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Sey mo Gerald sa hugot ni Bea: Here’s to time…time that heals all wounds, time as the ultimate truth teller

MATAPOS umamin ang ex-boyfriend niyang si Gerald Anderson tungkol sa relasyon nila ni Julia Barretto, nagparamdam naman si Bea Alonzo sa naging realization niya tungkol sa kahalagahan ng “oras.” Sa kanyang Instagram, nag-post ang ang aktres ng ilang litrato na kuha sa short vacation niya sa Zambales kasama ang kanyang pamilya. “I love going back […] The post Sey mo Gerald sa hugot ni Bea: Here’s to time…time that heals all wounds, time as the ultimate truth teller appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 7th, 2021Related News

Bea Alonzo buzzes netizens with cryptic post

Actress Bea Alonzo shared a cryptic post of her recent vacation photo with the caption: “Time as the ultimate truth-teller.” Netizens immediately speculated that the post was about the recent admission of her ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson that he is “very happy” with his relationship with actress Julia Barretto. Gerald made public admission during his interview […] The post Bea Alonzo buzzes netizens with cryptic post appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsMar 7th, 2021Related News

Banking opportunism

BY JOHNNY DAYANG It may have been delayed for a while but come April 2021, the banks, in a clever effort to draw more blood from a poor man’s savings or salary, are imposing higher fees for the use of the Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs). They want P18 for every withdrawal from ATMs outside financial […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsFeb 27th, 2021Related News

ATM fee hike & lsquo;oppressive,& rsquo; & mdash;Defensor

A party-list lawmaker on Thursday denounced what he called the “oppressive” increase in interbank automated teller machine (ATM) withdrawal fees that the country’s 58 million cardholders are set to shoulder starting April 7......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: NewsFeb 25th, 2021Related News

BDO Unibank offers cardless withdrawals

BDO Unibank Inc., the largest lender controlled by the Sy family, said Monday it started offering cardless QR (quick response) code-based withdrawals from select automated teller machines mostly in Makati City......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: FinanceFeb 15th, 2021Related News

Lawmaker urges BSP to defer ATM fee hike

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas should be compassionate and not add to the burden of Filipinos, by suspending the implementation of its new policy where fees of automated teller machine transactions will be increased by 63 percent, according to a lawmaker......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsFeb 14th, 2021Related News

FACES OF CEBU: Daniella Lepiten-Masong, 26, happy wife

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Daniella Masong (neé Lepiten), a 26-year-old bank teller from Bogo City, northern Cebu, almost did not get the wedding of her dreams with now husband, Rezien Masong. Two days prior to their scheduled civil wedding on January 28, 2021, she proved positive to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) after being tested […] The post FACES OF CEBU: Daniella Lepiten-Masong, 26, happy wife appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 14th, 2021Related News

BSP changes rules on ATM fees

MANILA, Philippines — Do you feel cash machine withdrawal fees are too high? Look around because, starting April 7, automated teller machines (ATM) may charge different rates for the same transaction under new rules approved by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). It does not mean that ATM withdrawal fees will become cheaper because the […] The post BSP changes rules on ATM fees appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsFeb 14th, 2021Related News

Inter-bank ATM charges set to increase under new rules

Inter-bank automated teller machine charges are set to increase by April as banks switch to “acquirer-based” ATM fee model prescribed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas from the issuer-based method......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: FinanceFeb 10th, 2021Related News

Celebrity fortune teller Madam Auring dies at 80

Celebrity fortune teller Madam Auring, or Aurea S. Erfelo in real life, has passed on. She was 80. Her grandson Daryl Simon Pecson confirmed the demise of Madam Auring in a series of posts on Facebook on Friday, Oct. 30......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: MoviesOct 30th, 2020Related News

PayMaya, beep team up to provide safer, contactless commute

Commuters can enjoy a safe and contactless commute by simply purchasing their beep load packages on the PayMaya app. With this load up method, there is no longer a need for face-to-face interactions with the teller, as well as exchange of cash, which can contribute to the further spread of the virus.  .....»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: TechJul 17th, 2020Related News

Banks assure public of enough cash in ATMs

The Bankers Association of the Philippines assured the public of continuous availability of cash through automated teller machines and digital platforms during the month-long enhanced community quarantine imposed by the government in Luzon......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: FinanceMar 18th, 2020Related News

Bank teller trapped in burning armored van dies

A bank teller died after he was trapped in an armored van that caught fire when it collided with a delivery truck along the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway in Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija on Tuesday......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 12th, 2020Related News

7-Eleven branches hosting more ATMs

Philippine Seven Corp., the operator of 7-Eleven stores in the Philippines, has partnered with Japan-based financial institution Seven Bank Ltd. to widen the network of automated teller machines in its stores......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: FinanceFeb 12th, 2020Related News

7-Eleven, Seven Bank of Japan teaming up

Philippine Seven Corp., the local franchise holder of convenience store chain 7-Eleven, teamed up with the local unit of Japan’s Seven Bank to put up automated teller machines in 7-Eleven stores across the country......»»

Source: Thestandard ThestandardCategory: FinanceFeb 10th, 2020Related News

4P boosts RCBC retail dealings

Yuchengco-led Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) reported over 500 percent year-on-year growth in transaction count and throughput in its automatic teller machine (ATM) Go deployment. RCBC ATM Go transactions grew by 564 percent, from 186,000 in 2018 to 1.2 million in 2019 while throughput increased 521 percent, from P542 million to P3.3 billion. Majority of […] The post 4P boosts RCBC retail dealings appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsJan 22nd, 2020Related News

Holdaper ng bank teller, patay sa enkuwentro

PATAY noon din sa pinangyarihan ang  holdaper na riding-in-tandem habang nakata­kas ang kanyang kasa­ma sa naganap na shootout matapos hol­da­pin ang isang bank teller sa Quezon City, nitong Martes ng madaling araw. Sa ulat kay Quezon City Police District (QCPD) Director, P/BGen. Ronnie Montejo, inilarawan ang napatay na holdaper na may taas na 5’1, slim build, ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesJan 8th, 2020Related News

Man City loses at Wolves, strengthening Liverpool title bid

WOLVERHAMPTON, England (AP) — Matt Doherty scored in the 90th minute to complete Wolverhampton's comeback from two goals down to beat 10-man Manchester City 3-2 on Friday, dealing a further blow to the champions' faint hopes of defending the Premier League title. City is third in the standings halfway through the season, 14 points behind leader Liverpool. Juergen Klopp's side is 13 points ahead of Leicester with a game in hand, putting the 18-time champions in strong position to end a three-decade title drought. City has now lost five of its opening 19 games of the season, but had coped initially after goalkeeper Ederson was sent off in the 12th minute for rushing out of the penalty area and bringing down Diogo Jota. City took the lead in the 25th minute after a chaotic spell. After Riyad Mahrez went down in the area, VAR gave the penalty and Raheem Sterling's initial effort was saved by goalkeepre Rui Patricio. But the spot kick was ordered to be retaken due to encroachment and, after the goalkeeper saved again, Sterling tapped in the rebound. Objects, including what appeared to be a hip flask, were hurled toward Sterling. An announcement during the first half at Molineux warned fans that there had been numerous reports of the throwing of foreign objects. Sterling struck again in the 50th minute, breaking clear of the Wolves defense and lifting the ball over Patricio. But Adama Traoré gave Wolves hope five minutes later when he scored into the bottom corner. Wolves leveled eight minutes from end. Traoré dispossessed City defender Benjamin Mendy, who was trying to shield it out of play for a goal kick, and crossed for Raul Jimenez to convert into the net. Wolves completed the turnaround in the 89th minute as Doherty fired past goalkeeper Claudio Bravo......»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 28th, 2019Related News

‘No ATM fee higher than P18’

Approved automated teller machine (ATM) fees approximates P20 per transaction, a senior Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) official said. “The approved fees have increased. I think it’s close to P20 already. But still, the maximum we have approved is up to P18,” Fonacier told reporters. “We have never approved beyond P18,” she quickly added. According […] The post ‘No ATM fee higher than P18’ appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Source: Tribune TribuneCategory: NewsDec 26th, 2019Related News

Liverpool lands 1st world title, Qatar passes pre-2022 test

By Rob Harris, Associated Press DOHA, Qatar (AP) — After tens of billions of dollars spent on infrastructure, and skepticism over this tiny gas-rich nation's suitability as a sporting host, a World Cup has finally been handed out in Qatar. It was Liverpool lifting FIFA's lesser-regarded Club World Cup trophy on Saturday night. In three years, the biggest prize in soccer will be handed out in a stadium yet to be completed. The Club World Cup, which ended Saturday with Roberto Firmino sealing Liverpool's 1-0 victory over Flamengo in extra time, has been the first major international footballing test of Qatar's readiness. With a 45,000-strong crowd packed into Khalifa Stadium, Qatar has shown it can fill a venue with sports fans —- unlike at the track and field world championships earlier this year. “Everybody was for different reasons on the edge pretty much but I saw so many sensationally good performances and I'm really happy of course for our supporters,” Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said. “The atmosphere in the stadium was great." But it is a stadium touched by the welfare concerns that have dogged Qatar's building work since being awarded the main 32-team World Cup in 2010 by FIFA. A British worker plunged to his death during the construction phase in conditions later deemed to be dangerous. This was a Club World Cup trip also tinged in tragedy for the losing finalists from Brazil. When fire engulfed a dormitory at Flamengo's academy in Brazil in February, 10 players — all between 14 and 16 years old — died. “It was a very sad moment in Flamengo's history and, I believe, in Brazilian football as well," midfielder Everton Ribeiro said in Doha. “Lives were lost, dreams were lost.” Flamengo was ordered by a Rio de Janeiro judge earlier this month to pay the equivalent of $2,500 a month to the families of 10 victims and three injured players. Flamengo, which appealed the decision, is already paying families about $1,200 a month. “If the situation is settled with the families, as soon as possible, including the support that Flamengo is already giving, it will be better for everybody,” Ribeiro said. Flamengo's grief was followed by success not achieved by a Brazilian side since Pele's Santos in 1963. The Brazilian championship was won in November, 24 hours after clinching a first Copa Libertadores title since 1981 in a continental triumph which earned a reunion with Liverpool. When the European champions and South American champions met in a single-game version of the Club World Cup 38 years ago, Flamengo beat Liverpool 3-0. Since the 1981 Intercontinental Cup, football has tilted in Europe's favor over South America but the very staging of this seven-team Club World Cup in the Persian Gulf shows where so much of the wealth now comes from in the sport. And it was a Brazilian player prized away from his homeland to Europe as a 19-year-old, initially by Hoffenheim in Germany, who settled this final for Liverpool in the 99th minute. Firmino was still inside his own half when captain Jordan Henderson launched the defense-splitting pass that set Liverpool on the path to glory. As Firmino raced through Flamengo territory unchallenged, Sadio Mane held up the ball received from Henderson. When Firmino reached the penalty area, Mane squared to the Brazilian, who took three touches to control the ball past defender Rodrigo Caio before knocking it into the net. Firmino also struck in the semifinal victory over Monterrey on Wednesday, giving him two goals in as many games in the Khalifa Stadium, having only netted once in the previous 16 games for Liverpool in all competitions. “I couldn't be more happy for him that he could score that goal because ... (of) what this competition means to Brazil, to South American people,” Klopp said. After netting the World Cup winner, Firmino raced away in celebration, ripping off his jersey and leaping into the air. Firmino and his teammates will have to wait some time to attach FIFA's gold Champions Badge to their jerseys. Liverpool anticipates it will only be allowed to be worn in the Champions League, which resumes in February, rather than weekly in the Premier League. It may have to settle with lifting the Premier League trophy in May for the first time. As Liverpool added the world title to its sixth European Cup collected in June, back in England its pursuit of the Premier League was helped by Leicester losing to Manchester City. A domestic title drought stretching back to 1990 for the 18-time English champions is well-placed to end with Liverpool holding a 10-point lead over Leicester ahead of Thursday’s game against its second-place rival. “Liverpool are enjoying their best time in their decade,” Flamengo coach Jorge Jesus said. "They played a tremendous match and Flamengo were excellent also. "We were a match for Liverpool. I'm fully pleased with what Flamengo have done. Brazilian clubs in future will be contenders to European clubs and we have exhibited that today.”.....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsDec 22nd, 2019Related News