A new website has gone live and will no doubt be jammed full of people who have been scammed by corrupt taxi drivers in the Philippines.
The site says that the LTFRB will then take action on each complaint – even contacting you for more information on your filing.
So the next time a taxi driver tried to dupe you, or add on an addition charge for ‘traffic’ or ‘long haul’ or some other type of made up story, just get your complaint heard on Taxikick.
Every city has its corrupt taxi drivers, so get out there and start complaining and stop expecting someone else to cure your woes.
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