Public warned vs individuals, groups claiming ties w/ PRC
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is warning the public against dealing with individuals or entities claiming to be connected with the PRC, or using the name of its officials, personnel, and/or members of the PRC Boards, either by presenting fake calling cards and other identification cards, including the use of its official logos, for personal or financial gain, to facilitate and/or process the application and/or release of various PRC documents, or in promising examinees to pass the licensure examination.
The PRC said it follows procedures and processes as enshrined in its citizens charter. “The PRC disclaims all representations which are purportedly extended by these unscrupulous individuals.”
The PRC advised the public to report these individuals, entities or groups representing, soliciting, asking money or any consideration, related to PRC transactions, or for facilitating PRC services and any other similar activities to the PRC ARTA Committee at [email protected]
The transacting public is also advised to refer to the PRC citizen’s charter on the requirements and timelines for the release of documents. The PRC citizen’s charter is posted at the PRC premises and on the official website at www.prc.gov.ph..
The PRC will continuously take measures to protect the public from false information and fake documents provided by any unauthorized individuals, groups or entities. – Press release