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Capture, extradite those included in '5-6' loaning plan – DU30

The legislature is venturing up its crackdown on nonnatives occupied with the infamous "5-6" cash loaning plan to facilitate the torment of poor Filipinos.

Amid Monday's Cabinet meeting, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said President Duterte requested the capture and extradition of nonnatives involved in the questionable cash loaning plan.

"Sobra na yan. Pautangin ng "5-6" (financing cost) tapos bentahan pa ng mahal na mga apparatus. Patay talaga ang pobre dyan (That is as of now excessive. They loan you cash with a "5-6" premium and offer apparatuses at a high cost. The poor can never survive that sort of plan)," Piñol cited the President.

The President has coordinated with Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. to illuminate the Indian Ambassador in the Philippines about his choice "to stop the usurious loaning plan in the Philippines," Piñol said.


“They are violating Philippine laws by indulging in a money-making business without the necessary permits,” Duterte said.

Piñol noticed that around 50,000 bike riding Punjabis have been charging high loan costs in their cash loaning offer to borrowers in the nation. At the point when a borrower owes a P5,000 advance, they are compelled to pay P1,000 interest for a month gathered each day. A man who owes P1,000 under the "5-6" scheme needs to pay P30 a day for 40 days or a sum of P1,200.

"The high financing costs, be that as it may, have brought about hardships for the borrowers who could barely pay up the advances," the agriculture secretary said.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said those occupied with the "5-6" loaning plan can be captured even without a warrant in the event that they don't have business permit and other government necessities.

The enthusiasm for the "5-6" loaning action is lawful after the nullification of the Usury Law and the removal of the interest ceilings, he stated, “but we could not accept that kind of interest.  In civil cases, the courts do not recognize that usurious interest rate.”


To control reliance on questionable loaning plans, Piñol said the administration has put aside an underlying P1 billion to give simple access to credits to little businessmen.

The President guaranteed to allot extra subsidizes for small scale loaning in all areas when the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) and the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) dispatch their income to the national government.

Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez has watched the "5-6" loaning plan multiply because of the failure of government loaning organizations to give a simple access facility to little business people.

"Sec. Lopez said DTI has effectively planned a scheme on the most proficient method to stretch out delicate credits to little business people with an interest of 20% consistently, payable in one year," Piñol said.

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