Customers will be penalized for not wearing masks inside restaurants, bars, cafes — EOC

Delta Dyrecka Letigio 06/18/2021

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Customers should wear their masks even when inside food establishments like restaurants, bars, cafes, and cafeterias, or else they will be penalized. According to the new order of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC)…

Watsons empowers customers to stay strong, stay beautiful

PR 07/27/2020

In these trying times, we are faced with even more challenges than ever. Today, our health comes above all priorities and it is important to stay prepared and be fully-equipped with the right products that help protect…

LTFRB orders Grab to pay P10M for overcharging customers

Inquirer.net 07/10/2018

THE Land Transportation Franchise and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has ordered Grab Philippines to pay a penalty of P10 million for overcharging its customers. A statement from the LTFRB said Grab should also reimburse its passengers for the…

Mall opens first three floors to customers

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 04/30/2018

GAISANO GRAND MALL THREE of the four floors of Gaisano Grand Mall in Barangay Basak, Lapu-Lapu City are now open for business, as only the fourth floor was partially damaged by fire last Sunday, April 29. Customer…

Customers, personnel safely evacuated in Metro Ayala fire

Connie E. Fernandez 01/06/2018

CEBU CITY—Management of Metro Ayala confirmed that the ongoing fire started from the third floor of the department store inside Ayala Center Cebu at the Cebu Business Park here. In a two-paragraph statement sent to the local…

Veco to 416K customers: Pay electric bills at TPAs

Victor Anthony V. Silva 09/18/2017

To address the long queues and waiting times at their service centers, distribution utility firm, Visayan Electric Co. (Veco) will no longer allow customers to pay their bills in its service centers starting next week. Instead, its…

Customers first

Editorial 08/23/2017

The case of taxi driver Norman Enojada — who was penalized for dumping an elderly passenger in the middle of a rainy street — should serve as a constant reminder and warning to taxi operators and drivers…

Globe makes difference through giving

PR 01/11/2017

FOR the children at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Pediatric Cancer Clinic and for those who lost their homes and belongings when Typhoon Nina hit the Bicol region last month, Christmas was certainly a challenging time which…

Maid left Singapore as a businesswoman

12/20/2016

Nilushika Jayaweera came to Singapore to work as a maid in 2001 and 15 years later, she left as an entrepreneur. The 36-year-old now buys tea leaves from gardens in Sri Lanka and boxes them for sale…

Globe subscribers help create Global Filipino School in GenSan

12/10/2016

Thousands of Globe Telecom customers who availed of the new iPhone 7 contributed significantly in the creation of a Global Filipino School (GFS) in General Santos City, allowing teachers and students to access 21st century learning within…

VECO branches to stop processing payments starting 2017

Victor Anthony V. Silva 06/20/2016

Starting next year, the Visayan Electric Company (VECO) will no longer accept payments in its branches. Jill Verallo, VECO Reputation Enhancement head, said that customers will pay their bills through their Third Party Agents (TPAs) as their…

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