This November 2013, we intend to lead a change at anawangin and nagsasa tourism. Watch out for these changes for the coming weeks. It may not be ideally smooth but we’re positive for the changes deemed necessary. These changes are collaborated mostly from the surveys we have conducted from our guests. We thank them (and you) for taking time to answer our short surveys in order to improve our services.
We’re really excited for these changes! Join us mold the right attitude and boost anawangin and nagsasa tourism!
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I have shared previously some ways you and I can use to avoid scam. Just a quick review these are follows: 1st – If it’s too good to be true decline! 2nd- Ask Google! Have you googled already your query? 3rd- Do they have UPDATED SITE or BLOG? 4th- Dig further! 5th- Bank transactions is better than money transfer mediums.
You may view the said post by clicking the next phrase, “Easy wasy on how to avoid scam“.
Today I shall add further tips.
Challenge for a video discussion! This is very essential especially if we’re talking about huge sum of fund. Be bold and consistent that you’re serious in knowing the person you’re trying to deal with. After all, it’s al l about connection. It’s about bridging your needs to them. However be cautious of not showing much need as they’ll create a bate.
In the course of my personal study, Continue reading More Tips On How To Avoid Scam!
Please note that this is primarily written for those who are shopping around trying to find a legit deal with their getaway but may also apply in various ways.
Let’s move forward!
Some of our guests in Love Ko Anawangin had this negative experience being scammed from unknown people or institution. Hence they are quite skeptical with anyone they are trying to transact with. And so I thought of sharing some tips which I’m explaining with them which I hope would be beneficial to everyone.
1st – If it’s too good to be true decline! This also applies for those who are offering or being offered with various investments with no risk with a guarantee “fast and high return”. A lot of people are being scammed simply because everyone seems wanted to be rich quick or in other words “The return of investment is quick with HIGH INTEREST”. Continue reading Easy Ways On How To Avoid Scam!
Sa tuwing ako’y napapabisita sa Anawangin. Madalas ko pong marinig sa mga bangkero sa Pundakit and salitang “sulot”. They have experienced numerous times of preparing overnight for their upcoming guests but end up being “Nasulot”. Kung baga, nag hintay sa wala. They end up tired preparing for their tour to Anawangin Cove for nothing. The boat, life vest, tents and other inclusions are ready but their beard have grown long waiting for once again, nothing. Nakakalungkot na close na ang deal pero “nasulot” ng iba sa San Antonio.
Ang “Sulot” po ay salitang kanto na ang pinakasimpleng ibig sabihin na akma sa usaping tio ay “Pang-aagaw” or dili kaya’y “Pag-nanakaw”. On many occasions I have heard this bad habit which is apparently originating from Pundakit spreading over San Antonio. Of which I would like to address today. Continue reading Sulutan Sa San Antonio! A Bad Habit!