Work from home? PAGCOR’s new logo creator office located at a subdivision

Netizens couldn’t stop themselves from questioning the decision of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (LOGO) to accept the design of their new logo.

In a Facebook post, several netizens tried to investigate the creator of the controversial logo, ‘Printplus Graphic Services,’ which received a payment of more than P3-M from PAGCOR.

The suspicions of the netizens have been fueled after they discovered that the company’s office was located inside an executive subdivision in Paranaque City.

Printplus Graphic Services was reportedly owned by Mr. Francisco Doplon.

Netizens questioned why the government made a transaction with a company that does not even have a proper office.

“Grabe to. Hahahaha kami dugo pawis para makipag bid sa gobyerno, tapos ito 3M ganun2 lang. Kalokaaaaaaaa asan hustisya hahaha,” netizen Katrina said.

“Lumabas labas pa kami sa probinsiya namin para maghanap ng trabaho. Nasa bahay lang pala ang pera.” netizen Juan said.

As of writing, PAGCOR and Mr. Doplon have yet to give a statement to the criticisms they were receiving.

It can be recalled that the new logo of PAGCOR was presented to high officials on July 11.

However, while the officials seemed satisfied with the design of the logo, netizens described the new symbol of PAGCOR as a creation of an amateur.

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