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NBI: No settlement in case vs. ‘illegal swertres operator’

NBI: No settlement in case vs. ‘illegal swertres operator’

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NBI: No settlement in case vs. ‘illegal swertres operator’

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The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said that there will be no out-of-court settlement made in the case involving alleged illegal swertres operation of PF3 Enterprises, a Bohol Tres (STL-Bohol) operator.

According to NBI-Bohol executive officer Atty. Arcelito Albao, they will push through with the case filed against PF3 Enterprises amid claims that the establishment ran a legal operation.

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office small town lottery coordinator Abraham Urubio and PCSO-Bohol manager Rober Cinco had explained to authorities that PF3’s operations were legitimate.

However, Albao pointed out that other than the acceptance of bets for the national swertres draw, which the NBI officer said is illegal based on PF3’s franchise, the establishment also did not make use of point of sale machines.

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The devices were supposedly needed to determine the operation’s daily income, he said.

“Huwaton nalang nato og unsay mahitabo sa kaso nga among gi-file. Akong klaruhon, walay settlement nga mahitabo,” said Albao in front of PCSO and PF3 officials and members of media.

Meanwhile, a separate case will be filed against the PF3 employee who was at the Bohol Tres outlet during an NBI raid of the establishment on April 18.

The PF3’s monitoring personnel was allegedly caught in possession of a high-powered firearm when the search warrant was implemented in Barangay Taloto, Tagbilaran City.

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