Grab has 15 days to appeal P10-m fine LTFRB order

Grab Philippines has 15 days to appeal on Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board decision ordering it to pay a P10-million fine for overcharging its passengers.

LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III said if Grab Philippines files an appeal within the next 15 days, the agency is open for reconsideration.

Delgra said Grab has to file for an MR 15 days upon receipt of the order.

“If they will file motion for reconsideration, kailangan nila mag-file within the 15-day period,” the LTFRB chairman said in a radio interview.

LTFRB issued the order against Grab on July 9. It also instructed Grab to reimburse, by way of rebate, all passengers affected by the P2 per minute travel charge from June 5, 2017 to April 10, 2018.

Grab country head Brian Cu, however, said in a statement that the company stands by the legality of the P2 charge.

Topics: Grab Philippines , Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board , Martin Delgra III , Brian Cu
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