There had been murders lately were the perpetrators targeted car dealers.
A number of other car dealers caught off guard and feel insecure as a result.
Here are some tips to share in order for car dealers in Metro Manila to avoid being barbecued.
1. Get the buyers telephone numbers, postal address or even email address, and verify it before conducting business.
2. Photograph your buyers.
3. Have with you one or more assistants to witness the transaction or even record the transaction with a video camera.
4. If the customer wants to test drive, get their IDs such as SSS, Philhealth. Find time to verify the authenticity of the IDs.
5. Test drive within a safe place such as subdivision, and during daytime. If the customers insist in another place, be sure you have another assistant in another car following the car on test run.
Mercato Centrale is Italian word for “Central Market”. Mercato Centrale is basically a food bazaar located in Bonifacio Global City Street.
Great tasting food you have not tasted before can found here. Good way to experiment. Bring with you about 150 pesos or even less.
Sadly, it is only open on Saturday and Sundays from 6 A.M. to 2 P.M.
They are on the corner of 30th street and 9th avenue (in front of The Spa at Bonifacio High Street)
In their website:
Inspired by the outdoor markets of Mercato Centrale in Florence and the Boroughs Market in London, Mercato Centrale at Bonifacio Global City is an innovative weekend lifestyle market with unique, great tasting food finds that you won’t find anywhere around the metro! Mercato also has an extensive selection of healthy and organic fruits, vegetables and livestock, all located in a clean, comfortable, well-ventilated and organized setting.
Visit their website: http://www.mercatocentrale.ph/