Nabasa ko na ang Mobile Air’s owner, Jover Chew ay hinuli na at kinasuhan. Si Chew ay naging subject ng media outrage pagkaraang ang kanyang tindahan ay pinupuwersa ang isang turistang Vietnamese , si Pham Van Thoai na magdagdag ng S$1,500 para sa warranty ng binili niyang iPhone 6.
Kumalat sa social media ang video na makikita si Mr Pham ay nakaluhod at lumuluhang hinihingi kay Chew na ibalik ang ibinayad niyang S$950 para sa iPhone6. He was said to have recovered just S$400.
Umaksyon ang me ari ng mall sa pagtulong ng pulisya at nahuli nga si Jover Chew.
It reminds me of an experience last vacation ng isa pang kaso ng pandaraya. We were in Shenzhen, China for a tour and relaxation. The city links Hongkong to China mainland and one of the rapidly progressing cities of China due primarily to their Special Economic Zone which have attracted foreign investors.
In one of our trip to local manufacturer, we were treated with free taste (all you can) of preserve fruits, nuts and crackers. To the max ang mga kasama ko sa pag taste.. alam nyo na basta free, larga tayong mga pinoy diyan. Then we were offered 50% off on those items at syempre bilihan kami for pasalubong. Ngiting ngiti naman iyong mga Chinese sa amin (later on marealize ko kung bakit ngiting ngiti).
Pagdating ng pinas, e di pamigay na ng mga biniling pasalubong. Sarap kasi talaga e.
One of my nephews told me when he was about to open a pack of preserved fruit when he noticed that it was already 1 month expired. I checked all of our pasalubong from that manufacturer, and all of those we bought were expired.
I wonder kung iyong mga kasamahan namin ay napansin iyon.
Huwag na kasi magtaka. Made in China kaya yan.
Honesty is not in their dictionary.
“I could either burn. Or cut off my pride and buy some time. A head full of lies is the weight. Tied to my waist. The river of deceit pulls down. The only direction we flow is down. Down, oh down.” – Mad Season