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Republic Act No. 10909 also known as “No Shortchanging Act” now a law


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The law mandates businesses and establishments — yes, that includes your corner sari-sari store — to give exact or even excess change to customers. 

A P500 fine awaits first-time offenders of the “No Shortchanging Act”. The second offense will incur a P15,000 penalty, along with a three-month suspension of the establishment’s license to operate. Three-peat violators will be slam-dunked with a P25,000 fee and a cancellation of the business’ operating license. 

Change has finally come literally! lol

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