PTB has been getting quite a number of feedback from visitors and while we do not claim we know everything in IT, we try to answer each one of them as much as we can.
We then realized it would be better if we throw the question to our regular readers as well as you might have some idea or additional information you’d like to contribute.
So here’s some of the emails we get:
Just want to know if there such a thing as a web or internet police wherein ecommerce scams can be reported and black listed so that others will not fall victim to these cyber criminals? To name the sites its “PSbill.biz” and “spyaxe.net” both are posing as legitimate sites but once you try calling their customer support then you’ll know they are scammers.
hey guys.. ive only been on this forum for a week or so and i would like to commend you on a job well done in keeping filipinos up to date on the current trends in the it genre..
im just wondering tho if you can help me find some articles on this site on how i can or an average juan dela cruz can be more competetive in the business IT arena.. for example, if i have a bisnes here in the phil and i would like to open up in a more profitable market, i.e, like the US or the europe.. i think a lot of aspiring netrepreneur would be delighted to read some paractical do’s and dont’s and some guides, and some technical how to’s..
im referring to something that will explain how i can establish a business here in the phil but accomodates to clients in the US, by rpoviding toll free numbers, (PLDT wont let me have one because i dont have an actual business – imagine me saying this in a sarcastic, moronic, tongue out, with matching rolling eyes expression), on how i can accept payments (visa, mastercard, paypal and checks) from the states to the philippines, the current trends in the e-commerce and so on and so forth.. many freelancer web designer, graphic artist, encoder, and small time manpower provider will benefit on that..
just imagine if i have a webhosting service where i can accept credit cards, paypal and e-checks from the states and give support as well by providing 1-800 virtual toll free number using the voip tech.. actually i found them, but of course, it would be nice to know if i can read something coming from filipinos where i can compare notes with..
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We’re omitting the names unless they do include it in their email.