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Republic Bank’s new system

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first_imgDear Editor,Editor, when will Republic Bank stop fooling Guyanese who bank with them? Every day the dailies carry articles of their unprofessionalism in their failure to bring some sort of relief to its customers.For example, I have not seen my bank account for the past 2 months, since the introduction of their so-called banking platform, which cannot be accessed on my computer as was normally done by the use of the bank security ID card that has numbers to key in when prompted. It was so simple then, now to access your online bank account is very tough because to get the second authentication code that is required, you must have an iPhone or iPad to log in to the Republic Mobile Guyana app to get the code.This is sheer nonsense. Why can’t the ATM bank card, with its 16 digital numbers, be used instead, replacing that of the second authentication code which is so difficult to obtain? Perhaps the authorities will think this over then come up with a resolution.Regards,Albert Persaudlast_img read more

US Embassy Disclosed 7 ‘Stolen’ Vehicles -Witness

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first_imgBy Abednego DavisProsecution’s first witness in the ongoing vehicle thefts case involving some Liberians in the United States, yesterday told Criminal Court ‘C’ that the US Embassy near Monrovia exposed the crime.In his testimony, Saah Saamoi, the commissioner of customs at the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) alleged that he received a formal letter from the Regional Security Office at the US Embassy informing him about two containers heading to Liberia containing stolen vehicles.To prove their claim, the LRA’s customs commissioner said the embassy, as per customs requirement, submitted title certificates and attached police reports establishing that the seven (7) vehicles were stolen from the United States.The US report claimed that the seven used vehicles were identified as Dodge Range 1500 valued at US$40,000; AUDI Q-5 valued at US$50,000; and Toyota Raffle valued at US$21,000.Others were Mercedes C-300 with a market value of US$4,354; Cherokee Jeep valued at US$35,000; Mercedes ML-450 valued at US$60,000; and Jeep Rander valued at US$30,438, Saamoi alleged.Defendants Armstrong Tony Campbell (who resides in the US) and Sheak K. Brown, general manager of Sheak K. Brown Building Materials, Incorporated of Monrovia, are being tried for the commission of multiple crimes that include theft of property, economic sabotage, smuggling, criminal conspiracy and facilitation in connection with the missing vehicles.The report on Campbell and Brown’s initial declaration put the market value of the Dodge Ranger 1500 at US$5,400, the AUDI Q at US$4, 919, the Mercedes C-300 at US$4,354, the Mercedes ML-450 at US$5, 900, the Jeep Rander at US$7, 815, the Toyota Raffle at US$6, 787, and the Cherokee Jeep at US$4, 759.Before that, Saamoi claimed that they confiscated a container with the seven vehicles belonging to defendants Armstrong Tony Campbell and Sheak K. Brown.The LRA commissioner alleged that when they inspected the container they also noticed that the vehicles they claimed to have been imported had different points of origin from what was declared on the form.“All seven vehicles were 2014, 2015 and 2016 models. Besides that, the identification numbers declared by the defendants were different from those on the document in our possession,” the LRA commissioner claimed.“While in the process of penalizing the defendants for false declaration, the US Embassy submitted that letter, which verified that criminality was established,” Saamoi said.The prosecution’s lawsuit alleges that between July 2016 up to and including October the same year, co-defendants Campbell, Sheriff Lasudo along with others yet to be identified, while in the United States, connived with co-defendant Brown and shipped to Liberia seven vehicles belonging to diverse people in the US – without their authorization or knowledge.The vehicles were shipped in the name of Sheak K. Brown Building Materials, Incorporated.“Campbell provided incorrect information about the vehicles to the shipping lines which was placed on the package list invoice, bill of lading and the request for inspection,” the court document alleged.The case continues.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Callaghan’s Electrical launch unmissable weekend sale

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first_imgCallaghan’s Electrical has been dealing in the home appliance electrical business since the early 1970s, with Fintan Callaghan starting the business in Burt with just a few models of gas cookers, washing machines, and fridges. Fintan’s people skills and honesty quickly give him a trusted reputation and the business grew.The Callaghan name became synonymous with home appliances and the Callaghan philosophy.Product-Price-Commitment!1. Product… Selling their customers the products that suits their needs and lifestyle.2. Price… Continuingly working hard with manufacturers to ensure as an independent retailer that customers are the getting the best possible prices at all times.3. Commitment… As time went on, customers knew that buying from Callaghan’s Electrical meant that they were getting a commitment that they could rely on and customer service that’s second to none. It’s these three simple philosophies that have stood Callaghan’s well over the last forty years, and which has resulted in them becoming the major name associated with home appliances in Donegal.Twelve years ago, Callaghan’s joined forces with Europe’s largest Electrical buying group Euronics.This partnership allowed them to expand their product range for their customers, now being able to also offer the TVs and Laptops which previously they didn’t offer. This has also led to the expansion of the premises in Burt to a 6000 sq ft showroom.As their name, business and reputation of providing great products, price, and customer service grew they have now set up a 10,000 square foot showroom next door to Smiths and Halfords in Letterkenny’s Forte Retail Park.With a total of 16000 square foot Retail Show Room displays offering all the latest brands in home appliances from Bosch, Beko, Hoover, Electrolux and also being Donegal’s only Neff and Rangemaster design centres you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.They are also stockists of Trust Gaming Accessories.Even with being Donegal’s largest home appliance centres, Fintan’s same three philosophies remain the most important attributes Callaghan’s Euronics have to offer.To celebrate the opening of the Letterkenny Showroom Callaghan’s are holding a massive opening sale in Letterkenny starting tomorrow, Friday 13th at 10am ending Sunday 15th October. Whether it’s an Apple iPad or Phone, or a Washing Machine you’re after, call in and their expert friendly staff will help guide you through your shopping experience.Fintan and Dermot would like to congratulate Shaun McGee on his appointment of new manager of the Burt showroom and he looks forward to greeting all customers old and new.Callaghans Euronics welcome new store manager in Burt: Shaun McGee, with Dermot Callaghan & Fintan Callaghan.They would also like to welcome new member of staff Andrew Curran who has 15 years of experience in the home appliance retail industry and he is really looking forward to exciting times ahead with Donegal’s leading home appliance retailer.New member of staff in Burt: Andrew CurranFintan and Dermot would also like to take this opportunity to thank all their customers over the last forty years who without them their success would not be possible To get in touch, give the Letterkenny showroom a buzz on 07491 28631/28632, or to call the Burt showroom dial 07491 5615 / 07491 56059.Callaghan’s Electrical launch unmissable weekend sale was last modified: October 12th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BURTcallaghan’s electricalletterkennylast_img read more