Freelancer Philippines reminded netizens that they should write dates for legal and official documents in full format for the year 2020.
In a Facebook post, Freelancer Philippines posted a photo on how to write dates for legal and official documents in full format for the year 2020. According to FP, netizens should write in full format.
The said page was using a day-month-year format as an example, yet they wrote the full year instead of the last two digits of the year. This was because “anyone can change it to 2000 or 2019 or in between any year to suit his convenience.”
In addition, the said page advised the netizens to “don’t write” and “don’t accept” when the date was not yet written in full format.
Netizens thanked Freelancer Philippines for sharing a reminder, yet others had their own insights in connection to writing dates in full format.
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