PCSO warns public vs “hearing” scheme Print
Saturday, 01 September 2018 12:42

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) has advised the public not to rely on the so-called “hearing” scheme in playing  games operated by the PCSO.

Raul M. Regondola, PCSO Zamboanga del Sur Branch Manager,  explained that there is no way one can know or predict what numbers will come out during the PCSO games.

“No cre na hearing cay hende se deverasan,” Regondola said. He made the warning following reports on the public’s reliance on “hearing” in playing PCSO games.

The branch manager explained that if the “hearing” scheme can guarantee winnings, then PCSO  employees will surely be the ones to win since they themselves are betting.

Some of the PCSO games include 6/42, 6/48, 6/55, 6/58, 6/45, Keno, STL and others.

Thirty (30) percent of earnings go to charity.

“Si ya sale man el numero cosa sila ta abla then chamba ese,” Regondola said. (R.G. A A. Go)