Why Lazada?

Friday, February 22, 2013 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

Lazada is an online shopping mall. You can find Lazada in 5 countries in southeast asia (Philippines, Indonesia, Vitnam, Malaysia and Thailand).
It offers a wide-array of products and provides a convenient, worry-free online shopping experience with - FREE SHIPPING AVAILABLE, 7 DAYS RETURN, and CASH ON DELIVERY on selected areas.

With Lazada, consumers can shop anytime, anywhere and find the best deals in mobiles & tablets, computers & laptops, consumer electronics, cameras, home & living, toys & babies, fashion & accessories, beauty & healthcare, travel & luggage, sports, and books, music & movies!

Payment Methods: Cash on Delivery or Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard)

Things I like about Lazada:
1)First, Free Shipping Available

Lazada offers FREE shipping nationwide within the Philippines for orders Php 1,000 and above. Lazada is commited to offering low shipping rates for orders below Php 1,000:
Metro Manila – Php 55
Outside Metro Manila – Php 99

2) Next, 7-Day Return Policy

Say goodbye to "No Return, No Exchange!" At Lazada Philippines, you have up to 7 days from the receipt of your package to process a return at your own costs. Just fill in the return form, send the item back in its original packaging, and we'll be more than happy to process your return.

For defective/damaged and wrong items, they will refund you the delivery costs. For further inquiries, please contact them at www.lazada.com.ph/contact/. You may contact them any day of the week even on holidays!
You may also get the answers to your most urgent questions at their Help section.

3) Lastly, Lazada offers CASH ON DELIVERY!!!

Lazada accepts Cash on Delivery (COD) nationwide. With our COD option, you can pay for your item when it gets to your doorstep. Simple. Secure. Hassle-free! Enjoy having a peace of mind when you purchase using COD.

-Maganda ito sa mga wala pang credit card like me ;)

PS: Soon, perhaps sa summer, after this semester, oorder ako dito. I like ordering online. Yung mga gamit ko sa photography, yung iba dun ay online ko binili. Wala lang, ang sosyal lang for me. XD. May dadating na LBC sa bahay nyo tapos may pipirmahan ka, bongga. HAHA! I can buy any Nikon Stuffs here sa Lazada. Hmmm... at may type akong sapatos e. Pero this summer nalang talaga. Wala pang time. So, ano pang hinihintay nyo? Order na.


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Lazada's Contact Number: (02) - 795-8900

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My 12 Chosen Senatorial Candidates

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Here is the list of my 12 chosen senatorial candidates. Although I am not into politics, in fact I really don't give a FUCK  to politics and I did not register to be a voter, me and my classmates in my social science subject are obliged to list our 12 senatorial candidates as an assignment. Ughhh. Anyways, here they are.

1.       Richard Gordon
Gordon mainly focuses on tourism. He was the author of National Tourism Policy Act of 2009 as well as the Automated Election Law. Chairman of Philippine National Red Cross. Lastly, Gordon established and developed the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority which gave so many investors to the country. Also he is a UP Diliman graduate. Impressive, isn’t he?

2.       Eddie Villanueva
Founder of Jesus Is Lord Church, which makes him trustworthy than other priest who wants to join the politics. He is also a UP Diliman graduate and an activist, impressive too. He plans and wants to empower, emancipate, and educate the people. The most important thing is that he eagerly wants to eradicate bad governance.

3.       Edgardo Sonny Angara
Graduate of London School of Economics and Political Science as well as of UP Diliman. Brilliant. Submitted many important bills and laws such as Salary Standardization Law. Topped the list of "prolific and hardworking members of the House of Representatives".

4.       Loren Legarda
Cum Laude graduate of UP Diliman. During her first six years in the Senate, Legarda authored legislation benefiting women's and children's rights. Also she is active in environmentalism.

5.       Bam Aquino
Summa cum laude of Ateneo De Manila as well as graduate of Harvard. Chairman of National Youth Commission.  Bam received so many awards that proves that he’s worthy to be voted.

6.       Teodoro CasiƱo
Relentless fighter of corruption and government abuse. Casino's main advocacy is the lowering of prices of electricity, oil and water as well as regulation in the price of education, healthcare, mobile communications, toll fees and other basic utilities and services.

Graduate of University of the Philippines. He focuses on the poor, the youth and cooperatives.

8.       Francis Escudero
He previously served as a member of the Philippine House of Representatives from the 1st District Sorsogon, and as the Minority Floor Leader of the 13th Congress of the Philippines on his third and last House term which all make him trustworthy to be a senator again.

9.       Ernesto Maceda, Jr.
Graduate of Harvard and Ateneo De Manila. He launched consumer protection programs and established trade relations with various Eastern European Social countries.

He is a recipient of the 2007 Ten Outstanding Young Men award for the category government and public service. Also, he is philanthropist, which perhaps an important attribute of a senator.

11.   Grace Poe
Graduate of University of the Philippines.  As the daughter of FPJ, who ran in the hotly contested 2004 Philippine Presidential election, she plans to continue her father's dream of serving the Filipinos by focusing on Poverty Alleviation; Opportunities for Children; Electoral Reform.

Graduate of UP Diliman and PMA, which describes him as a disciplined person. He stood up against Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s corrupt and oppressive regime, and was incarcerated for almost 7 ½ years. As a senator, he is the 4th most productive senator in terms of the number of bills and resolutions filed, totalling to 734 bills and resolutions, 30 of which have been passed into law. He is a recipient of 23 assorted merit medals, campaign ribbons and badges.

ps: just click their names to get you to their wikipedia. errrrrrr, kung ano yung nasa assignment ko, nandito sa blog. ^_^. We are restricted to only 1 page of bond paper.

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