Saturday, April 27, 2013

Worldwide Whos Who Scam/Fraud Alert

I got this email recently a countless of times from Worldwide Whos Who with email address execs@worldwidellc.com congratulating me for being chosen as a potential candidate for 2013 Worldwide Whos Who. 

The email message reads: 

 "Congratulations Ben , You were recently chosen as a potential candidate to represent 2013 Worldwide Who's Who. We are pleased to inform you that your candidacy was formally approved April 2nd. Congratulations. The Publishing Committee selects potential candidates based not only upon their current standing, but focusing as well on criteria from executive and professional directories, associations, and trade journals. Given your background, the Director believes your profile makes a fitting addition to our publication. There is no fee nor obligation to be listed. As we are working off of secondary sources, we must receive verification from you that your profile is accurate. After receiving verification, we will validate your registry listing within seven business days. Once finalized, your listing will share prominent registry space with thousands of fellow accomplished individuals across the globe, each representing accomplishments within their own geographical area. To verify your profile and accept the candidacy, please visit here. Our registration deadline for this year's candidates is April 30th. To ensure you are included, we must receive your verification on or before this date. On behalf of our Committee, I salute your achievement and look forward to welcoming you to our association. Privacy Policy Copyright © 2011 WorldwideWhosWho.com. All Rights Reserved. Worldwide Who's Who 498 RXR Plaza Uniondale, NY 11556 Forward this emailIcon services, 26041 Forbe Rd, Laguna, CA, US, 92677. Click for immediate removal with http://software.clickback.com/external_pages/opt_out.aspx? SafeRemove." 

Scam Alert: 

First, Ben is not my name, you got my email address right where my first name and last name there but you still called me Ben. 

 Now, how can i become a candidate for your genuine, authentic and honorable Worldwide Whos Who contest list, whatever? Am I required to pay you a few thousand dollars to be included in the prestigious list? 

If yes, then there you are. No questions asked :P

Saturday, April 20, 2013

How to Replace Lost LTO Drivers License: Fee and Requirements

An officemate of mine lost her two mobile phones, bag, car key and wallet with PhP500.00 inside (quite an amount already knowing her), company ID, her ATM cards, credit cards and LTO drivers license.

Losing money and valuables is already a pain particularly the car key but it's also a pain just to call up credit card issuer banks and ATM cards for cancellation plus the replacement drivers license at the Land Transportation Office (LTO)

Here's the procedure how to apply for replacement drivers license at the LTO:

1. Prepare an affidavit of loss indicating the circumstances of the lost of the LTO drivers license including as much detail as your drivers license number (if available). Tip: include the details of other cards and items too as they may require an affidavit of loss too (an affidavit of loss costs as cheap as PhP50.00 if you prepared it and have it stamped to as high as PhP200.00 if you allow them to prepare everything for you)

2. Go to the nearest LTO office (in Makati there's an LTO office at MRT Ayala Station, there's another at Guadalupe). There's also LTO branches at Robinsons Galleria and SM City North EDSA (Northlink building)

3. Fill out the form, submit the requirements and pay the LTO drivers license replace fee of PhP475.00

4. Wait for your new drivers license. This whole process takes just about 15 minutes.

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