Miyerkules, Marso 15, 2017

How To Use Jinio? (Courtesy of BPI)

Are you one of the angriest individuals wondering why online stores like Amazon, Ebay, Etsy, and others aren't shipping in your respective countries (including here in the Philippines?). But not this time, since Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) has launched its newest offer to its cardholders especially for those netizens who love ordering from US online stores.

Recently this month they've announced that we Filipinos and/or BPI cardholders, can order from US online stores via Jinio, considering that the cardholder is of good credit standing. Not only that, BPI offered a 15% discount for the shipping charges from Jinio (US) to Xend (Philippines).



So the question now is, how does it really work? (Well, I'll walk you there through later). But we need to know what is Jinio first?

What is Jinio ?

Jinio (A Xend Solution) is an online merchant that provides forwarding services allowing customers from the Philippines to shop from U.S. online stores using a personal mailbox (PMB) which will be assigned to your account.

Okay, then how does Jinio work?

I've broken down into steps:

Step 1: REGISTRATION OR SIGN UP!

1-A) Visit this website: http://jinio.com.ph

1-B) Click the SIGN UP NOW button.


1-C)  You will be asked to sign up for three options: Facebook, Google, or Email.



1-D) In this example, I chose the Email button. You need to type in your basic information in order to proceed usch as First Name, Last Name, Email Address, Password, Mobile Number, Gender, and Interested Categories.


1-E) A popup box will show and ask you to verify your account.


1-F) That's it! You'll receive a Jinio Welcome Email saying:








Sabado, Oktubre 1, 2016

My Kick Off Post!

Hello everyone! This is my kick off post for my newly created blog (courtesy of blogspot.com). I really want to share with you my very first travel in Japan last year. It was really awesome having the opportunity to visit different places like Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka together with my Mom!

For my first day, we dropped by at Nagoya's Sakae, one of the famous places to go shopping for your stuffs. 

Photos from Sakae? Apologies I forgot to take a picture because I was very busy with my window-shopping hobbies! Haha. :) But, do not worry, I took a snapshot picture via Google to let you have a better glance of Sakae. 
For my second day, we went to Kyoto's historical places like Kiyomizu Temple, it is known as an independent Buddhist temple in eastern Kyoto. The temple is part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji and Otsu Cities) UNESCO World Heritage site . (Full info can be viewed at Wikipedia's site: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiyomizu-dera )

   
After the Kiyomizu invasion, we went to the Golden Pavilion, it is also known as Kinkaku-ji, and is a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. It is one of the most popular buildings in Japan, attracting a large number of visitors annually . It is designated as a National Special Historic site and a National Special Landscape, and it is one of 17 locations making up the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto which are World Heritage sites. (Full info can be viewed at Wikipedia's site: https: / /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinkaku-ji )


Then my third and last spot was at Osaka's Universal Studios! Here's my mandatory jump shot! XD




That's all for now folks! I'll post my other pictures from Japan next time. :)