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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

LOOK: Details of OFW ID Payment in Leaked Draft Memo

DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!




DISCLAIMER:
Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things:
1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs.
2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs.
3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.



We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:
DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!

Now, look at the details of that payment below:
DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!
The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.

DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!
International Shipping would cost even more, as seen here.

If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:
DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!

The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:
DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!
Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.

DISCLAIMER: Before you make any conclusion prejudicial to this blog article, please note two things: 1. Me and my colleagues are current and former OFWs. 2. We have memberships in several groups, associations and organizations, well ingrained in society, for the betterment of OFW affairs. 3. We have and will always support President Duterte and his policies, especially if it concerns the OFWs.   We have discovered a draft memo regarding the OFW ID or the iDOLE, wherein it confirms the details or breakdown of the iDOLE payment. DOLE's insisting that the OFW will NOT PAY anything to get his or her OFW ID does not change the fact that the iDOLE website was "attempting" to collect P501.00 for the ID card and P200.00 for shipping. Secretary Bello, and anyone related to the OFW ID development could deny the draft memo, but his name is also there, see:  Now, look the the details of that payment below:  The fee breakdown of the OFW ID, as well as the domestic shipping cost provided by PhilPost.   If you look at that amount, that totals P500.00, only one peso less than the one shown in the screenshots of the iDOLE page that at time Sec. Bello denies existing. Have a look here:  The participation of the Development bank of the Philippines, its subsidiary DCI, the printing office APO, and Philpost are clearly seen in the draft memo. This further solidifies the assertion that the OFW ID is NOT FREE. See the images below:   Participation of the APO Production Unit - to print the PVC OFW Cards. THe cost for printing one card is P40.   Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.  There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.  There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.  More updates will come soon!
Participation of DBP Data Center Inc - to develop a system linked to iDOLE. They will receive P440 for each OFW ID. DBP will get a further P20 per card.



There is NO DENYING the fact that the OFW ID was being charged. As to who will pay, DOLE says employers will. Any sane OFW knows that employers almost never pays for anything outside the jurisdiction of their home country. If there is a chance to collect the fees from employers, it will only be for newly hired OFWs - as evidence by the fact that recruitment agencies are being forced to shoulder the cost and pass it to employers. But the greater number of OFW ID recipients would be existing and former OFWs.

There are so many questions lingering about the OFW ID, and we know that it was presented too early and the system is not prepared.

More updates will come soon!



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