The easiest way for us to receive information is by email. This allows
us to process your request or suggestion in a way that we can prepare
the correct reply before communicating. But we know that it may not be
your easiest method. Our email addresses is shown above and on most of
the web pages we create. Feel free to use our email address..
The second (quick method) to contact us is by TEXT (cell phone texting).
The person that monitors the "text" number is Barry Doolittle, the founder of
our school, an instructor, and consultant here. He is an older retired USA
and is sometimes slow at replying but he does not let a text message go
unattended. Use that cell phone text number when you need. The number is also
shown on other web sites
we advertise on.
Our TEXT number is: (+63) 919-308-2934.
If a student or support person answers be sure you tell them who you
are, who you want to speak to, or what you are calling about. Tagalog
is welcome but English is better. Be sure
to leave a message if the person you need to speak to is not available.
This is our least liked method because it does not give us time to
process your request and does not leave a computer tracked identity for
the call/communication. It does work if you be sure and let the phone
ring at least 10 times before giving up. We DON'T run to the phone
just because it rings so be patient. We value our training, client
work, and other responsibilities more than a ringing phone.
If you have paper items that have little value to a mail thief
you can send them through the regular mail system. Do NOT send any
valuables like money. Those of us that live in the Philippines are
patiently waiting for the Philippine postal system to get it's
problems of mail theft solved. If you mail your item(s) at the Masbate City,
Philippines Post Office it has a very
good chance of reaching us. Our post office box is only 1 meter away
from the postal clerk's window and they seem to be pretty good at
being honest about our mail.
Our mailing address is:
PO Box 6, Masbate City 5400, Philippines.
In the Philippines it is tradition for people to just walk into a
business unannounced and expect service. Most major business have to
hire guards at locked doors and provide large numbers of chairs in a
large room for people to wait for (some time hours) their turn to be
serviced. WE DON'T DO THAT! We are in the modern communication
business using the Internet. We are doing important work and have
offices, dealers, and students working from their home in many places.
We want to have our students be undisturbed and well trained.
We want to give our clients professional International class service
with a product that the cost is so low that it's almost FREE. We can
not do these things with unannounced walk in traffic. If you have a
need to visit us at one of our physical locations we will evaluate
your need and make the appropriate appointments to service you. Our
locations are not a "secret" but we do not advertise them to the
general public. We are well documented, registered, certified and seriously in
business to serve the Philippine society. Make arrangements BEFORE you visit
us because we are NOT a tourist attraction.
FAX Service is not available. Experience has shown that modern serious
businesses can communicate with us without duplicating the paper waste
at our expense. We can arrange methods for you to scan and email your
We do not have street signs marking our physical locations. Most
folks in the neighborhoods that our people work know who we are and
what we do. We are not an organization that uses the traditional
street sign as advertising. If you need to visit one of our
locations please make an appointment and we will give you easy to
find land marks and a physical address.