CLARK FREEPORT — The Clark Development Corporation (CDC), in a statement issued today, denied the circulating reports on the imposition of a P200 monthly fee for delivery riders within the Freeport.
According to the CDC, this information is false and has no basis in fact or form.
CDC said it did not issue and approve such imposition and will not, in any way, collect additional fees from delivery riders entering and exiting the Freeport Zone.
“Our Security Services Group (SSG), particularly, the Public Safety Division, is now conducting further investigation on this matter,” CDC said in the statement.
CDC recognizes the delivery riders’ dedication to service and their contribution to enhancing the experience of our guests, visitors, residents, and employees within the Freeport Zone.
“We strongly urge our stakeholders and the general public to avoid spreading and engaging with unverified information. Formal communications and guidelines are only released and made available through our official website and social media pages,” it said.
For questions or urgent concerns, the CCD urges the public to contact (045) 599-9000 or dial #1232.