DDS blogger Mark Lopez drops P30-B b0mb vs PCSO, demands explanation from agency of money’s whereabout

The foul stench of corruption emanting from PCSO would have gone unnoticed if President Duterte did not win in the 2016 presidential election.

We owe it to the President and the individual bloggers who are willing to put their lives at risk by exposing corruption in all government agencies regardless of the personalities involved.

If we want to pitch in and help PRRD eradicate, if not lessen corruption in government agencies, let us show our support to PRRD and to bloggers like Mark Lopez in their crusade against corruption.

Speaking of DDS blogger Mark Lopez, it seems the brilliant blogger has made it his personal mission these days to expose the alleged corruption at PCSO in the wake of PRRD’s order suspending the operation of PCSO games like lotto.

In his first two FB post, Lopez discussed the PCSO’s business model, the income sharing scheme and the beneficiaries of its revenues to give the public an idea how PCSO works.

In the third installment of a series of exposé versus the PCSO, Lopez made another shocking discovery that should make the blood pressure of the public to rise to stratospheric high.

Are you ready for this?

Well, according to Lopez’s estimate, PCSO had P34.9B allocated to the prize fund in 2018.

In 2018, PCSO had 61 jackpot winners and paid out P3.4BILLION. Do the math and you have?

Yes, PCSO had more less P30B left of the allocated prize fund.

Now, Lopez wanted to ask the follow-up from the PCSO officials, “Where’s the money now?”

Take note, Lopez already deducted all the expenses, including the price winnings for 2018.

Aside from that, Lopez wants to account the money intended for the PSF, which was around P19B, according to his estimate.

You may start reading Mark Lopez’ s full FB post below.

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Part 3

Naghalungkat tayo ng datos sa PCSO and lumalabas po na swak tayo dun sa estimate natin na perang nalilikom ng ahensya na ito.

Nitong 2018, kumita ang PCSO ng P63.5BILLION mula sa lahat ng kanyang gaming operations.

P63.5BILLION buong taon ng 2018 ay katumbas ng P5.3BILLION kada buwan.

Yan yung sinabi natin numero di ba dun sa part 1 ng post natin.

Base jan sa numero na yan, ang naging hatian dapat ay:

55% ng 63.5B ay 34.9B na dapat napunta sa prize fund.

30% ng 63.5B ay 19.05B na dapat napunta sa Presidential Social Fund

15% ng 63.5B ay 9.5B na dapat ginamit para sa operating expense ng ahensya.

Eto ang interesting na numero (check Photo3)

Nung 2018, merong 61 jackpot winners ng mga iba ibang lotto games, at ang total winnings na ipinamigay ay nasa P3.4BILLION.

3.5BILLION OUT OF THE 39.4BILLION PRIZE FUND ANG SIGURADONG NAKALAAN.

Ang tanong – pano na yung yung natirang 35.9B sa prize fund? San napunta yan? If ever dapat may iniiwan o mine maintain na prize fund right?

Ang mga basic jackpot prize pot sa Lotto ay eto

6/42 – P 6Million
6/45 – 8Million
6/49 – 16Million
6/55 – 30Million
6/58 – 50Million

So kelangan at any given time eh dapat may 110Million ang PCSO para kung tamaan ang jackpot eh mainibigay.

Pero di ba lumalalaki ang prize pot habang walang nananalo?

At ayan nga nakita natin na nitong 2018 eh nakalikom ang PCSO ng 39.5Billion para sa papremyo, at nakabayad ito ng 3.5Billion sa mga jackpot winners (kasama dito yung dalawang jackpot winners na naghati ng P1.18Billion na jackpot prize ng 6/58 October 14, 2018 draw).

Malinaw ang allocation ng fund kung saan ito dapat mapunta.

Yan ay in theory.

In practice, nasan na talaga ang pera?

Nasan ang balanse ng allocated prize fund?

Ano ang talagang hatian na nangyayari sa pagitan ng PCSO at yung mga service providers katulad ng Pacific Online at Philippine Gaming Management Corp o PGMC base sa mga kontrata? Ano ang internal controls dito?

At ano talaga ang kalakaran na nangyari sa pamamalakad ng STL? Sino ba talaga ang nakikinabang dito?

San din kinukuha ang mga agents commission ng bawat laro? Sa Prize fund? Sa Opex?

Bakit may printing cost na umabot ng P1.3Billion? Bakit PCSO ang sumagot jan at hindi binawas sa service providers eh wala naman ata sa charter na kelangan mag allocate ng 2% para sa printing? Hindi ba Opex yan? Bakit may separate allocation?

Ang isang malaking katanungan – na remit ba ng buo yung 19.05Billion para sa PSF o Presidential Social Fund?

Magtutugma kaya yang P19.05Billion sa mga naipamigay o naitulong sa mga mamamayan via medical assistance, health support, charity at grants sa mga LGUs?

Yan po MALAMANG ang tinatanong at hinahanap ni President Rody Duterte.

At yan din ang dapat natin alamin…

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