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Will Simcard Registration Act in the Philippines Help Users Getting More Secured From Identity Theft?


What if gagamitin mo ang ID at information ng EX mo para sa simcard registration, tapos gamitin mo ang simcard para mang-scam para makaganti ka sa ex mo na manloloko, tapos makukulong siya. 

Hindi sa binibigyan kita ng idea pero my point is - this Simcard registration process is very smooth and easy but there is no doubt that all of us can be vulnerable victims of identity theft since the sim card registration has no identity verification process except by just sending your ID card by uploading to the network portal, that can be easily stolen digitally.

The sim card registration has a clear intention, but why I don't have faith in this, is because...

I, MYSELF, am an existing victim of identity theft. 

Years before, Sun Cellular was bought by Smart Communications, Inc. and PLDT Home. In August 2022, I went ahead to Smart office to supposedly avail a postpaid plan with a phone bundle, I signed up there and when I was about to pay using my credit card, the representative told me that I can't sign up with them because I have an existing unpaid account with five phones under my name, birthday and ID.

I was shocked, extremely shocked, because how come I have an existing unpaid account if this will be my first time to use a postpaid sim. I can't move... It feels different when you're personally experiencing such predicament. Yung para kang nanakawan ng katauhan. Yung nasa harap ka, pero ang tingin nila sayo isa kang krimenal na tumatakbo sa iyong kinuhang five phones na ni-isa wala kang idea paano nangyari.

"Sir, ito yung time na ang Sun cellular ay nagbebenta ng family package at limang phone ang kinuha mo at di mo binayaran. Bayaran mo muna ito para ka maka avail sa gusto mong plan sa Smart, baka blacklist ka both sa Smart and PLDT". sabi ng representative, habang ako ay nanlulumo kasi nakatingin sa akin ang mga nakasunod sa akin sa pila.

"Paano nangyari yun, first time ko pa lang kukuha ng plan ngayon, and I can prove it kasi I have my ID, credit cards, i can show you my proof of identity, proof of billing and proof of capacity ".  yan naman ang sagot ko.

" sir, pasensya na, di pwede may utang ka pa".

From  then, I doubt that it was an internal job of the employee from Suncell that time, kasi ang bilis pekein ang Proof of Identity, but not the proof of billing and capacity. I asked and wrote a request for an investigation internally sa company nila but until now, wala pa ding action. Two weeks akong na anxiety, at na praning, palagi ko tinatanong sarili ko, who else got my ID card - yung mga nanghihingi ng soft copy ng ID ko via email when applying for loans, credit card, banks, online account, company ko, frens ko, at umabot ako sa point na lahat diko na pinagkakatiwalaan. What if ginamit Identity ko at umutang ng malaking pera, so magkaka utang ako ng wala sa oras. 

Until now, wala pa din resolution ang Smart at walang assistance ako na nakukuha, kahit follow up ako ng follow up. I gave up because Globe and other networks are still an option pero ang mental struggle ko at trust issue arises and you can't blame me for having doubt and losing faith on this SIM card registration process - prone to the Thieves.

BTW, I had traveled to Bali, Indonesia and before you can get an active SiM, you have to be physically present at the registration process when buying the sim, and the registration process have rigid verification.

The Philippines sim card registration act has a good intentions and I adore it. But this intention to minimize the scam and protect the simcard users gave also a chance to the thieves new opportunity to steal someone's identity dahil sa napakaluwag na proseso ( OTP is useless if someone will buy a new sim card and pretend that it is you who bought it). This is supposed to be as strict as getting an NBI clearance because your Identity is at stake.


Basics and Organic ; Aiming To Provide a Healthy Farm-To-Table Food Supply in the Philippines.

Basics and Organic Store Philippines
The Facade of 2nd branch of Basics and Organic at Eastwood Mall.
Accessing organic produce and bringing it to your table is really challenging for time being, especially when you’re residing within the urban zone of Metro Manila where everyone is living a fast pacing lifestyle. All you have to do is just grab what is accessible in your grocery stores, eat what’s in your nearest fast food establishment can offer, and consider it as a norm.  These are routines that we don’t realize that we’re silently and continuously consuming unhealthy foods that contain carcinogens, chemicals, and sugar-inducing nourishments – and thus inaudibly poisoning the body.

Thanks to Basics and Organic, we can now all have easy access to healthy farm-to-table produce around the metro. Basics and Organic is the newest brand that will be selling all-natural and organic products that are made in the Philippines. It will specialize in natural food and essential products that aim to provide healthier options to people. The brand will focus on providing good quality products at a reasonable price. Thus, provide a great after-sales service to their valued customers and partners.

Recently, they just opened a second branch located at Eastwood Mall, 2F beside Red Robin in Bagumbayan Quezon City from 10am to 10pm.  In the next two years from 2023-2024, the company is aiming to have 100 company-owned stores which consist of 50 stores in Metro Manila, 35 in Visayas, and 15 in Mindanao. Moreover, they are also targeting another 100 franchise stores which consist of 50 stores in Metro Manila, 25 in Visayas, and 25 in Mindanao and will continuously expand franchising in the years 2024 to 2025. In the said timeframe, they’ll be launching an E-commerce store, partnered with farmers from 10 to many. From 2025-2026, they’re planning to have a progressive campaign and will be launching the so-called Farm-to-public. From 2026-2027, they’re gonna be opening doors to international partners and touching the neighboring South East Asian Countries.

The company’s mission is to highlight “YES TO NATURE” - supporting a healthy environment for all of us by choosing organic food and valuing the local industry to grow for future opportunities. In addition, ‘YES TO NUTRITION’ - recognizing that organic food contains more vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients. And ‘YES TO PEOPLE - knowing that consumers are looking for reasons to eat healthier food.
Partner growers, and dormant partners of Basics and Organic.
Business-wise, Basics and Organic is a concept of a Green-Grocer specialty store offering All-Natural, Fresh Produce, and Organic products fresh from FARM-To-Table. Now it is Open for Franchise with Promo Package at PHP 388,888 EXCLUSIVE OF VAT! 

Another option, you can join and apply to become a dormant partner. Invest your money and be of help to support the local farmers in areas LUZON, CALABARZON, and MIMAROPA. As a dormant partner, you’’ be getting a Memorandum of Agreement Notarized, a Dormant Certificate, a Discount Card for Product Purchase (5% All-Natural & Basic Category | 10-20% Organic Category), an Income Rate of 12% annually fixed and your principal Investment will be returned after the contract.

You can check the Basics and Organic Facebook and Instagram.

Basics and Organic company's presentation and program.

Receiving out the Basics and Organic Herbs & Spices to elevate my recipe in a natural way.

I really love their spices, you know guys how much I love herbs and spices. I even had a collection of Morrocan spices and herbs in my condo.

๐ŸŒฟBasil Leaves - P129 (20g) 
๐ŸŒฟChili Flakes - P129 (35g) 
๐ŸŒฟOregano Leaves - P105 (15g) 
๐ŸŒฟWhite Pepper Ground - P200 (90g) 
๐ŸŒฟWhite Pepper Whole - P195 (80g) 
๐ŸŒฟSmoked Paprika - P145 (50g) 
๐ŸŒฟTaco Seasoning - P240 (75g) 
๐ŸŒฟThyme Leaves - P120 (20g) 
๐ŸŒฟTurmeric Powder - P135 (55g) 
๐ŸŒฟCurry Powder - P135 (55g) 
๐ŸŒฟAnnatto Seeds - P155 (80g)

Basics and Organic's Presentation and  Buffet Lunch on  December 13,2022 as part of the Grand opening of its 2nd Branch situated at Eastwood Mall.  

Bloggers (left) Jonathan Orrbuda of ilovetansyong.com and  (right) Mr. Alfredo Vedarozaga of runningatom.info.

(left) Basics and Organic Pork Tocino and  (right) Basics and Organic Chicken Tocino

Taste Samples of  Basics and Organic Pork and ChickenTocino.

The glorifying and exciting moment of Tocino Tasting.  

Basics and Organic Products.

Basics and Organic Tomato Paste.

Basics and Organic Creamy Peanut Butter.

Basics and Organic Sweet Peanut Butter.

Basics and Organic Mushroom Chips.

Basics and Organic Blue Sapphire Tea - 10 tea bags.

Basics and Organic Sweet and Salty Vinegar.

Basics and Organic Spicy Vinegar.

Basics and Organic Homemade Mayonnaise.

Basics and Organic Coconut Vinegar.

Podcast EP1: Not Following Parent's House Rule , Does it Mean You're a Bad Kid?

YouTube Creators for Change Philippines,Vlogger,Pinoy Youtube,Youtube Philippines,Jonathan Orbuda,I Love Tansyong TV,Blog,Blogger,Simple Life in Manila Philippines,Microliving Philippines,Life in Small Condo Apartment,Podcast,Webcast,Adulting Tips and Tricks,Parenting 101,Adulting 101,Life Experiences,Pinoy content Creators. In this episode, Jonathan Orbuda and William Pombo Talk about following their parent’s house rules. When you’re a rebellious kid, does it make you automatically a bad kid? In addition, they’re also going to talk about the new movie on Netflix – The School for Good and Evil, and why we must embrace our bad side. Jonathan will also share his memorable experience during his first year in a call center where-in he was a victim of a so-called fabricated story. Listen to this podcast and surely you’ll enjoy and simultaneously learn from their personal experiences and thoughts in life.

๐ŸŽค Piano in the Dark - Brenda Russell | Male Cover.

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    When I heard the version of Gigi De Lana's Piano in the Dark, I got LSS (Last Song Syndrome) on the said song. I search on youtube for an instrumental low key and I was recommended by the algorithm to watch the version of Jex De Castro. It made me more in love with the song and decided to have my own version.

    Here is my own rendition:

    My favorite male interpretation by Jex De Castro:

    My favorite female rendition by Gigi De Lana:

    Listen to the original version by Brenda Russell:

    ๐ŸŽค That's What Friends Are For. (COVER SONG).

    ๐ŸŽค That's What Friends Are For. (COVER SONG).

    ๐Ÿ“ฆUNBOXING GONE WRONG! + Nasira ang aking Induction Cooker.

    Vlogger,Pinoy Youtube,Youtube Philippines,I Love Tansyong TV,Blog,Blogger,Simple Life in Manila Philippines,Microliving Philippines,Life in Small Condo Apartment,Induction Cooker for small condo apartment room unit,single burner induction cooker,dowell induction cooker review,Tarawa Induction Cooker Review and Unboxing,Affordable Induction Cooker,Multifunctional Induction Cooker,Life in Condo,Living in Manila City,Pinoy Product Vlogger,Vlogger in Mandaluyong City Hello Tansyong Lovers! In this Unboxing Vlog Episode, I will be sharing with you the newly-purchased Induction Cooker that I bought from Lazada. I bought a new Induction cooker because my old one is no longer working. Unfortunately, this Unboxing has gone wrong. Watch this vlog and find out why! I hope you’ll enjoy it.

    ๐Ÿ›’Where did I buy thishttps://bit.ly/36EOqmO

    ๐ŸŽฅRelated Vlog Episodes: 1. Unboxing Dowell Induction Cooker - https://youtu.be/JwHLRv4VMgw 2. Dowell Induction Cooker Review- https://youtu.be/MiaIJXTw0OI ๐Ÿ‘ฉ‍๐ŸณHONEST REVIEW | My First-Hand Experience Using Dowell Induction Cooker IC-377. - READ MORE https://www.ilovetansyong.com/2021/07/Honest-Review-Dowell-Induction-Cooker.html Also Available on Facebook Watch - https://fb.watch/6P5k-zI-QV/ Also Available on IGTV- https://www.instagram.com/tv/CRcfnKMneqb/

    TRAVEL GUIDE: The Surfing Stretch of Bagasbas Beach, Daet , Camarines Norte.

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      About Bagasbas Beach.

      Bagasbas is a barangay in the municipality of Daet, in the province of Camarines Norte. Its population as determined by the 2020 Census was 5,660. This represented 5.07% of the total population of Daet.

      Bagasbas Beach Resort is located along the long stretch of Bagasbas road and faces toward the Pacific Ocean. So, no wonder why it is one of the popular top surfing spots in the Philippines due to the waves that are given by the said ocean adjacent to it. Bagasbas Beach isn’t the typical white sand beach with emerald waters you’d see plastered in magazines and shown on TV ads. However, people go to this part of the Camarines to test their mettle on the waves. The gray-sand beach is a destination to either improve your skills or learn how to surf. Depending on the season, it is the ideal place for beginners and those with experience.

      How to go to Bagasbas Beach?

      Nearest Airport: Naga Airport (Camarines Sur)

      BY AIR
      • There are no direct flights to Daet, the jump-off point for the beach. The nearest airport is in Naga City; you can catch a direct flight to Naga from Manila. Travel time is around one hour.
      • Once in Naga, board a van (P210) or bus (P180) bound for Daet. The trip will take around two to three hours.
      • Once in Daet’s town center, you can ask a tricycle to take you to Bagasbas Beach. This costs around P50 one way, but only takes a few minutes.

      BY LAND
      • You can also take a bus from Manila to Daet; this costs around P769/way. Manila to Daet by bus takes at least 8.30 hours depending on the traffic conditions. 
      • Once in Daet’s town center, you can ask a tricycle to take you to Bagasbas Beach. This costs around P50 one way, but only takes a few minutes.

      You may also consider checking the group package in Facebook groups. Usually, the joiners are weekend travelers or backpackers who work during weekdays and escape the city during off from work. This is advisable because it is more convenient because of its point-to-point travel via land. Most of the time, a group in a van leaves on Friday night and arrived in Bagasbas morning. 

      Where to Stay?

      9 Best Hotels near Bagasbas Beach.
      1. Asia Novo Boutique Hotel – Daet; is located at Barangay VI.
      2. Mirasol Residences –located at Magang.
      3. Hotel Formosa – located at Barangay VI
      4. Nathaniel Hotel – located at Pamorangon.
      5. Pineapple Island Resort – is located at Camambugan.
      6. Dolor Hotel - located at Barangay VI.
      7. Joe’s Hotel –located at  Camambugan.
      8. Daves Suite - located at  Pasacao.
      9. Asia Novo Boutique Hotel Daet – located at Barangay VI.

      Review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

      Bagasbas Beach may not have fine white sand like other popular destinations in Palawan, Cebu, Bohol, or Boracay, but its main draw is the waves. People go to this part of the country to improve or gain surfing skills. You can get lessons for a few hours or days during your stay or bring your own surfboard. What I also loved about this beach, it is not similar to Baler wherein there is only a narrow beach where you can swim and after a few meters, it becomes sudden deep with a very strong current. As a beginner in surfing; even if you swim far away from the beach with your surfboard- it is not deep, you can still reach the sand using your feet and it helps you a lot to relax whenever you’re anxious about getting drowned. 

      You may also consider mingling with the locals and surf instructors, they’re friendly and may give you some tips on where to stay and eat – the cheapest way possible. 

      Joggers and Bikers usually make the beach their last stop to rest and refresh.  But if you’re looking for water sports and air activities aside from surfing, there are establishments along the beach that you can ask for parasailing, among others.


       *songs included

      • - In Your Eyes - George Benson
      • - Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You - George Benson
      • - Exchange of Hearts - David Slater
      • - Just Once - James Ingram

      ๐ŸŽ‚ Heavenly Desserts by Dorothy - One of Puerto Princesa's Best Cafes.

      Blueberry Cheesecake.


      ๐Ÿ“ŒLocated in Goldraz Building, Lacao St, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines - is this restaurant/cafe specializing in cakes, bread, and pastries that serves yummy hot meals and gourmet. Location-wise, they're very accessible along the street. Meanwhile, Heavenly Desserts by Dorothy bread are now available at Medisina.Ph Drugstore. They are located at the Skylight Building along Rizal Ave just in front of the Security Bank. 

      SM Puerto Princesa and Robinsons Place Palawan branches are also OPEN!

       ๐Ÿฐ If you want a great experience with moist cakes without the Starbucks' price tag on it,  this is the place to go.

      ๐Ÿข The place is air-conditioned, so you can take advantage of it because Puerto Princesa  City is really hot. The cafe has this barbie-type of motif which is surrounded by pink details, the nude color woods, and a few earth-tone walls. There are tables for two, a sofa with a coffee table for a group and they also have tables and chairs outdoor. 

      Moist Chocolate Cake.

      ☕Mississippi Mud Pie Frappe.

      Butterscotch frappe.

      ⛵ TRAVEL GUIDE: The Hot and Relaxing Water of Malbog Sulfur Spring.

        Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring

        Malbog Surfur Spring is located in  Brgy. Malbog, Town of Buenavista - a 4th class municipality in the province of Marinduque, Philippines. 

        This famous Malbog Sulfur Spring can be found at the base of Mt. Malindig volcano (also known as Mount Malindik and Mount Marlanga) - a large potentially active stratovolcano on the island of Marinduque in the Philippines. It is the highest peak on the island having an elevation of 1,157 meters (3,796 ft) above sea level. 

        Since it is situated at the base of the said dormant volcano, no wonder it has warm to hot temperature water that contains sulfur. Sulfuric water is believed to cure skin diseases like acne and has an undeniable soothing effect. Despite its rotten-egg-like foul, many locals and tourists visit this place for body relaxation and healing of skin conditions. Some are even bringing home bottles of sulfuric water.

        How to get to Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring?

        Ricjoseph Buenos Aires and Jonathan D. Orbuda - discussing the expenses.

        VIA AIR:  MNL to MRQ

        Marinduque Airport is located in the Municipality of Gasan and you can book through Cebu Pacific Airlines. MNLto MRQ has three scheduled flights in a week - Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, departing from NAIA Terminal 4. The flight only takes 45 minutes. 

        You can get to Brgy. Malbog Buenavista Marinduque by a local jeepney from Gasan to Buenavista. But you have to wait 20-30 minutes timeframe for the jeep. If you have no luxury of time to wait for the jeep as a “chance passenger”, rather deal with a local tricycle driver for a certain amount to bring you to Malbog. The distance between Gasan to Buenavista is 14 Km by road. 

        VIA FERRY:

        Option 1: RORO is one of the convenient options when going to Marinduque by sea. Jac Liner has daily direct bus trips to Marinduque and the terminal is located in Cubao, Quezon City. I suggest if you can book early, the bus departs at 4:00PM from Cubao to Marinduque. Meanwhile, if you’re going back to Cubao, the bus leaves at 2PM daily from the Town of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque. 

        Speaking of RORO, the fare of PHP900 already covers the bus, ferry, and terminal fee because you don’t need to worry as the bus will onboard the ferry, and the ferry will bring the whole bus to Balanacan Port in the Town of Mogpog. This bus will drive all around the province dropping off the passengers in six towns.

        Option 2: From Manila ride a bus heading to Dalahican Port, Lucena. With a bus fare of PHP 280, there are a lot of bus companies available bound to Lucena 24 hours, all you have to make sure is to ask the bus company if they’re going to directly go to the port of Dalahican to drop off the passengers or just in Lucena Bus Terminal; because if the bus won’t go directly to the port, then you need to ride a tricycle going to the port. On a positive note, if you've ended up in the bus terminal, at least, you have a chance to grab a heavy meal as numerous eateries are available. 

        From Dalahican Port, ride a ferry; it can be Montenegro or Starhorse Shipping Line to Balanacan Port with ferry fare and terminal fee.  

        Once docked at the Balanacan Port, you can ride a jeep heading to Buenavista and advise the driver to drop you off at the Malbog entry point. 


        1. The admission charge is 50 pesos only.
        2. Cottage/Kubo with table 200 pesos.


        • Hot springs are a rich source of sulfur and their healing benefits include treating skin irritations and infections such as rashes and eczema. Sulfur-rich hot springs are also thought to help treat dry scalp, arthritic pain, and internal problems such as menopausal symptoms and digestive disorders
        • You have to walk and cross the river before you reach the actual hot spring. During the rainy season, it is a bit challenging to bring a car or even a tricycle due to its muddy and slippery way.
        • I suggest bringing your own cooked foods; or if you are planning to cook your foods there, or have a barbeque, make sure to bring your kitchenware, and cooking gear because I don’t see any nearest establishment (store or restaurant) that you can run to. 
        • I also don’t see any accommodation available. So, an overnight stay is not advisable. 
        • If you’re not into the smell of sulfur, then refrain from soaking in the pool because it is really extremely stinky and the smell will remain in your hair even after washing and shampooing. 
        • There is an area that you’re not allowed to go to because it has extremely hot, that can even cook an egg. It is like a water well but according to the locals, it is more of an exhaust. 
        • There is a building with three rooms, I am not sure if they accept guests who would like to stay.
        The river that you need to traverse to reach the entrance of the said resort.



        I really love the greeneries when you turn your head above looking at Mt. Malindig. I also love the water as it is clear but it has green color due to alga. I am not sure who maintains the resort- if it is the local government unit or privately owned but I must say, it is kinda neglected. 

        The place is relaxing and away from the noise, so I can say, It has the potential to be a world-class tourist spot if the government will focus on developing the resort. The hot and sulfuric water and the green environment are the advantages –those can be utilized to attract more local and international tourists if developed well. 

        Maritime Students From the Province of Romblon travel to experience the sulfuric water of Malbog. 

        (Left to right) Mer Irene Ondoc, Normarie Villamater, and Ricjoseph Buenos Aires; together with the topless Maritime Students,

        The Hot and Relaxing Water of Malbog Sulfur Spring.

        The surrounding before entering the resort,

        ๐Ÿ”ดLIVE: Wednesday Afternoon Rush.


        How To Start A Youtube Channel? RSVPFor Free Webinar.
        ๐Ÿ‘” When: 3rd June 2022; 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

        In this webinar, in partnership with Training Vision Institute, - leading adult education and consultancy organization based in Singapore;  ๐•ต๐–”๐–“๐–†๐–™๐–๐–†๐–“ ๐•บ๐–—๐–‡๐–š๐–‰๐–† shares his experience in running different online platforms, and how he got his YouTube channel started when there are no opportunities available. As a content creator for almost 10 years, how did he keep his creative juices flowing? What are his sources of creativity? 

        Jonathan will talk about all of these and how to be a YouTube content creator not just by theory, but by first-hand experience.

        ๐ŸŽฆ VLOG: Watch Repair and Buying Stainless Steel Ring.

        Hello Tansyong Lovers! Another raw vlog is up - for today's post.

        Aside from the Mechanical Automatic Watch that I am frequently using lately;  I also have my Quartz Watch digital display that was set aside for a long time that needs to be serviced in a repair shop. I went to the nearest watch service shop located in MRT Shaw Station. Meanwhile, at the shop,  I was stumbled upon the stainless Steel Ring displayed at the repair shop and decided to buy one since it is affordable.


        ๐Ÿ” Wizard's Chef Burger House Highlights Homemade Greatness and Online Games' Characters.

        Wizard's Chef Burger House is located along Halcon St. Near Barangka Market Mandaluyong City. It is a burger house that highlights homemade burger products and alike. Their menu is very innovative 'coz they use the characters of online games such as Clash of Clans to name their products. 

        Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

         WATCH THE VLOG:


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        Pure beef Shawarma and homemade pita bread ๐Ÿ˜ Small 75php 2pcs Large 120php 2pcs
        Pure beef Shawarma and homemade pita bread ๐Ÿ˜ Small 75php 2pcs Large 120php 2pcs

        ๐ŸŒถFriday Buffalo Wings๐ŸŒถ 6-8 pieces per order For only P110 best for pulutan or ulam
        ๐ŸŒถFriday Buffalo Wings๐ŸŒถ 6-8 pieces per order For only P110 best for pulutan or ulam

        Deep fried pork ribs with spicy salt! ๐ŸŒถ Good for 3 persons for only P125
        Deep-fried pork ribs with spicy salt! ๐ŸŒถ Good for 3 persons for only P125

        Feed your Korean heart with their Classic Korean Corndog!

        Fly high with these chicken wings ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป Flavors: Classic Buffalo, Lemon Pepper, and Smokey BBQ.
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