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Sir/ Madam I the undersigned would like to request for a transfer of your. VECO post situated at the entrance of our gate that caused obstruction. We could not post our vehicle inside the vicinity of our house due to this obstruction. Kindly relocate your Veco post at our address St. Loius Ville, Sudlon,Maguikay, Mandaue City, Cebu as soon as possible. Thank you and May God Bless you!
Please remove already the electric post number V0682732 located at Talamban proper. Landmark is beside Petron which is near the corner of SOS and Pit-os roads. This was the same post which has fallen down sometime last week after a heavy rain and which caused the death of your electrician-contractor.
Thanks for any prompt action from your end.
Resident nearby: contact number 3469366 or 0917-5464885
9Asuncion Cabahug Baunsit(01 December 2015 7:39 AM)
Dear Sir ,
There was a fire accident happened in my father's house last Sunday (November 29, 2015) situated in Zone Camansi, Cambogaong Pakna-an Mandaue City. More or less there are 20 houses affected. In this regards, before the repair and restoration of the cabling, we would like to request your good office to relocate the electrical post erected on my father's lot.
We hope to hear your favorable response and soonest action. Thank you and God Bless us All.
I have a question about tapping of power lines. I would like to know if it is actually legal for someone to allow a neighbour who has no power to tap electricity from his house power lines (after the meter)? I have heard many versions of this from VECO personnel only, one says that its is totally illegal and another says yes, it can be done and even offered to do so for a fee...
Can someone please tell me what is legal and what is not.
In our subdivision the lot owner not yet release the deed of sale co'z we have lacking requirements. And i wonder how our two neighbors apply and approved the VECO office even they have no proof of ownership as one your requirements. So somebody asking them to tap, and they allow them and they are more than 10 house tapping in one line. So i want to report in your office to please survey that area located at Gothong Road Homeowners Assoc., Upper Tingub, Mandaue City, the soonest much better. And please kindly check there application on how they approved.
Good Day. This is just a querry on where to report those abusive neighbors who are hacking electricity. Oh My God! we're saving badly to the max yet there are some unscrupulous people who are living to the fullest at the extent of others sharing the total veco wattage consumption?? They are in this frozen products business.. they have 6 fully loaded big freezers, 5 aircons, big electric oven, fully loaded complete appliances operating 24/7 YET THEY ARE ONLY PAYING BARELY 1 to 2 THOUSAND PER MONTH? we neighbors are clamoring when every now and then there is a man checking on their meter with VECO uniform. We know this when their helper braggingly told about their low bill. OMG!!! even lower than ordinary household with no aircon at all???ly Pls address this matter the soonest. They've been in this business for over 7 yrs already and this has been their prctice eversince. The irony is they have neighbor who is working in VECO also. Pls reply in my email add not at this thread for complete details.. thanks! (firstname.lastname@example.org)