,750.00 for each disbursement Annual fee    A payment of ₱200.00 or amount equivalent to the credit balance, whichever is lower will be charged for an inactive account every month, in case of any remaining overpayments on inactive or closed Ready Credit accounts Other fees    Returned Check Fee - ₱1,500.00 will be charged for every returned check /bounced post-dated check. Penalties Early settlement    4% of the unbilled principal component of each installment loan Late payment charges    ₱500.00 or 6% of the Past Due Amount, whichever is higher Other penalties    Post Dated Check Deferment - ₱1,000.00 will be charged for every post-dated check (PDC) that you request to defer/delay Eligibility Age requirement    Age 23 - 54 Employment eligibility    At least ₱21,000.00 monthly income Min. salary requirement    ₱21,000 gross per month Guarantor / Collateral requirement    No Other Requirements Need to open linked banked account?    No Other details    Method of Payment - Cash, Online banking , Check or ATM Transfers

Real properties are a good investment. The value of these properties is increasing as the time goes by. So if you are looking for properties for investment, it is a good choice to look at foreclosed properties from banks or other financial institutions. There are many bankruptcy houses, agricultural houses or vacant lots you can choose from.   One of these banks is the EastWest bank that has acquired many foreclosed properties for sale. In real estate foreclosure listings below from EastWest Bank, can find foreclosed homes or house and lot, vacant lot and any other properties. If you are lucky enough, you may acquire one of this properties at a cheap price compared to those in the market!


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