Many have received unexpected calls from a person stating that he is from the Australian Tax Office (ATO) or Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP). The caller says you owe the ATO money and that there is a warrant for your immediate arrest for non-payment.
Category: Consumer Advocate
They are angry, distressed and heartbroken. Their dream holidays crushed and family reunions ruined.
“The balikbayan box is the closest overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) can get to their loved ones while they are away from home. Only an OFW and his or her family can understand how even the most humble balikbayan box contains the most personalized translation of love and affection for its recipients. Sending and receiving it […]
Regular mail will take 2 to 3 days to deliver while “priority” next day delivery will cost extra. All these will happen soon as the Australia Post CEO’s annual salary and bonus was reported to be a humungous $4.8 million. Of this amount, he donated $2 million to the Islamic Museum of Australia in Melbourne. […]
My favourite sushi outlet is always full of sushi lovers. But have you bothered to observe how your sushi or sashimi is being prepared?
Honey is now expensive because of several things. One is that of the drought. Then many beehives were lost in the various bush fires. Also, the bees are disappearing overseas and the various pests of the bees are arriving here.
Having been to various 5-star hotels and first class restaurants — travelled business class in many places around the globe, I can prudently claim to be a steak connoisseur. I am confident enough to know the various cuts of meat and I can recommend that no tough meat will break your denture if you order […]
Beware of rice imported from China. In yet another food scandal rocking the country, reports from reputable news agencies claimed that the Chinese are making fake rice using plastic!
With the recent crashes of Malaysian Airlines and Air Asia, delays and cancellations of flights of Cebu Pacific resulting in a P52 million fine imposed by the Philippine government…
31 October 2014 — Today, Philippine Sentinel received another call from a certain Jacinta (not her real name) of Fairfield who bought a return ticket to the Philippines for her mother some few months ago. On the scheduled date of her mom’s departure, the elderly lady was denied boarding by Qantas Airlines. She was told […]
Most, if not all Chinese people from all over the world are friendly. They are hard-working and many, especially those domiciled in the Philippines have emerged to be billionaires. At least 5, maybe more Chinese taipans control the economy of the nation. Lucio Tan, a naturalised Filipino who was born in Amoy, Fujian owns Philippine […]
MANILA, Philippines—Election lawyer Romulo Macalintal, now a crusader for the senior citizens’ rights, is suing the high-ranking officials of a five-star hotel for violating the law on mandatory discount for senior citizens.