People are still at it.
Bad people that is.
A reader asked us to inform everyone about people selling fake United BF Homeowners Association, Inc. vehicle stickers.
The reader said that her boyfriend was victimized by one Korean selling resident stickers for P1,000 and that the sticker he bought was a fake.
“My boyfriend was apprehended by BF guards for the fake sticker and was penalized P500,” said the Alabang Bulletin reader.
Please do not buy stickers (resident or non-resident) from people not connected to the UBFHAI.
For sure, they will be fake or not registered with UBFHAI’s database and guards are now more aware of these “fake” or “surplus” stickers.
This has been a practice for some years now as UBF stickers are infamously known for being too expensive and evil people take advantage of motorists who want to get a better deal.
Maybe UBF can make their stickers cheaper?
Or motorists should stop patronizing individuals selling fake stickers.
We heard non-resident stickers cost P1,500 (wow!) while those living in Tahanan can get them for P600 (uhm, why is it cheaper for them?).
We can’t blame people who want to get cheaper stickers but we highly discourage doing this. There are better ways to protest.
At any rate, we reiterate, do not buy stickers from people who claim to sell them at a cheaper price because the stickers are probably fake or are not registered at the village association’s database.
Only buy from the clubhouse.
We hope these people selling fake stickers get caught too.
We don’t want to think what will happen when criminals get hands on these stickers and get access to the village and the houses there.