Sex in our City: porn call centers flourish in Laoag

WE KNOW it happens somewhere, we know it abounds elsewhere, it is all over the Internet, yet it hurts deeply when it strikes home.  Porn-oriented call centers are here, and growing.

What began as underground operations in computer shops four years ago are now well established and stable.  There are at least four call centers of this kind operating in Laoag City.  Quite ironically, the biggest is located just a stone’s throw away from Bishop Sergio Utleg’s Palace.  Two are in the business district while one is situated within the vicinity of a public high school.  And there could be more.

Similar call centers also existed in Batac and Paoay, but were closed down because they did not have requisite permits.  Though of smaller scale compared to those located in Laoag, some are believed to be operating in San Nicolas.  Who would have thought that activities like these happen even in sleepy towns?

These call centers are not easy to spot, as most of them do not have conspicuous signage.  Their office set-up is not unlike that of a typical computer shop, you would think people inside are just the usual computer addicts, especially because most of them are young.

Mostly funded by foreigners who have local counterparts, these establishments choose to operate here not only due to cheap labor, but more because of the absence of strong Internet laws against online scam and fraud.  “Manggagago lang tayo ng Amerikano, kikita na tayo ng malaki habang nakaupo,” (Just by fooling foreigners, we can already earn big, and we are just seated.) is their trainors’ inspirational mantra to every new batch of call center agents.

The process may sound a bit complicated, especially for non-techies, but I will try to explain to you, in the simplest way I know, how the trade goes.

The agent creates fake profiles in social networking sites, e.g. myspace, and leaves a note that he is alone, or bored, or available, or feeling hot, or all of the above.  Depending on the gender preferences of the client, the agent can pretend to be male or female. If the client is a straight male, for example, a male agent will pretend to be female.  The agent, who has a lot of online personas called ‘bots’, can be shy, wild, muscular, slim, youthful, mature, white, black, Asian, etc., depending always on the fancies of the client.  In creating these fake profiles, the agent uses photos he grabbed/stole from real people who are, of course, unaware that their images are being used maliciously in the Internet.  The more bots the agent creates, the more chances of catching fish.

An unsuspecting person in another part of the world (usually America, Europe, Australia, and even Japan) sees one of these fake profiles and leaves a note expressing interest.  The transaction begins as agent and client engage in a chat.  Starting from a simple ‘hello’, the exchanges end up in everything sexual. The conversation goes until well-cooked (“lutung-luto na”) and the client is all fired up.  Striking while the iron is hot, the agent persuades the client to click a site so they could get to know each other more.  If the client enters the site and keys in his/her credit card details, the sale is made.  The agent then makes excuses and vanishes.  Meanwhile, the client, who paid money to get to know the agent’s persona better, finds himself in a porn site.  The agent, hundreds of pesos richer in commissions, moves on to deal with the next prey.

In most instances, the client is unaware that he is being charged for the click because the agent would assure the former that credit card details are needed only for age verification.  In cases where the client knows that he is being charged, he is billed much more than what he knew he was paying.

Note that during the getting-to-know-you process, the agent must arouse the libido of the client.  This is done mainly by chatting, so the agent must be well-trained to use words, phrases, and symbols that would hit the right spot.  “What is the size of your bra?,” asked a middle-aged European man in one transaction, to which the agent, a skinny teenage boy, replied, “36-B.”  When a gay client asks, “Are you top or bottom,” his immediate reply: “versatile.”

The agent, of course, cannot expose his true self to the client, so when the latter initiates a video chat, the former makes excuses, e.g. “Oh, my webcam is busted.”  Very often though, the agent can see the client on the webcam.  Another boy-agent shares that watching Americans masturbating live over webcams shocked him at first, but it has become normal fare for him over time.  The agent must titillate the client, but must not give all.  Remember, the goal is to sell a porn site.  If the client reaches heaven before he/she bites the bait, then a sale would be difficult to make.

There are even instances when client and agent would bring their relationship outside the confines of the call center.  Under a long distance relationship, the agent would do cybersex with his/her client-turned-lover who would usually send money through “wushu” (slang for Western Union, a money forwarding firm).  In this instance, the virtual has become actual.  Illusion has transcended real life.

This whole scenario disturbs me, dear karikna, because work is supposed to give dignity to the human person.  It beefs up one’s self-esteem and provides a sense of purpose.  “Man transforms work,” says philosopher Karl Marx, “as work transforms man.”  The relationship between hand and sickle spells out the course of history.  Ripping off a cliché, this means, “tell me what you do, and I’ll tell you who you are.”  In the case of these call centers, the person is lost somewhere in the process, somewhere in the equation.  Man is dehumanized.  Man is desensitized.  Man is alienated.

I do not judge these call center agents.  They are even more decent than our politicians as the former deceive sex-hungry foreigners while the latter steal from our impoverished people. This is not, however, a justification to build a society numbed to the wholesale practice of deceit and indecency.

It strikes home, and literally to me.  I have a nephew and a cousin who worked in the industry.  They stopped only when their parents discovered, and to their devastation, these activities.  I am sure there are a lot more young men and women working in these call centers who hide from their parents the true nature of their jobs.

This is an issue I feel very strongly about and I have been giving it a great deal of thought.  You see, I am not really the type of writer who would make exposes and bare revelations.  My job as an opinion columnist is to offer fresh insights on issues and events we already know about.  But because nobody has openly spoken about this, I am thrown into a position, one that I never wished for, where I have to break this story.  Although some colleagues in media and some priests have long been in the know, this issue is yet to be discussed in the public sphere.  And so I am doing this as a journalist, but more as a citizen whose heart bleeds for his community.

The most difficult part in writing this story is in deciding whether or not to name these call centers.  After a great deal of thinking and discerning, I decided not to, and it is neither because I am afraid of their owners nor because I am unsure of my information.  I am holding back, dear karikna, at least for now, as I do not want their employees to bear social stigma.  I do not want them to be branded as immoral, as perverts because I know they are simply human beings like me, like you, like anyone else who wants to keep a job, and selling cyberporn is no doubt better than pushing shabu or stealing.  Their online personas may be fake, but they earn real money from which they buy real food and other real needs of their real families they really, really love.  Many of the agents are college students, out-of-school youth, and single parents, but you will be surprised that among them, too, are professionals who are in between jobs.  Some of them are even former teachers.  Doing a kapit-sa-patalim, these agents are victims, too.   

In my estimate, this underground industry provides at least 700 jobs in the locality.  And the pay is lucrative.  In some of these call centers, regular employees get monthly salaries on top of commissions, but all these are crumbs compared to the money the owners rake in.

It is true that many agents stomach this kind of job because of dire need, but there are also those who are driven by caprice.  An agent I interviewed said most of the dough he earned went to gadgets (mobile phones, music players, game consoles) and in setting up his motorbike.  “Easy come, easy go,” he says of his income.  He eventually stopped because he said he could not imagine feeding his future children with money coming from such job.

Internet pornography is big business.  Verifiable sources reveal that every second, 3,075 US dollars is being spent on pornography; every second, 28,258 internet users are viewing x-rated materials; and that the porn industry has larger revenues than Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo, and Apple combined.  2006 Worldwide Pornography Revenues ballooned to $97.06 billion, four times bigger than the Philippine national budget for 2010.

In line with Governor Imee Marcos’s flagship program of job generation, legitimate call centers are reportedly poised to establish branches here in the province.  At least three thousand positions will be opened if this pushes through.  But training officers from a big call center company in Manila, who were here recently to conduct a training program, warned that legitimate business process outsourcing firms would feel wary to invest in a place where sinister call centers abound.  Because no decent company wishes to be associated with the dirty kind, jobs will not come unless we undo a false start, unless we do it now.

We thus plead to these questionable call centers to work on decent accounts or else close shop, even as we urge government to intensify and expedite efforts to curb unemployment.

As to the call center agents, for whom I only have empathy and compassion, I pray that they would find jobs that affirm their humanity, the deeply-held values of our community, and a tomorrow less hostile we owe our children.

It’s time to logout and reboot.


 

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31 responses to “Sex in our City: porn call centers flourish in Laoag

  1. Ronald Computer

    Forget your morals, principles and good taste… do it like you saw it in porn.

  2. vayols

    The underground economy is invading the net so fast. It has become one of the most lucrative , high-tech economic activity. So another field of economics is in the offing-”Economics of Morality/Immorality”?….. I think Ronald Computer can write on this.

    • hehehe.. Thank you, ma’am. We might want to invite Ronald Computer to be visiting professor if and when this phenomenon becomes so pervasive that it becomes part of the curriculum soon. :)

  3. aian

    The internet, like all other technologies, has extended our natural existence- breaking physical, geographical boundaries. It has provided us the security of anonymity. It has blindsided the intellectual, and the law, who were not prepared for its coming- perhaps due to ignorance or the refusal to understand. Today, we can only point at faults but find ourselves lacking with a weapon to correct.

    Perhaps this is not a question of what we do with technology. Perhaps this is a question of how technology is transforming us. It is the characteristics of the internet AS A MEDIUM that has allowed these events to happen. It is about time that we deal with the internet seriously.

  4. aian

    “The medium is the ma(e)ssage. “

  5. DEL

    Do they really employ people? or just the internet enthusiast whom they offered, you know, as a part time ‘hobby’.
    If you are certain with the information, why don’t you anonimously inform the proper authorities. I understand that, as a journalist, you are bound by the ethical standard of your profession, but you are also a citizen, who is obligated to defend public order and moral. Since you have tackled this already in your column, I think it is better for you to talk to proper authorities to prevent the propagation of this business.

    • Hi del. While it is true that there are now “home-based” practitioners, these companies do employ real people, they even have human resource departments.

      I will not go into details, but yes, I am doing my obligations as citizen and human being.

  6. Enyl Yahg

    I’ve known this ‘trade’ years back as close friends pioneered one of the centers in Laoag City. They trained in Manila, the fund came from an Ilocano overseas with a niece to manage it. I was asked to find a discrete place for their location, although i did not have time to do that. Their first recruits were friends, friends of friends, and yes, they also distributed flyers to students. The pay was lucrative. It was given weekly, base pay and commission. Money was truly easy. My friend was able to buy his own car a little over a year in the business, not to mention the extravagant lifestyle he had to maintain. Yes, it was fraud. The owner banned ‘wushu’ slips in the office. Hell, western union was just downstairs. Some agents who developed more intimate relationships with their clients were given remittance every month! Some who got their client’s credit card used it to reload their cellphones or for personal online purchase. Easy money, indeed.
    The center closed last year I guess. Not because the trade ceased but because the business was so easy to learn that their agents started doing their own “rakets”. And according to one of the pioneers, the sites where they used to invite clients to sign-up were blocked by US. Apparently, the IP address was identified and blocked by authorities. But she remains optimistic that they can spring back to the business. All they need, she said, is a pc, a reliable internet connection and a credit card.
    For the legitimate players in the call center industry, “these” are the ones that ruin confidence and investment opportunities. And yes, it is disturbing, as the value of working and getting paid for a good labor is not just part of the trade. A job should contribute to the development of an individual’s character. Dignity is what defines a worker. The value of money is not even learned. Hindi kasi pinaghirapan masyado kaya mabilis mawala.
    I think the call should not only go to the local government. The state should do something about it. Local centers may close in say 3 or 4 years but the mother centers continue to thrive in Manila. It’s easy to train people. Office spaces are readily available. Capital can flow easily from abroad.
    I guess this calls us to go back to the basics. Cut the roots so the tree won’t grow a branch.

    • william

      It is obviously no one in this blog knows what is really going on… The call centers here in Laoag is totally independent from any your so-called “mother call centers” in manila. If you are trying to imply that the nature of business is like of that drug dealing that you need to find its “roots” you are totally wrong. What do you mean it will ruin the confidence and investment opportunities? it is in fact helping most of the out of school youth and non employed within the locality.. it is sad to hear that most of the graduate dont have any jobs not because of lack of qualification but lack of employment!! it is even sad to hear that even in the government you need to work for free or you need to work as volunteer before you become casual.. isnt that more harsh??? isnt that a sugar coated slavery and human trafficking??? You can say about human dignity, but is dignified when you are working you ass and going through a lot of making “sipsip” or palakasan in the government in order to be permanently employed??? In the call centers you are talking about here in your blog.. .. the percentage of working honestly are more than of those you said scammers and frauds. it would be unfair to generalized , isnt it?? To cite one example.. there 10% are Priest (catholic) who are engaged in sex or even child molestation, would that make them all a molester??? it would be unfair to the 90% of priest trying to be Holy!!!!

      Iam not trying to justify these call centers you are refering to but it is a bit unfair to post such one sided blogs and make a judgement as if you really knew what is happening but obviously in the slightest account you dont really have any idea!!!

      Or you just jealous of what other is enjoying for their hard work?? what is this? crab mentality?? Or you just wanted us to really to basics.. cut potato roots and cut down trees for a living… :)

      Sigh, such a bunch of hypocrites!!!

  7. insiders view from outside

    sad to say my sister is one of those fooled call center agents…

  8. Apple

    Cybersex happens nearly everywhere, but the phenomenon has really flourished in Ilocos, for some reason.

  9. William

    It is true. Adult-Oriented call centers does exists within the city. I personally work one of the biggest so-called call center. But one thing u dont know it is not all about scam and fraud. Your informant obviously one of those who really intend do to so.. what i recommend to you should apply to one of these call centers and iam sure you knew them so you know what is actually happening.. There are so-called honest selling whereby the client is aware of the charges their card are being charged… if u able to see the links they are selling… ( but obviously u havent seen any) it is all included in there. the terms and conditions of signing up for the membership of the website as to when their memberhip lasts and when its renewal and how much is going to be charged. They are fully aware of what is happening. The problem lies is within ur nephew and your cousins who choses to do all their marketing tactics mislead their clients in order to have an easy sale. where in fact based on my experienced they are not being tolerated by the management because there is a big implication to their account that will lead to termination. They never promote fraud sales but obviously your nephew and cousins choses to. Sex is in human by nature. and there is a fine line between conservatism and hypocrites. besides norms are varies and depends what is someone else believed in. Not just you are hypocrite but a judgmental and blabbering baby not having enough knowledge of what are you talking about. peace !

  10. karina

    well i think we are not in the position to criticize those kind of business, don’t pretend like we don’t like going to porn sites.

  11. LESLIE

    who even wrote this article maybe don’t like sex or maybe didn’t have any sex since birth. peace!!!

    let me tell u this Author of the article, Make some SENSE and learn from your own LMAO (Laughing MY ASS OUT)! Don’t make any story you are not popular with!

    If u want u can try to apply to a co-called call center and see for your self and lets find out who will laugh after u find it out!

  12. Remlet

    your true William they all just talk and they dont know what they saying YEAH i am one of the employee of that company that your trying to put the business down… Why? are you trying to establish a call center too? are you afraid of friendly competition? PEACE!!!! well come here and train with us i will teach you how to make a GOOD convo not trying to scammed them or fraud them because here where not trying to scammed and fraud them WE agents are telling them that they are going to pay and we don’t say FREE cos where going to be terminated and its not easy to find a JOB right now… Well if you really trying to put as DOWN well STOP IT and you CANT cos WE dont do WRONG or illegal… give us a better JOB if you really want to HELP us.. LOL(laugh on line) well SORRY but i know you just doing your job and we also were doing our job.. so BLAH BLAH BLAH

  13. Nightmare is my Bestfriend

    I dare who wrote the article to show a FACE of whoever u are..Yes,OBVIOUSLY u didn’t name those call centers yet u tell the places where they are located.And people are not dumb enough not to name those.And why on earth u only been pinpointing one of the biggest call center in the city?I dont even know why u wrote this.For popularity?Or maybe u’ve been craving for attention.If yes on the latter then u won cause u even got me.Alright,you are concern.Is that the right term?Maybe yes.But did u ever ask yourself why for almost 2 years,the company havent been questioned about your so-called scam and fraud activities?U may say because noone has the guts to speak?And what do u want?Media people and the police officers will praise u for what u did?Then praises for you.And about ur “KAPIT-PATALIM” stuff?Thats one of the many things u can do to get someones sympathy.I know about how the whole thing works.How?I have my own ways!I dont have anything against you personally.Yes,they may use someones pic,make a fake profile,flirt with clients,and so on.But what is ur point really?About the porn thing?For everyone to know,agents do CLEAN CHAT.The client is aware how much he will pay unless he is much more than willing to see more and thats how he is charged for extra and thats not the agent’s fault anymore.And ur thing about “Manggagago lang tayo ng Amerikano, kikita na tayo ng malaki habang nakaupo”,as if ur not used to it.As far as genetic is concern,as if HINDI ka PINOY!Those kinds of lines are what we call bloopers.Admit it,filipinos crack words in that way and we get it quickly.Try to rephrase the line considering all the rules in grammar and let me see what u get.I guess the company is authorized to have those sites though.And yes,U dont have the right to judge those call center agents.We as human beings are vain.We are in the most stupid place in the world surrounded by stupid people.And that call center u are against with already helped so many lives.Why do we choose to stop something because we saw there is wrong in it?Why not try to correct it first?U already gave everyone ur idea about what those agents are.U my see agents wearing sexy clothes with big earrings and lots of extra bling-bling on their bodies but who are u to jugde?Its not the way u look,not the way u carry ur bag,not the way u drink,not even the way u speak that counts.Its the DESIRE to earn money..No matter how “papity-effect” u maybe, uve done it.Agents may get easy money but i tell you,they have RULES!They do not just make a profile and hit online users,invite and chat,flirt and have fun,sell and market the product.Guys,they have rules!And i tell u this,LIFE is a BARTER.Someone is always at lost.You may feed ur kids with the money u get from the company,so what?Conscience?Not your fault anymore.You are just being practical.And this kind of work helps reduce perverts in foreign countries.How?Psychology,the only people who the agents can chat with are those bored and looking for online fun,people who wants attention from anyone,people who seeks love and so try the online date.With porn stuff online plus someone to talk to can reduce their ideas to get involved in some pervert stuff.You just dont know what happiness the agent gives to the client.Alright,they maybe temporary happiness but still those moments where someone gave them the attention they lack off can be the best moments in their life.They pay for their satisfaction so whats wrong with that?Its just buying a Prada bag although u know it will cost u.But whats the cost if u will get what satisfies u to death?Too much.I want to end this.I would love to write more..But i dare you,why not live one week not eating a single meal?..And when u are starving to death,try to ask yourself why there is a business like this.Anyway,thanks for you.U just gave reporters something to do,writers to comment on and pass-by readers to laugh at on;)Thumbs up for that!

  14. raRAra!

    Hi,

    I do watch porn, but that’s different when it comes to scamming. The said call center “modus operandi” thing is a scam. Yes it’s a scam for lots of circumstances:

    1. Agent is a poser (full of lies)
    2. The amount being charged to their CC are not the amount indicated in the signing form. (definite scam)
    3. They say it’s a call center when it’s not.
    4. No tickets or licence.

    Actually it’s a lot more, you know that yourselves if you’re one of the said “employees” of this so called call center. lol

    • Ches

      Mr. Yumul and raRara,

      I am a former agent of an outsourcing company in Laoag, though I have moved and worked in Manila for personal reasons.

      Currently, I am working at one of those so called “BIG and LEGIT CALL CENTERS” in Manila. The term call center is actually a misnomer. These companies are called Contact Centers or Outsourcing Centers hence the term BPO or Business Process Outsourcing.

      Well, I must tell you something that you don’t know about the business.

      1. Agent is a poser (full of lies)
      – Actually, most if not all of these agents have their own screen names, be it a Call Agent, a Customer Service Representative, Chat Marketing Agent, Chat Support, Email Support or a Virtual Secretary. Clients who outsource their work usually asks us to use American sounding names (If you are the client, you wouldn’t want somebody named Kulas Magtanggol calling on your behalf). So the one stated here is true to all outsourcing centers.

      2. The amount being charged to their CC are not the amount indicated in the signing form. (definite scam)
      - Even us, Call Agents, don’t know what’s really going on between the client (the one we called) and the client who has contacted us to outsource his product). What we do is stick to the script. So blame the client who outsourced the product, not the agents who marketed it.

      3. They say it’s a call center when it’s not.
      - It’s not, we call these offices BPOs. Even reporters on TV and major publications use BPO when referring to these business establishments. I think that you are just a little bit outdated so you still call them “call centers”. LOL.

      4. No tickets or licence.
      - Tickets? License? I do know that they have a license (I am referring to the one that I have worked with). I don’t know if the other centers here have licenses though.

      I hope that I have shed some light on this.

  15. den

    To the news item—to the one who give wrong info to the public on tabloid and internet .There are lots of call centers right now in the city,but there is no such cyber or illegal doing that involved from the call center what are u talking.You’re just giving a wrong info to the public.Before u publicize an item,you should give as a good convo and not just by talking by the internet.OMG!Show ur face to the public!if u can…if u can’t —your definitely GAY?.you’re just making money from thiS shocking article or How much they gave to you to destroy the reputation of the company?There’s no malicious thing coz were not doing illegal activity but this is a generation right now in a call center.

  16. Byron

    may dalawang kaibigan ako na nagtrabaho sa ganun dati, ni rerecruit nga nila ako e, laki ng kinikita nila dun.

  17. dissMASTER

    fuck the haters….

  18. Remlet

    raRAra baka sinasabi mung FULL OF LIES ay yung mga HOMEBASE dyan na walang bawal? hindi kami kasi ang daming bawal sa amin….

  19. hotmama69

    raRAra! so isa karing employee sa so-called call center. panu pag nasara and pinapasukan mu may madali ka bang trabahong mahahanap? nag hahanap kc ako eh… hehehehe :p

  20. -=_eMjAe_=-

    Hello everyone!! By the way i wish you all to have a very nice moment upon reading this very glamorous article about “Sex in our City: porn call centers flourish in Laoag”… ^_^ well i would like to say something about this article.. Just a little bit comment much more with the “AUTHOR”.. i hope that you had a great time before you post this article.. First of all i know that you are very intelligent enough to put up this thing. Did you ever think twice or more before you post this scandal? are you sure that all this things on your article had enough evidences and further research about what you’ve trying to brought out? Have you ever tried to apply to one of those call centers? or maybe your one of those DESPRATE agent that’s why your trying to damage a good image of these so called “CALL CENTERS”… you should give your self enough space or break for you to clear out you mind and or maybe you should stand in-front of the mirror and ask YOURSELF, “AM I RIGHT TO DO THIS THINGS?, AM I SURE ABOUT MY ARTICLE?, SHOULD I POST ALL OF THESE? DO I HAVE ENOUGH REASONS AND EVIDENCES?…
    BRO i think you forgot one thing, why didn’t you post also you personal pic so that you and you article become more realistic and popular… also wrong information always shown by the media, negative images is the main criteria.. Infecting other young minds…. tsk tsk tsk..

    well done! ^_^ \m/

  21. mags

    the article is so obvious having a one sided page and by the way mind me asking this; at the very beginning of the article the author actually pinpointed a certain place which means hes actually aiming for that so called ” call center ” and the following infos were just supporting lines. i dont know but in my opinion i really smell something fishy on this article

  22. mayen

    “The most durable thing in writing is style, and style is the most valuable investment a writer can make with his time. It pays off slowly, your agent will sneer at it, your publisher will misunderstand it, and it will take people you have never heard of to convince them by slow degrees that the writer who puts his individual mark on the way he writes will always pay off.”
    “Sometimes the things that may or may not be true are the things a man needs to believe in the most. That people are basically good; that honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; that power and money, money and power mean nothing; that good always triumphs over evil; and I want you to remember this, that love… true love never dies. You remember that, boy. You remember that. Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not. You see, a man should believe in those things, because those are the things worth believing in.”
    “You need three things in the theater – the play, the actors and the audience, – and each must give something”
    “No theater could sanely flourish until there was an umbilical connection between what was happening on the stage and what was happening in the world.
    “O world, world! thus is the poor agent despised. O traitors and bawds, how earnestly are you set a-work, and how ill requited! Why should our endeavor be so loved, and the performance so loathed?”-shakespeare

  23. Mai

    Im impressed reading your article… thats your opinion unto what was said to u or from what you’ve heard with those people dedicated to the single purpose of bringing the business to ruin.. well thats freedom of the press,but its lacked of evidence… I wonder whether your story was leading somewhere or not. Initially your article centre of attention was scamming(without knowing the terms and conditions) and then abruptly the focus got transferred to agents who just want Ecstacy from it(not easy, not easy ha) find it yourself…it’s definitely a remarkable work as it promises to be.
    Sounds like u are a SAINT. What would you say if u knew the real thing here. Dont you have scars on your body? prolly u have lots cause u are wearing a naked face not showing your identity…
    Convince us that those suspicious gossips were true against the business, UNMASK… your story is already published and its confirmed. Lets do the real thing here. EVIDENCE, u should’ve talked to the lawyer first before u spread the rumor not just from those rumors… God Bless u

  24. chipmunks

    nice one Mr. Author of the article… u just made the so called call center in front of bishop’s palace famous! im not one of the employee, i work somewhere else… i dont have any sympathy for these agents and what are they doing..but im sure they dont do any cybersex or swindling lol.. well this is all i can say, u started this one.. get ready to face a billion dollar company! i heard that they are now preparing some legal actions against you and your article.. So, see you in court!

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