What I do not like is Tulfo is really monetizing / capitalizing the suffering of some people. As if we do not have barangays or govt agencies who can handle it.
There is no such thing as Tulfo court. They just sensationalize things. And we love to be entertained by the misery and scandals brought in by these issues. Alternatively, I’d go online just to bash Tulfo and ask them repeatedly to return the 60m pesos they owe. Why is this government not going after them and the likes of Bong Revilla and others who owe the country stolen funds.
In its earlier years, this Tulfo TV program was a good venue for the disadvantaged who have not the resources to hire a lawyer to defend their rights against privileged private individuals and erring government officials
Especially now that we can no longer trust the Philippine National Police and any organization of the government now that Duterte and his circus is running the show allied with the Chinese government that is soon making the country a province of China.
We've been conquered by Chinese businesses and the so called Filipino Chinese who took advantage of Filipinos and has established their residence in our country by making them richer than the real Filipinos.
The program has now devolved into a humiliation and shaming show. I guess it's better than being buried by the powerful legal team of these corporations who could also manipulate the issue using their PR team that uses paid endorsers to twist the stories.
We have a better chance of getting noticed using the services of Tulfo though it is without any doubt that they are using the issue and taking advantage of the brouhaha to gain an audience and monetize in return. They are after all not just a purely public service but a business that needs to earn from the effort. All that clout equals something rewarding just as how the media sensationalize their news to bring chaos that will eventually give them some rewards.
Tulfo was not the answer to Jollibee's issue. The show is overrated, just like the Pinoy teleseryes, that are overacting & overrated as well. All for the ratings and sponsorship. They need to do that otherwise they won't survive. It's all about the audience and sadly we like watching people get humiliated or scandalized as a form of entertainment.
What we need to do is reform the Philippines' justice system so people do not rely on Tulfo anymore
It’s funny when something’s wrong/something wrong can literally be considered a crime tapos itatag si tulfo sa comments, like what can he do? broadcast it? stir up people’s emotions? profit from the problem? It's better than waiting a lifetime from our inutile justice procedures. Only those with money will see justice served. But that will also depend on which side is more financially capable and influential.
Could the Department of Justice send Tulfo a restraining order for his pseudo justice system? His show is like a mockery of the Philippine judicial system. Though we get more results from his show compared to going through the legalities here in the country.
I don't really like how the Tulfo show is becoming a "justice system" for Filipinos. I understand why some would rather go to him but we should remember that no person should have that much say about a situation especially when there are no standard rules or guidelines followed. But it's better than the trash we are getting from.our government. Having to sacrifice getting somewhat publicly humiliated is a small price to pay.
Can we normalize rejecting Tulfo’s Team for meddling with our personal lives? Guys, hindi sila batas. You can reject them. You have every right to be silent and ignore them. Hindi ikaw ang mapapahiya, hindi ikaw ang mapapagod, sila. You can also sue them if they harass you.
But if you are the complainant, you get to have a chance to get some sort of justice as they do offer an opportunity to be heard.
In short, the masses rely on Tulfo to solve their legal disputes because the justice system does not work for them. If you are not among the affluent and influential, you are better off with Tulfo.
To the extent of even waivering it to Tulfo as the Philippines standard of today’s justice system. Our country is in a bad shape now.