Migration from licensed to unlicensed


For the best interest of survival, let's focus on migrating everyone from licensed status to unlicensed kasi mas mag survive tayo pag unlicensed tayo kesa sa licensed, kasi hindi naman protected ng GPH ang proprietary rights natin sa profession eh. GPH is still protecting the colorum (in fact protected by BIR). The CPE is exorbitant. The IPO is subjected to cronyism.

The broker-client relationship (including identity) is protected by professional proprietary privacy rights, hindi pwede i-disclose kasi ma-sulot ang client. Walang privacy guarantee ang BIR na ma protection nila ang client information natin.

Bumababa na ang registration ng Brokers and salespersons sa HLURB and this is a good momentum which is a result of our peaceful advocacy in the past 5 years. Nilalangaw na ang renewal department ng PRC kasi hindi na nag-rerenew mga Brokers ng license nila. When time comes to renew your individual license, alam na natin lahat na susulatan mo ang PRC and BIR and HLURB about these issues. If they ask kung saan ang pera, we tell them na kinita na nag mga colorum ang kita natin at binayaran na ng colorum ang tax na dapat tayo ang nag-bayad. If they would ask for an explanation of the non-renewal of license, refer my name to them. The GPH is most welcome to set an appointment for a dialogue with us -- which I will gladly represent.

Individually, let's make a firm decision not to be led into the slaughterhouse. Let's share our bad experience by telling all broker wannabee that it's not worth it. Let's scrap the RA 9646 for the good of everyone.

Everyone knows the sacrifices I have made in advocating RA 9646, but it just didn't work out. The GPH is corrupted and will never cooperate with our advocacy for professionalization. The GPH is just a leech.

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