Shopback Philippines; To Change The Conventional Manner Of Online Shopping.

Due to fast pacing lifestyle nowadays, Filipinos are opting the alternative scheme of making life more convenience as possible. By maximizing the full potential of the technologies that are obtainable today – mobile, computer and internet – both selling and buying goods and services has also change.

 Marketplace became electronically connected to the world of no boundaries the so called E-commerce. Unsurprisingly, tons of online stores were established to cater this dramatic change of Filipinos’ needs. We have online food store like Foodpanda, online hotel reservation like Agoda, online fashion store like Zalora , travel booking like Expedia,  and the famous online variety store Lazada , among others. Filipinos can shop at the comfort of their home in just a single click regardless of economic status .In fact, in a short span of time, E-commerce is no longer new to us and we kept on using it as a medium of selling and purchasing; meaning – seemed that online store today is just like a conventional store along the streets wherein we spent cash for a change of goods and services.

Recently, a new company broke the pale way of online shopping and made it more exciting to all online shopaholic. By offering cashback for online shopping, ShopBack Philippines is hoping to help Filipinos save more money while shopping online. The said company already established their name in Singapore (Shopback Singapore) and Malaysia (Shopback Malaysia) as reliable and responsive cashback website.  Providing rebates to consumers when they shop is famous in western countries, but not in Southeast Asia. And so, adaptation of this approach was brought to ASIA by Shopback. It became a breakthrough, not just for the people behind Shopback but also the stakeholders – buyers (users) and sellers (partnered merchant).

Shopback Company’s head quarter is located at 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent #02-18 Singapore 139951. Proudly saying the Philippines will be included in their success as they branch out the country. Their office in Ph is located at 6th Floor, OPL Building, 100 Don Carlos Palanca, Legaspi Village, Makati City, 1229 Metro Manila.

Dynamic People Behind Shopback Philippines (photo by Shopback)

Starting your Shopback account is very easy; I love to share the comprehensive instruction for you to have one.

  1. Go to Shopback.Ph using your favourite browser.

2.Sign up. There are two ways (a).using your email address (b) and using your facebook account. You will be given automatically PHP100 to your account upon signing up and making your first purchase.

3.And finally, verify your email address by checking the verification notice in your email.

Since you already set your account. You can now start to purchase to any partnered merchant. Please be advised , for you to get the cashback, you need  to buy the item or service right in Shopback and not directly to the website/online store of your choose merchant. The merchant will give the commission to Shopback; and Shopback will give it to you.

The cash will be credited back to your shop account which is redeemable via paypal or through the partnered bank – BDO, BPI, sounds great right? After a long day of stressful work , you can now spend your hard-earned money , indulge the purchase items/service and get paid for it. Seemingly, sounds extremely good to be true and looks like there’s a “catch” behind it. BUT ah ah. this is for real....if you’ve been using a credit card and you kept receiving  miles, points and rebates –it is all the same with  Shopback. Frequent shoppers deserve to have it.

Shopback is also available in mobile with a forecasted 100,000 downloads in the next six months. Just download the application in google playstore for android users and appstore for IOS users. This beneficial for you because you can now shop and earn simultaneously, right at the comfort of your own secured zone.

Undeniably, I was amazed by this newly online store platform. It is like a one-stop online shop wherein the list of my favourite online stores is available from A to Z. Last month, I just bought my VR box directly to LAZADA website since I wasn’t aware that Shopback’s operation is already available in Philippines. I felt regret about this because upon learning this, I realised I could get 10% cashback for my Lazada purchase as well as have access to exclusive online voucher codes.

Well.. well ..well. moving forward, I’ll be using now this portal. This has the potential to help me save the most if I book travel-related services online. Shopback gives up to P400 cashback on Agoda bookings and 8% cashback for Expedia ones.. 

If you’re not convinced yet, from 1-8 September, they will be having a build-up sale! Featuring upsized cashback up to 19% and items marked down to P99 and below, this is something you wouldn’t want to miss out. They will also host contests and giveaways including foot peelers, Xiaomi bluetooth speaker, ZALORA gift certificate and Althea beauty box. One lucky spender per day will also be rewarded with a P99 J.CO Donuts & Coffee gift certificate. Sign up now so you won’t miss the chance to save more!

As an online influencer, blogger and youtuber – I need to be tactful in spending my money, and considering Shopback is a SMART decision

Hospital Vlog 4: Fast Recovery In The Hospital, Good NEWS!

At the back of your throat, two masses of tissue called tonsils act as filters, trapping germs that could otherwise enter your airways and cause infection. They also produce antibodies to fight infection. But sometimes the tonsils themselves become infected. Overwhelmed by bacteria or viruses, they swell and become inflamed, a condition known as tonsillitis.

From the day that I rushed myself in to the Emergency Room of St. Luke’s Medical Centre, got admitted and underwent a heavy antibiotic – I noticed a rapid improvement of my condition. I didn’t experience high fever anymore, I was able to swallow soft foods and my appetite bounced back.
They extracted some blood to do a culture test to get the specific bacteria and have it cure with specific anti-biotic. While waiting for the result, they injected me an anti-biotic and it the result was truly amazing; and so, they didn’t use anymore the result because they were able to threat my tonsillitis using general anti-biotic.

Watch the video below as the resident Doctor roves and visits my room to see my condition.

Vlog Episode 8 - Impromptu TV Infomercial Show Challenge.

In celebration of Allan Aban's Birthday, I challenged his visitors and friends of mine for a game – O Shopping Challenge- wherein they will be given a product impromptu and they have to sell it in front of the camera like they are hosting in a home shopping TV. O-shopping is a TV infomercial program aired in ABS-CBN late night.

They were divided into two teams – Orange Company and Kukuro Team. Each team will only be given 0ne minute to conceptualize their show as soon as they received the product.  Indeed, they need to sell their product maximum of 2 Minutes.

Are You Ready?

Watch this Video and Laugh out Loud.

Vlog Episode 7 - Saturday Madness; Top 10 Reasons To Laugh

Laughter is the best medicine. A good, hearty laugh relieves physical tension and stress, leaving your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after. Laughter boosts the immune system. Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease. And so , let us laugh together.

Indeed, this Saturday morning, I will be featuring in my Vlog-   the Top 10 Funny moments with Eddien ( featured in VLOG Episode # 8 ), Sol and Jam (Who are frequently featured in my past Vlogs).

We were inside Sol’s car and recorded some funny moments. We just came from our night shift but still alive and laughing. This video consists of laughter about failures we’ve made on our way home.

Watch the Video Below:

Hospital Vlog 3 : How Much Is My Hospital Bill On My First 24-hour Confinement?

The Claim Adjuster from my Health Insurance visited me in my hospital room to give me a heads up about my running bill on my first day. In a span of 24 hours , my bill is already 51k. "Bawal magkasakit " .

 Watch this video and learn why we need to value our health. Indeed, HEALTH IS WEALTH.

🍲 Where To Eat Affordable Ramen In Malate Manila? Erra's Vest Ramen

Malate is located at the heart of Manila - Zone 076, 1755 Adriatico St, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila . Malate is also on the LRT-1 line, with three stations (U.N., Pedro Gil and Vita Cruz) all being about 1km from most places in Malate. The fare from the airport is P15. This place is famous due to its vibrant night offerings. Aside of bars and sports houses, there is one place wherein travellers and night crawlers are frequently visiting. It is a Ramen House named Erra's Vest Ramen .

Erra's Vest Ramen is just located along Adriatico St. And stone’s throw away from Remedios Circle and lined up with some of the fancier Japanese and other fine dining restaurants is this hole-in-a-wall ramen house. Erra's Vest Ramen is open 24 hours.

If you are in the area, along Adriatico and Malate might as well drop by Erras Ramen. Either make it your jumping point for a night out or your last stop before calling it a day. This is the only place where ramen is affordable, hot and tasty in comparison to the surrounding fancy ramen resto.. . Sure it’s not your high end ramen bar but think about it tantanmen at 100 pesos each and paired with an ice cold beer, good friends and great conversation – well it is perfect.

πŸ₯ What Is Philhealth Claim Form 1 or CF1 and Its Importance?

Today Let us talk Update August 11, 2016 . Today i will be discussing about philhealth claim form 1 or simply cf1. CF1 is a ducoment that needs to be requested directly from your company's HR with an attachment of certificate of contribution and you should submit it to the Hospital's billing department along with the cf2. CF2 is coming from your attending physician.

Specific Reminders for Claim Form 1 (CF1)

A. For local availment, Claim Form 1, together with other PhilHealth Claim Forms and other supporting documents, should be filed within sixty (60) calendar days from the date of discharge.

B. For reimbursement of claims for benefits availed abroad, Claim Form 1, together with other supporting documents, should be filed within one hundred eighty (180) calendar days from the date of discharge. All pertinent documents should be translated into English when confinement is in non-English speaking countries.

C. In CF1 Part III (Member Certification), the thumbmark of the member/representative must be affixed and duly witnessed/assisted by a HCI representative in case either the member or representative is unable to sign the said document.

D. For employed members, CF1 shall be returned to sender (RTS) if the date of signature inemployer’s certification (Part IV, item 4) is more than 30 days before the start of confinement.


πŸš‘ Rushing Myself To St. Lukes Medical Center BGC Due To Acute Tonsilitis.

July 8, 2016 Monday, I ate an ice cream thingy from a fast food resto.

2AM Tuesday July 9, 2016 was my scheduled work technically. Medyo iba na ang pakiramdam ko. I had this fever inside and I can no longer understand my feeling and still I was able to work then. But when later shift 11AM Tuesday when I was about to go home, I decided to rush myself to St Lukes Medical Center. My fever was too high - 40 – and the emergency room Doctor injected me a paracetamol . They also ran a complete blood test and I was diagnosed of having an acute tonsillitis. They sent me home with medications.

 I already decided not to go to work and just rest the entire time. But unluckily the infection in my tonsil went extreme and I can no longer take my meds nor swallow any water. My fever also went up high and I can feel that I need to rush myself back to the hospital.

July 10, 2016 5AM - Confinement was advised to avoid dehydration and to monitor also the infection because possible organism is Streptococcus spp. And they have to culture it to determine the right cure.

ABS-CBN Corp. Launches Unified Hashtag #ChoosePhilippines Persuading Netizens to Find, Discover and Share.

Choose Philippines  is a travel community of local experts and travel insiders that inspires adventurous travels. It is your trusted source for unique and novel Philippine discoveries. it is a subsidiary publication of ABS-CBN Corporation. Indeed, they published articles and travel stories about PH in their website and uploaded videos in their Youtube Channel.

Video : Choose Philippines joins six amazing Filipinos (and Pinoys at heart) as they embark on their own journeys in life by telling their stories of hope, aspirations, struggles, triumphs, joys, and even their pains. #ChoosePhilippines

Recently, the said publication launches the tagline with “Find, Discover and Share when you Choose Philippines”. (a)FIND: Be inspired and inspire the Choose Philippines community to explore more of the country. Add discoveries to your Wishlist or Done That. (b). DISCOVER:Go beyond what is usual. Be the first to discover the undiscovered, take a picture, write about your travels, experiences and share tips on easy, hassle-free trips! (c). SHARE: Share your post, your blog, your Wishlist or your “Done that” on Facebook and Twitter and be the first to spread the word about the best of the Philippines.

Moreover, social media influencer, travellers and bloggers are invited to post about their travel tales in their various Social Media account with a unified hashtag  #ChoosePhilippines and given the chance that your pictures or videos might be included in the next Choose Philippine’s Music Video.  This campaign is to hit the internet in promoting the country’s hidden wealth that is worth sharing for, internationally.

Video: Do you want to share you travel stories? Upload your photos and videos on social media and use #ChoosePhilippines

Foodtrip Under Boni MRT Station, Mandaluyong City. VLOG Episode 4

Boni MRT Station, also called Boni Avenue MRT Station, is a station on the Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 3 (MRT-3). It is the eighth station for trains headed to Taft Avenue and the sixth station for trains headed to North Avenue. It has several restaurants and shops that surround the station, including a public market located across the train station.

Indeed, this public market is a must visit place due to its various foods available that are affordable. In the vicinity, there are wide array of eateries which make the place congested. In fact, the residents of the surrounding condominium and the commuters of Buses or trains are the major target market of the food sellers. Since BONI MRT station is the centre point of Boni Avenue, Pioneer St and Edsa , it is impossible for the food stores to get  low sales.

From street foods like Kikiam, squid balls, and bituka to Lutong-Bahay like adobo and rice, you name it – it is all in here.

Watch My VLOG Episode 4, together with Belle Pueyo and Mellisa Perilla, as we are going to have an exciting food trip under BONI MRT Station.


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