Finance Sec. writes to Jack Ma regarding fake stamps on Alibaba

Finance Sec. writes to Jack Ma regarding fake stamps on Alibaba




In the aftermath of the highly publicized seizure of cigarettes with fake tax stamps worth billions of pesos by the Bureau of Customs, The Secretary of Finance Carlos Dominguez III wrote to the chairman of Alibaba.com regarding the website’s listing of digitally printed fake Philippine cigarette tax stamps.

The letter below was address to Jack Ma and coursed thru the Ambassador of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines.


 

Alibaba is the biggest online retailer in the world, surpassing Amazon and eBay combined.

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4 Responses

  1. fake_chinese_products says:

    Bakit ba tayo bumibili diyan sa Alibaba na yan? Economic sabotage yang ginagawa nila. I boycott yang kumpanya na yan!

  2. MrOrange says:

    Actually it is not the fault of Alibaba. just like Amazon, eBay, OLX, shopee, Lazada, items are just hosted by Alibaba, if you look at the image, the actual seller is listed on the right side of the image, yun dapat habulin ng gobyerno. hindi yung webhost.

  3. chillb0i says:

    But all posts should be filtered and approved, ang OLX may ganun.

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