Issue of April 7, 2019
Mt. Province

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DOLE warns public vs job, livelihood fraud
by DOLE release

The Department of Labor and Employment is warning the public against groups and individuals using the DOLE Integrated Livelihood and Emergency Employment Programs (DILEEP) to defraud money from those who want to avail of the assistance.

In an advisory, Labor Sec. Silvestre Bello III said his office received reports of irregularities in the implementation of the DILEEP, particularly the collection and solicitation of money from would-be beneficiaries by using the agency’s beneficiary profile.

“The DOLE does not authorize any individual or group to collect or solicit money to avail of assistance under the DILEEP. We strongly condemn such practice and recommend the public not to respond to such solicitations,” Bello said.

He said DOLE is not asking for membership and transaction fees in facilitating the processing of pre- and post-project implementation documents.

Bello urged the public to report any information about individuals or groups using such scheme to any regional/provincial or field office of the DOLE in their area.

The public may call the Office of the Regional Director at (074) 443-5339, 443-5338, 0945-803-6231, 0921-931-9564, 442-2447, 0945-803-6326, 0921-931-9028 (Baguio-Benguet field office), 0945-803-6319, 0921-931-9026 (Abra field office), 0945-803-6324, 0921-931-9025 (Apayao field office), 0945-803-6325, 0921-931-9024 (Ifugao field office), 0945-803-6327, 0921-931-9023 (Kalinga field office and 0905-239-5839 and 0921-931-9563 (Mountain Province field office).

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