By: Elena Grace Flores
A simple act of kindness has made BPI Savings Bank’s service exceptionally good – may it be done voluntarily by security guards or acquired through effective training sessions. The firm but courteous assistance of these men in uniform made customers want to always transact business with the bank. It’s like dealing with someone you know. Take the case of this one caring gesture that can improve the well-being of humanity:
I thought at first that the guard was simply giving the umbrella back to the ATM user – and I was quick to assume that she accidentally left it in the bank earlier….
I was actually wrong! The guard voluntarily shaded the lady customer from the intense heat of the noon time sun – using a BPI red umbrella!
Amazing…and it goes on and on for male and female ATM users alike. Indeed a nice sight to witness at BPI Shorthorn Branch, Project 8, Quezon City, Philippines. Keep it up guys!
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By: Elena Grace Flores
Beware of this Family:
BF International Barangay Case No. 683-13: Lorna Mildred Cervantes (pictured on the right) did not pay 4 months rent amounting to 46,000 Pesos, 7,000 Pesos Meralco bill and 5,000 Pesos Maynilad bill.
She also brought with her the TV stand which is supposed to be one of the collateral exchanging it with 3 dysfunctional electric fans when intercepted by Casimiro Village Phase 3 security guard. Nonetheless, she still managed to remove all the electric lights of the apartment and the provisional fire extinguisher.
Ma Laarnie Cervantes Fernandez alias Lally Fernandez who’s husband is a taxi driver also did not pay 8 months rent while staying at Mrs. Ponching’s apartment at Casimiro Village Phase 1 as reported allegedly by the KPM association of Casimiro Village Phase 3. She moved in with her sister Lorna Mildred Cervantes at Casimiro Village Phase 3 where there were petitioned by the Homeowners Association to be evicted due to operating small businesses without permit using the apartment, parking a taxi inside the village without sticker, storing their things in the place and living there without the approval of the owner.
She was all the while the support of her sister during the eviction process sighting that legal processes take time and they can benefit to stay for free until the case has been executed.
After they were evicted from Casimiro Village Phase 3, an alleged motorcycle buyer of John Paul Cervantes (pictured on right), the son of Lorna Cervantes complained that the vehicle that they bought from his small vehicle buy and sell business did not have proper documentation thus preventing them to change the ownership. He was terrorizing the security guards during his part-time stay at Casimiro Village Phase 3 as per the guards’ log book report.
Also, a legal notice from the Bank of Makati (A Rural Bank), Inc. was also received at their vacated place for Ronnie Jeorge Carbungco Santos for his delinquent account that remained unpaid! Contact RECEIVERS AND LIQUIDATORS to verify c/o Mr. Bernard San Fernando Tel Nos. 02 6333931 or 6384446.
They may look like a decent family but beware…it’s just their tactic! Tough times can often make a family financially unable to pay their responsibilities but with Lorna Cervantes’ family, it’s their way of life – and they just cover them up by giving free food to their followers or throwing parties and get together including some drinking sessions!
Don’t be their next victim. Call to check the authenticity of this report at Barangay BF International c/o Barangay Secretary Nelly Angana, Joan Fortich and Executive Officer Richard Lacson Tel No. 02 8202016 Case No. 683-13 Elena Grace Flores vs Lorna Mildred Cervantes.