An anonymous complainant forward us an incident on a MRT train recently, via our Complaint Singapore’s Anonymous Complaint Submission Form The incident started when two “NORMAL” persons (a man and a lady) were fighting for a reserved seat on a MRT train… Basically there was a commotion, and the lady then took the guy’s photographs.. In retaliation, the guy pushed her away and “HIT” her… at the end of the said post, the friend of the said lady appealed for information about the said man openly via her Facebook… The…Read More
Exotic Taste in Singapore?
An anonymous complaint came in via our Anonymous Complaint Submission form. According to the complainant, she received a What’sapp message with an image showing an unknown man using fishing equipments to fish something unknown. According to her comment, she suspected the man is “fishing for” live tortoise to kill and eat at home. The original comment as follow: So another shocking piece of news was sent to my Whatsapp just moments ago. Shocking enough for me to sit my ass down to type it out. The picture showed an alleged…Read More
Lingering Danger for Pets
An anonymous complainant wrote to us via our Complaint Singapore‘s Online Complaint Submission Form, and shared an incident posted online about a hidden danger lingering on unknown meats on the street, with needles embedded inside.. which may cause serious harm to pets! Original Post Here:“After a recent scare involving hidden needles embedded in Australian strawberrries, I thought the incident had blown over. However, I came across a Facebook post recently which suggested something more sinister . It seems to have inspired some sicko out there to try a similar trick…Read More
Fraud SMS Camouflage As Your Bank’s Mobile Number ?
An anonymous complaint was posted online about someone receiving a fraud SMS from her Singapore bank’s mobile number (or SMS name), informing her that her account is blocked and requires her to click a link and follow the instruction received. Due to that, an amount of S$4000 was transferred to an unknown bank account in Singapore, as claimed by the complainant. The case is currently under investigation by the local bank. Based on the screen shots provided, previous verified transactions with the said bank is clearly visible, which means the…Read More
Vague LTA Rules for Fetching Passengers in Taxi?
Recently, a member in our Facebook group – Complaint Singapore, posted about his encounter at RWS taxi stand.. According to him, he waited at the taxi stand queue, and was a family of 4 adults + 1 child, which is disallowed in normal sedan taxi by LTA (Land Transport Authority), as such, he rejected them, but was verbally abused by the family, until he took out his phone to take video. . The original complaint post is here: I want to complain… Yesterday evening at RWS taxi stand. Indian couple…Read More
Failed Flower Deliveries on Valentine’s Day
An anonymous complainant wrote in to submit a complaint via our webform According to the complaint, a reputable online florist had failed to deliver on time for a lot of flower orders during Valentine’s Day, which is a really big blooper for such a big florist! A lot of angry customers went to the florist’s official Facebook account, and vent their anger by posting comments there.. However, the establishment is quick to response and apologise for the lapses, and even promise a refund by the MD of the Company. The…Read More
Dogs Racism? Is There Such a Thing?
An anonymous complainant submitted her post to us via our Complaint Submission Form In the article, she mentioned that she came across a post where the author claimed that some dogs, in a particular Singapore neighborhood, exhibit certain characteristics alike to humans.. Based on the post, the complainant felt offended as the writer somehow is being racist and openly accusing others, while on the other hand, conveniently exclaimed he and his “furkids” does not give out such “racist” vibes, and are of a “sort of” better moral standard… The original…Read More
Inconsiderate Burning of Incense Papers & Offerings?
A member of our Complaint Singapore Facebook group had posted a case of inconsiderate burning of religious incense papers and offerings at a “non-designated” area or manner. Looking at the photographs posted, it seems that the people are burning religious incense papers and offerings at the driveway of the carpark, right beside a stretch of cover drainage.. without any form of floor protection or containers etc. According to the complainant, it seems he had lodged a complaint with the “authority”, but no action was taken.. The original post message as…Read More
Boneless Fish with Bones?
A member of Complaint Singapore (Singapore Facebook Group) posted an article about someone also share her bad experience with a particular “premium” fish market company. According to the post, the said merchant charges extra “premium” to remove bones from the purchased fish, however, to the dismay of the parent, she found 3 bones in it, luckily she was the one who discovered it while eating. A check online found that the said fish merchant is quite a reputable one! Lots of positive review about them too.. Some comments from the…Read More
Complaint: $12 for 12 Gong Gong?
Are Singapore seafood becoming TOO EXPENSIVE nowadays? A member of our Facebook group – Complaint Singapore, posted a photograph showing that he paid $12 for a plate of boiled “Gong Gong” (or “dog conch” by the English). On the plate, there are only 12 “small” pieces of “Gong Gong”, which means it is $1 each! OMG~ The photograph of the receipt summary clearly shows the price is “GongGong” is S$12 inclusive of GST. The said HALAL restaurant is quite a reputable one in Jalan Kayu, and always crowded with lots of…Read More