October 23, 2018

Solved: Bluestack Hyper V issue on Windows 10 Home

Let's get this guide straightforward!

Alright, the scenario is you have been running Bluestack for a long time with your Windows 10 laptop or desktop but lately it suddenly stop and showing an error message like below?



As per error message above, the cause of the problem is the enabled Microsoft Hyper-V in your system and Bluestack provided a thorough guide on how to disable Hyper V thru here: https://goo.gl/hM1YauT . BlueStacks uses virtualization technology and when other hypervisors like Hyper-V, VirtualBox or VMWare are running, it may impair its ability to run optimally.

But upon checking, contrary to the guide, when you go to Windows Features the Hyper-V is nowhere can be found. Hyper-V option is not available or can't be used in Windows 10 Home. Hyper V feature is only available to Windows 10 Enterprise, Pro, or Education version of Windows OS. So, if no Hyper V who is the other suspects? 

First, you need to check if you have VirtualBox or VMWare installed in your system. You must disable them if want BlueStack running back.

Your next step is to check your Windows Defender Security Center settings. Under Device Security go to Core Isolation, turn off your Memory Integrity. What is this security feature all about? The Memory integrity use virtualization-based security to protect your core operating system high-security processes against malicious code attacks. 

How to Disable Memory Integrity

1. Open Windows Defender  Security Center or just open the Windows 10 search bar and type in Core Isolation

2. Go to Device Security and click Core Isolation

3. Turn off Memory Integrity and Restart your computer.


You're done! Now, run your Bluestack and it should be alright.
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September 27, 2018

Epson Universal POS Printer Driver for TM/BA/EU Series & DM-D Display for Windows

Having difficulty in finding the right diver for your Epson POS printer? Well, end your search here! Epson has a free software called Advanced Printer Driver 4 which package includes all drivers for any TM, BA and EU series. All you need to do is download the 80mb installer from this post and extract then, install it then, your printer will be operational at once.


The driver operation has been verified with the following operating systems. 
  •     Windows 10 Pro English 32/64bit
  •     Windows 8.1 Pro English 32/64bit
  •     Windows 8 Pro English 32/64bit
  •     Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 English 32/64bit
  •     Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 English 32/64bit
  •     Windows XP Professional SP3 English 32bit
  •     Windows Server 2016 English 64bit
  •     Windows Server 2012 R2 English 64bit
  •     Windows Server 2012 English 64bit
  •     Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise SP1 English 64bit
  •     Windows Server 2008 Standard/Datacenter SP2 English 32bit
  •     Windows Server 2008 Standard SP2 English 64bit
  •     Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise SP2 English 32bit
  •     Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard SP2 English 64bit
  •     Windows XP Embedded 32bit SP2
  •     Windows Embedded Standard 2009 32bit
  •     Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 32bit
  •     Windows Embedded for Point of Service 32bit
  •     Windows Embedded POSReady 7
This driver is not supported by Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and Windows XP 64bit.

EPSON IM series PC or IBM compatible PC

Supported Printers:
  EPSON TM-T88V
  EPSON TM-T88IV
  EPSON TM-T88III
  EPSON TM-U220A/B/D
  EPSON TM-H2000
  EPSON TM-H6000III
  EPSON TM-H6000II
  EPSON TM-H6000IV
  EPSON TM-J7600/7500
  EPSON TM-T70
  EPSON TM-T90
  EPSON TM-L90
  EPSON TM-L90 Peeler
  EPSON TM-U295
  EPSON TM-H5000II
  EPSON TM-H5200
  EPSON TM-L60II
  EPSON TM-U230
  EPSON TM-U375
  EPSON TM-U675
  EPSON TM-U590
  EPSON TM-U950
  EPSON TM-J7100/7000
  EPSON TM-P60
  EPSON TM-P60 Peeler
  EPSON TM-U120
  EPSON TM-C100
  EPSON TM-T58
  EPSON TM-T70
  EPSON TM-T20
  EPSON TM-U325
  EPSON TM-T86FII
  EPSON TM-L500A Ticket
  EPSON TM-P60II
  EPSON TM-P60II Peeler

  EPSON DM-D110/120/210
  EPSON DM-D500

  EPSON BA-T500
  EPSON BA-T500II
  EPSON EU-T300
  EPSON EU-T400
  EPSON EU-T500

  EPSON TM-T88IV ReStick

The printer driver operates regardless of the printer firmware version.

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May 3, 2018

List : Lenovo Partners / Authorized Service Centers in Mindanao

As of writing, Lenovo has 20 partner establishments within 11 major cities in Mindanao which provides helps for Lenovo customers.

Below is the updated list of authorized Lenovo service centers in Mindanao with address, contact details, and business operation:


BUTUAN CITY

Partner's Name : MICROTRADE GCM CORPORATION - BUTUAN
Address: J. ROSALES AVENUE, Butuan City Agusan Del Norte 8600
Contact #: 085-341 9317
Businesss Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)


CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY

Partner's Name : DATAWORLD COMPUTER CENTER
Address : # 49 Don Tirso Neri St., Cagayan De Oro City 9000
Contact # : 088 857-5484/0917 700 5319
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:30AM-5:30PM)

Partner's Name : GLOBALCHIPS TECHNOLOGIES CDO, INC. -CAGAYAN DE ORO BRANCH
Address : #68 R.N Abejuela St., Divisoria, Cagayan De Oro City 9000
Contact # :  (088)-857-5415, 859-2188 / (088)-858-4032
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-8:00PM)

Partner's Name : MICROTRADE GCM CORPORATION
Address :  092 G/F Ics Bldg. Tiano-Montalvan Streets, Cagayan De Oro City 9000
Contact # : (088)856-4212
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)

Partner's Name : TRICOM DYNAMICS, INC. - CAGAYAN DE ORO
Address:  D3 EV Chavez Bldg., Capistrano-Cruz-Taal Street., Cagayan De Oro City
Contact # : 088)855-5388; 850-1831; 881-6486
Business Hours : MONDAY-FRIDAY (8:00AM:6:00PM)

Partner's Name : Unipace Corporation
Address : 3rd Floor Gaisano Mall, Cm Recto Cor. Corrales Extension, Cagayan De Oro City Misamis Oriental 9000
Contact # : 856-3132/856-8288/0917-549-0287
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-8:00PM)

COTABATO CITY

Partner's Name : NEW RYMN MARKETING
Address : # 15 Sinsuat Avenue, corner Jose Lim St., Cotabato City, Maguindanao 9600
Contact # : (064) 421-3053/09176220488
Business Hours : MONDAY-FRIDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)


DAVAO CITY

Partner's Name : ACCENT MICRO TECHNOLOGIES INC. - DAVAO
Address : Door#11 Dacudao 888 Bldg., Dacudao Ave. Cor. Vinzon St., Davao City 8000
Contact # : (+6382) 305 3273//  (+63915) 6232678
Business Hours : MONDAY-FRIDAY (8:00AM-6:00PM)

Partner's Name : COLUMBIA COMPUTER CENTER - DAVAO CITY
Address: 004 Palma Gil St., Davao City, Mindanao, 8000
Contact # : 9427228518/082-221-1475
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)

Partner's Name : MSI-ECS Davao Branch
Address : Corner Veloso St., Dacudao Avenue, Davao City
Contact # : (082) 282 - 8836
Business Hours : MONDAY-FRIDAY (8:30AM-6:30PM)

Partner's Name : TRICOM DYNAMICS, INC. - DAVAO
Address : Door 14, Pelayo Building Juan Luna Street., Davao City
Contact # : 082-2274137 / 082-2271137/ 09328520658
Business Hours : MONDAY-FRIDAY (8:00AM:6:00PM)

GENERAL SANTOS CITY

Partner's Name :  COLUMBIA COMPUTER CENTER - GENERAL SANTOS CITYAddress :
Address:  New Kaman Bldg., J. Catolico St., Lagao, General Santos City 9500
Contact #: 083-552-6231 to 33/9436888995
Business Hours: MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:30AM-5:30PM)

ILIGAN CITY

Partner's Name :  WIZMASTER COMPUTER SALES & SERVICES
Address : Diocesan Centrum, Lluch St. Iligan City 9200
Contact # : 063-228-0573/ 063-302-4535
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)

MALAYBALAY CITY

Partner's Name :  MICROTRADE GCM CORPORATION (MALAYBALAY CITY)
Address :  Guillermo Tabios Street, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon 8700
Contact # : (088) 221-2346
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)


OZAMIZ CITY

Partner's Name :  JCF TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Address :  53-S Bonifacio St., Aguada, Ozamiz City
Contact # : 088-3190125 / 088-5212333 / 088-5213344
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)

PAGADIAN CITY

Partner's Name :  MICROTRADE GCM CORPORATION (PAGADIAN CITY)
Address : Rizal Ave.,Lumbia District, Pagadian City 7016
Contact # : (088) 221-2346
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (9:00AM-6:00PM)

Partner's Name :  SONJAY MICROSYSTEMS- PAGADIAN CITY
Address : Cor. Alano and Sanson streets pagadian city
Contact # : 062-214-4441(landline) 09096200947(mobile)
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:30AM-5:30PM)

TAGUM CITY

Partner's Name :  ALFALINK TOTAL SOLUTION CORP.
Address : Alfalink Bldg., Rizal St., Magugpo Central, Tagum City, Davao Del Norte, 8100
Contact # : 09171089000/09338529278
Business Hours : MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:00AM-7:30PM)

ZAMBOANGA CITY

Partner's Name :  LENIN COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC.
Address : G/F Yangs Tower, MCLL Highway, Guiwan, Zamboanga City
Contact #: (062)984-0381 / 09363777356
Business Hours :  MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:30AM-6:00PM)

Partner's Name :  SONJAY MICROSYSTEMS- IPIL
Address : Ground Floor, Universidad de Zamboanga Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay Province
Contact #: 062 3335496
Business Hours :  MONDAY-SATURDAY (8:30AM-5:30PM)

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February 23, 2018

TESDA - Sultan Kudarat Enrollment Schedule for 2018

LGU-Tacurong and TESDA Sultan Kudarat is accepting applicants for the TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION and TRAINING (TVET).
Enrollment will be on February 27 - 28, 2018 at the Tacurong City Cultural and Sports Center.

Courses offered are as follows:
DRIVING NC II (25 slots)
PLUMBING NC II (25 slots)
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE NC II (33 slots)
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC I (25 slots)
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING NC II (25 slots)
DRESSMAKING NC II (25 slots)
FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES NC II (40 slots)
FOOD PROCESSING NC II (25 slots)
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (25 slots)
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Wheel loader NC II) *Requirements: driving skill in 4 wheel vehicle and Driving NC II*

PRE-LISTING is accepted at the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWD) but applicant must be present during enrollment.

QUALIFIED APPLICANTS:

TACURONG RESIDENTS
-family enterprises
-indigenous people (IP) and cultural communities
-rebel returnees and combatants
-out-of-school youth (OSY)
-persons with disabilities (PWDs)
-self-employed workers
-informal workers
-women
-senior citizens
-internally displaced persons
-illegal drug dependents and surrenderers
-inmates and their families
-solo parents and their children
-displaced HEI and non-teaching personnel
-employees with contractual/job order status
-cooperative members
-microentrepeneurs and their family members
-farmers and fishermen and their families
-OFWs dependents
-victims of natural disasters and calamities
-victim or survivor of human trafficking
-rebel returnees/decommissioned combatants
-wounded-in-action (WIA) AFP and PNP personnel and their family members
-dependents of Killed in Action (KIA) AFP and PNP personnel
-victims of human rights or their authorized beneficiaries
-beneficiaries of DepEd Alternative Learning System (ALS)
-other beneficiaries that may be identified by the EOs/ROs/POs in close coordination with partners.

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How to Process and Claim Funeral Grant Benefit from SSS

What is SSS Funeral Grant?


The funeral grant is the amount given to whoever pays the burial expenses of the deceased member or pensioner. As of 2018, the amount of the funeral grant mount is ranging from a minimum of P20,000 to a maximum of P40,000, depending on the member’s paid contributions and CYS.

Please note that aside from Funeral Grant, the immediate family or dependent of the deceased member are also entitled to Death claim and SSS pension benefits.

Qualifying Conditions for SSS Funeral Grant

For self-employed/ non-working spouse/ OFW members - the deceased SSS member must have paid at least one (1) monthly contribution, for his/her beneficiaries to be entitled to the funeral benefit.

For employed members and those separated from employment - the deceased must been reported for coverage by his/her employer, even if no contribution was paid, for his/her beneficiaries to be entitled to the funeral benefit.

What are the forms and documents needed in filing a claim for FuneralGrant?


Basic Forms/Documents

1. Funeral Claim Application Form
    -Filer’s Affidavit/Sinumpaang Salaysay

2. SS card or two valid ID cards/documents of claimant, both with signature and at least one with photo

3. Certified true copy of the Death Certificate of the deceased member. Duly registered with the LCR/PSA (formerly NSO) or issued by the Vital Statistics Office/County of host country or its equivalent, if member died abroad. If applicable,certified by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate or PSA (formerly NSO). If not written in English language, with authorized English translation from the Philippine DFA.

4. Original copy of the official receipt from the funeral parlor regarding funeral expenses

5. New residence certificate of the filer

Additional Documents:

Marriage Certificate (Certified True Copy / NSO)
Permit to Transfer Cadaver (Photocopy)
Affidavit of Burial Expenses
Police / Accident Report ( Photocopy)
2 pcs 1x1 ID picture of claimant
Latest community tax certificate (Cedula)


Other Documents:

1. If Death Certificate is not available from LCR or PSA (formerly NSO)
    -Death certification issued by Parish/Church or Burial certification from the Cemetery Administrator, with certification of non-availability from LCR and PSA (formerly NSO)
    - In case of late registration (affidavit at the back of the Death Certificate should be properly accomplished explaining the reason for the delay), death certification issued by Parish or Burial certification from the Cemetery Administrator

2. For missing persons during emergencies and disasters
   - Certificate of missing person, believed to be dead in times of disaster, from the
NDRRMC; and
  - A notarized Undertaking executed by the claimant, in the form prescribed by SSS,
stating that the funeral grant shall be returned to SSS should the member re-appear and proven to be alive

Note: Emergencies and disasters refer to natural and/or human-generated disasters
including terrorism or the use of weapons of mass destruction; e.g. tsunami,
96 flood, landslide, typhoon, earthquake, etc. (per AO No. 2007-0018 issued by the
Department of Health).

3. For victims of air or sea mishap
 - For victims whose bodies were not recovered but whose names appeared in the
passenger manifest, any of the following is needed, in addition to the Undertaking cited in Item no. 2 above:
- Marine protest issued by the Philippine Coast Guard and passenger’s manifest issued
by the shipping company
- Passenger’s manifest issued by airline company
- Marine protest supported by quitclaim or fax messages from the manning agency
regarding the disappearance and authenticated by ER
- Certification from the shipping/airline company or Philippine Coast Guard, or the
Inter-Agency Task Force created by the President of the Philippines
- For victims whose bodies were not recovered and whose names did not appear in the
passenger manifest, any three (3) of the following are needed, in addition to the
Undertaking cited in Item no. 2 above:
- Certification from the ER that the victim has not reported for work from the time the
accident happened up to the present time, if the victim was employed
- Certification from the barangay chairman on the disappearance of the member and a
joint affidavit of two (2) persons preferably immediate relatives of the deceased
member that it is a common knowledge within the barangay that the victim died in
the accident, if the victim was unemployed
- Passengers List where the name of the victim appears, as compiled by the
Department of Interior and Local Government and duly certified by the Chairman of
the Government’s Inter-Agency Task Force created by the President of the
Philippines
- Certification from the shipping/airline company stating that it has recognized the
fact that victim was aboard the ship/airplane during that particular trip
- Affidavit of at least two (2) persons stating that they saw the deceased actually board
or actually on board the ship/airplane on its last, ill-fated voyage
- Duplicate copy of tickets filed by the shipping/airline company, if any
- Coastguard report

4. For missing persons without credible proof of death, all of the following are needed, in
addition to the Undertaking cited in Item no. 2 above:
- Police investigation report (reflected in the police blotter) conducted immediately after
the disappearance of the member that tends to show that the member is already
deceased; and
- Confirmation report from a police authority or other government agency after four (4) or
seven (7) years from the date of disappearance of the member to the effect that the
member has not yet been found.

5. If without Official Receipt (OR) from the funeral parlor regarding funeral expenses, any of
the following:
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- Notarized affidavit of funeral expenses if the service of a funeral parlor was not
contracted, if claimant is an immediate relative of the family
-  Provisional receipt or funeral service contract issued by the funeral parlor, if member is
not yet buried
- Certification from the insurance/memorial life plan company stating that the deceased
member/claimant is the plan holder
- Affidavit of sale executed by the plan holder or deed of sale together with the certification
of availment from memorial plan company allowing the transfer of plan to the deceased
member
- Duplicate copy of OR and duly notarized affidavit of loss executed by claimant
- Certification of loss or non-availability of the duplicate copy of the OR from the funeral
parlor and duly notarized affidavit of loss executed by the claimant
- Certification by the funeral parlor regarding non-payment together with the contract, if
the deceased member was already buried but the funeral services rendered by the funeral
parlor was not yet settled.

6. If member’s cause of death is work connected:
- Report of Death (SS Form BPN-105) together with any of the following:
- Accident report signed by the worker’s immediate supervisor and personnel
manager, in case the accident happened within the company premises
- Record of consultation or hospital report, if accident happened outside company
premises
- Police report on the accident, in cases of accident involving third party
- Certified true copy of the page of the company logbook or any other document
containing the entry for the particular sickness or accident
- Certified true copy of the Medical findings of the attending doctor or hospital
records, if applicable

7. If funeral claim is filed thru a representative (at the discretion of the Branch Head)
- LOA or SPA and representative’s SS card or two valid ID cards, both with signature and at least one (1) with photo.

8. If claimant is the funeral parlor
- Copy of the service contract showing the name, address and contact number of the
person who contracted the funeral service
- Authorization For Funeral Benefit Form

9. If claimant is other than the person indicated in the OR
- Letter of explanation signed by the person whose name appears in the OR stating that
the claimant was the one who actually defrayed the funeral expenses.

Note: Supporting documents, such as Birth Certificate and Marriage Contract, including
late registered documents, should have the following features (per Office Order No. 107-
A dated March 14, 2000):
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- With registry number
- With signature of the LCR or his/her authorized signatory official. The name and
signature of the official authorized to sign the document in the absence of the LCR
must always be indicated. Hence, signature with “For” or “By” is not allowed.
- With date received by PSA (formerly NSO) or LCR
- Without erasures, alterations, insertions or superimpositions whatsoever. Any
amendment or correction in the document should bear marginal notation of PSA
(formerly NSO).
Late registered documents should further contain the following features:
- Duly authenticated by the PSA (formerly NSO)
- The words “Late Registration” stamped on the upper right-hand corner of the
document
- With accomplished affidavit at the back of the document explaining the reason for
the delay
Screenshot of latest requirements for SSS Funeral Benefit


How to Process Funeral Grant?


1. Go to the nearest SSS branch in your area.

2. Ask list of required documents and forms to accomplish from SSS personnel.

3. Make sure you have the Funeral Claim application form, Sinumpaang Salaysay, Affidavit of Funeral Expenses, and Certification Form.

4. Fill out all the needed forms and comply all the documentary requirements and submit it back to SSS.

5. When done, don't forget to ask from SSS of when you can claim the funeral grant.

PS : Don't loss your Funeral Claim Application Acknowledgement Stub.

To be updated soon..
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December 9, 2017

List of Best hobbies to do as a Couple

You know, some good hobbies for couples always involve having fun with your beloved partner, which is absolutely essential for making your relationship last long. As you get out of that honeymoon stage, it may feel as though your relationship slows down a bit and gets a little boring. Feeling bored doesn’t actually mean you don’t love your partner anymore. It is probably just the right time to embrace something new and interesting to do as a united couple.
This is why some hobbies for married couples will help you saturate lifestyle with a lot more fun. Both of you may be into your individual hobbies, but that does not mean you shouldn’t take part in something mutual. Not only will you have an opportunity to appreciate each other on different levels, but a common hobby will also keep your relationship fresh and fun through many years.

What’s more, doing the same thing will give you some new things to talk about. It could give you and your partner a fresh perspective, too.
If you are already curious to know, run through the following hobbies for couples that you can try out starting from now. No doubt, those from meetwife.com will bring you two closer together.

#1 Dancing
If this doesn’t bring the two of you together on both physical and emotional levels, nothing else will. You don’t need to be the best dancer on the continent in order to take ballroom dancing lessons, for example. As a matter of fact, it is way more fun if you completely suck at it! This puts your teamwork under challenge and increases your intimacy.

#2 Bowling
If you got some friends dating or in relationships, establish a Couples Bowling League. It’s always a fun way to escape the four walls of your house and contribute to each other’s growth as a couple.

#3 Gardening
Yeah, gardening is one of the best hobbies for couples, which does involve some painstaking work, but it can actually be real fun. You can plant some fancy flowers together or you can plant and grow your own organic food. Learning this essential life skill is pretty much rewarding and a whole bunch of fun.

#4 Rock climbing
Since it usually takes a few people to go rock climbing, having your lover along will be the best part. You’ll get a 2-in-1 – a workout to take up and get to spend some time together.

#5 Cooking classes
This one is among the most entertaining and useful hobbies couples can do together. You can sign up for a ton of various cooking classes and it’s another excellent way to upgrade your teamwork skills and prepare some delicious food as well!

#6 Hiking
If both you and your lover are pretty much of an outdoorsy type, this hobby is an absolute must. Having a chance to enjoy nature and wildlife with a beloved person by your side can be really beneficial to your relationship.

#7 Photography
This one will engage your creative part of mind and also help the two of you build a solid connection. You can even compare pictures you’ve taken and swap tips in the process of learning.

#8 Astronomy
The night sky spangled with millions of stars is ultra romantic and amazing. If both of you share a love for those things, investing in a decent telescope and going out to stargaze at nights will be perfect as it can be both educational and romantic.

#9 Extreme camping
Well, basically, you head straight into the wilderness and survive a few days without electricity or running water. It might seem really nerve-wracking, but can teach you a lot about one another.

#10 Blogging
Why not start a video blog? Before you do, think of the topics you’ll discuss and then get the idea embodied and both contribute just for fun.

#11 Collecting stuff
Having even a pair of the same things actually means you can start collecting them. It can be hats, coins, some other antiques and really whatever you both can go out and bond over.

#12 Surfing
If you’re literally dying to try out something new or both of you are already into surfing, go do it together! You will be getting a workout, catching some tan, and laughing at each other’s wipe outs at the same time!

#13Tennis
This is a very classy hobby for romantic couples. You will play against one another within some friendly competition or you can challenge other couples. In one way or another, you’ll grow closer and have a mass of fun.

#14 Working out
You know how it is – a couple that works out together, stays together. This not only keeps you in great shape, but remaining an active person has been widely known to boost the sex drive, too.

#15 Learning a new language

This hobby may be beneficial in so many ways! It can be both quite amusing to study together and master up something you can use later, too.
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Featured photo : Couple at Zapata Falls, US | Spring Feb Images
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November 21, 2017

How to get Replacement for Lost or Damaged Philhealth ID Card

In the event that you had accidentally lost or damaged your Philhealth ID here's our guide on how you can get repacement card for free.



1. Go to the nearest Philhealth Regional Office near you. Bring your old ID or make sure you still remember your Philhealth Number.

2. In the entrance, ask the guard where to get priority number ( they will usually refer you to Philhealth Assistance and Complaint Desk (PACD) window).

3. Get request from PACD and fill it out.



4. Submit request from to PACD and ask for priority number.

5. Proceed to Express counter and wait your number to be called.

In just 10 to 45 minutes of waiting (depende sa dami ng tao), the counter will release your new Philhealth ID Card without any charge.

Please note, for this new card to be valid you need to add 1x1 photo and affix your signature before having it laminated.

List of Philhealth Regional Offices and Branches

PRO I - Dagupan
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro1/
PRO II - Tuguegarao
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro2/
PRO III-A - San Fernando
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro3a/
PRO III-B - Malolos
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro3b/
PRO IV-A - Lucena
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro4a/
PRO IV-B - Batangas
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro4b/

PRO V - Legazpi
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro5/

PRO VI - Iloilo
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro6/

PRO VII - Cebu
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro7/

PRO VIII - Tacloban
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro8/

PRO IX - Zamboanga
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phro9/

PRO CAR - Baguio
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phrocar/

PRO CARAGA - Butuan
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phrocaraga/

PRO NCR
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phroncr/

PRO NCR Central - Quezon City
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phroncrcentral/

PRO NCR North - Manila
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phroncrnorth/

PRO NCR South
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/phroncrsouth/

IMAGES
https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/map/p_images/


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