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Tuesday, March 05, 2019

SEC Warns People On Buying Shares Of "Under Construction" Hospitals

Investments can be the best way to put your money if you want it to grow over time. It may be shares from different companies or stock market, or in real properties like condominium units or real estate.
Investing is good but before  getting into an investment transaction, you need to make sure that you are entering a legitimate deal. Scammers are everywhere and they are only waiting for their willing victims.

Investments can be the best way to put your money if you want it to grow over time. It may be shares from different companies or stock market, or in real properties like condominium units or real estate.  Investing is good but before  getting into an investment transaction, you need to make sure that you are entering a legitimate deal. Scammers are everywhere and they are only waiting for their willing victims.       Ads    The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) warns the public to be cautious in entering deals on buying shares.  In an advisory released by SEC, people are warned to be alert and vigilant because there are groups of people who allegedly involved in pre-selling securities in forms of shares in stocks of hospitals currently being constructed.    To make it more enticing, these people promise the buyer to grant them hospital benefits like free or discounted O.R. fees, free or discounted private room, ICU or ward accommodations, discounts on use of ICU, hospital equipments , medicines, etc., and discounts on hospital services as well as in-patients and out-patient case rates.      According to the advisory from SEC, these shares of stocks being offered fall under securities category. meaning, no individuals could sell it to the general public unless it had been registered with the SEC.    Should any individual or group of people approach anyone offering this kind of transaction, you may report such activity to SEC so that the commission will take appropriate actions.  Ads      Sponsored Links    Read More:    Read More:  There were growing number of alleged disappearances and abduction claims recently but the Philippine National Police (PNP) said that there were no such confirmed cases reported to them. As parents, we really want to know the truth behind these incidents which concerns the safety of our children.      Ads  Just recently, 2 young girls were rescued after 3 suspects attempted to abduct them and forcibly boarded them to a pick-up van in Camarines Sur. A concerned citizen who witnessed the incident chased them and called the attention of the authorities which resulted to the arrest of the suspects.    One of the victims, Anna, not her real name, said that they were on their way home after fetching a project from their classmate, a van stopped near them and the suspects grabbed them by the arm, tied both of them and forcibly pushed them inside the vehicle. The victims struggled, kicking the suspects and made it to escape. Both of them were left on the side of the road. That is were Rodolfo Paratao saw them crying.     Using his motorcycle, he chased the van of the suspects and called the attention of the Barangay officials. The pursuit continues and with the help of other motorists, the vehicle was cornered in Barangay San Antonio in the neighboring town of  Ocampo, Camarines Sur.    The suspects were identified as Juan Antonio Castillo III, Art Vincent Revilla, and Paulo Julio Nerva, all from Naga City.  According to P/SSG Eleno Calongui Of Pili PNP, the suspects said that they are on that barangay to do nature tripping.  The suspects will face abduction charges in relation to Republic Act 7610. Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) risked a lot just to give their families a better future. It includes working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and beliefs. They live everyday uncertain of what could happen. Just like what happened to an OFW who was mugged and hit several times in the head.       Ads   Rommel Ranque, hailed from Sta Cruz, Laguna, an OFW father of four, is now fighting for his life after two unidentified men mugged him and hit him several times in the head in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on January 20. Ranque, according to the message posted by a woman who introduced herself as his sister, was on his way to the warehouse where he is working when the incident happened.     He suffered severe brain injury and multiple fractures involving skull & facial bones. He’s been in the hospital in Riyadh for a month now and he needs his family by his side at this critical time. They need help with the medical bills and travel expenses even at least for his wife to be able to go to Riyadh and personally take care of him and eventually bring him back home to the Philippines.  His sister is also appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte or anyone that can be able to render assistance to his brother and his family.  Meanwhile, a fund raising drive through GoFundMe.com was created by concerned citizens to be able to help the OFW and his family.   The fund raising campaign is intended to raise money to help OFW Rommel who is a sole breadwinner of the family.   The Philippine Embassy In Riyadh is yet to issue a statement about the particulars and development of the case of the OFW.     Ads   ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

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The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) warns the public to be cautious in entering deals on buying shares.
In an advisory released by SEC, people are warned to be alert and vigilant because there are groups of people who allegedly involved in pre-selling securities in forms of shares in stocks of hospitals currently being constructed.

To make it more enticing, these people promise the buyer to grant them hospital benefits like free or discounted O.R. fees, free or discounted private room, ICU or ward accommodations, discounts on use of ICU, hospital equipments , medicines, etc., and discounts on hospital services as well as in-patients and out-patient case rates.

According to the advisory from SEC, these shares of stocks being offered fall under securities category. meaning, no individuals could sell it to the general public unless it had been registered with the SEC.

Should any individual or group of people approach anyone offering this kind of transaction, you may report such activity to SEC so that the commission will take appropriate actions.
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There were growing number of alleged disappearances and abduction claims recently but the Philippine National Police (PNP) said that there were no such confirmed cases reported to them. As parents, we really want to know the truth behind these incidents which concerns the safety of our children.      Ads  Just recently, 2 young girls were rescued after 3 suspects attempted to abduct them and forcibly boarded them to a pick-up van in Camarines Sur. A concerned citizen who witnessed the incident chased them and called the attention of the authorities which resulted to the arrest of the suspects.    One of the victims, Anna, not her real name, said that they were on their way home after fetching a project from their classmate, a van stopped near them and the suspects grabbed them by the arm, tied both of them and forcibly pushed them inside the vehicle. The victims struggled, kicking the suspects and made it to escape. Both of them were left on the side of the road. That is were Rodolfo Paratao saw them crying.     Using his motorcycle, he chased the van of the suspects and called the attention of the Barangay officials. The pursuit continues and with the help of other motorists, the vehicle was cornered in Barangay San Antonio in the neighboring town of  Ocampo, Camarines Sur.    The suspects were identified as Juan Antonio Castillo III, Art Vincent Revilla, and Paulo Julio Nerva, all from Naga City.  According to P/SSG Eleno Calongui Of Pili PNP, the suspects said that they are on that barangay to do nature tripping.  The suspects will face abduction charges in relation to Republic Act 7610.
Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) risked a lot just to give their families a better future. It includes working in an unfamiliar territory with different culture and beliefs. They live everyday uncertain of what could happen. Just like what happened to an OFW who was mugged and hit several times in the head.       Ads   Rommel Ranque, hailed from Sta Cruz, Laguna, an OFW father of four, is now fighting for his life after two unidentified men mugged him and hit him several times in the head in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on January 20. Ranque, according to the message posted by a woman who introduced herself as his sister, was on his way to the warehouse where he is working when the incident happened.     He suffered severe brain injury and multiple fractures involving skull & facial bones. He’s been in the hospital in Riyadh for a month now and he needs his family by his side at this critical time. They need help with the medical bills and travel expenses even at least for his wife to be able to go to Riyadh and personally take care of him and eventually bring him back home to the Philippines.  His sister is also appealing to President Rodrigo Duterte or anyone that can be able to render assistance to his brother and his family.  Meanwhile, a fund raising drive through GoFundMe.com was created by concerned citizens to be able to help the OFW and his family.   The fund raising campaign is intended to raise money to help OFW Rommel who is a sole breadwinner of the family.   The Philippine Embassy In Riyadh is yet to issue a statement about the particulars and development of the case of the OFW.     Ads

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO