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#1 Big_Ed



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Posted 04 January 2007 - 10:43 PM

Im seriously planning to put one, browsed some details on their website but doesnt say how much is the cash bond. Any idea? any tips would be delightfully appreciated TIA :) Sana meron taga pcso dito heheheh :mtc:

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 05:11 PM

bro sa pagkaalam ko may cash bond sa lotto kong gusto magtayo
ng lotto outlet. before 200k ang kailangan na cash bond para ka
magkaroon. as of today medyo malaki na bro around 1 million
na yata as per info. client kasi namin mga lotto outlet dito sa bulacan.
gusto ko nga sana magtayo before pero malaki cash bond pero bawi
naman sana agad. kong may kilala ka sa PCSO mabilis application
but when nobody matagal. palakasan rin kasi. percentage sa kita
monthly lalo na pag may tumama sa outlet mo. malaki rin ang mapunta
sayo. may tumama sa lotto outlet ng marilao 200k ang natanggap nila
na percentage. di ko na lang matandaan kong magkano yong
napanalunan jackpot. ikaw maghanap ng lugar for your outlet dapat
matao para malakas kita at hindi magkalapit mga outlet nio kong meron
iba pa.

sana nakapagbigay ako ng info sau. :mtc:

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 07:50 PM

Hindi ako taga pcso but i know a thing or two about this as i my friend has one.
To apply for an outlet, you need to fill up an application form. What is important there is the proposed location of the outlet. I think they require proof or a contract that the place will be leased out to you or your own.
PCSO will then check the place if it has good traffic and potential. Kung pumasa, then they check the telecom facilities kung mayroon. The lotto terminals are linked online to the pcso main frame in qc. When your application is approved, then you need to secure a bond, i think bond is for pesos 500,000. this bond guarantees that you will run away with your lotto sales. i think the premium is around pesos 6,000 per annum. you may need to secure the bond. gsis is the issuer of the bond.
you earn 5% of sales plus percentage kung ikaw ang nagpatama ng jackpot.
the cost of the terminal and telecom, pcso covers. you pay for light, rent and the salary of your bantay.
i hope that helps.

as to the earlier post of a bond for pesos 200,000. di sa lotto yan, kay dante tan yan. the online game na di natuloy -Best World something something

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 08:16 PM

btw i think you can get the lotto outlet application at the pcso head office in qc

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Posted 19 October 2017 - 03:27 PM

is putting up a lotto outlet still lucrative? 

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