Mess Created At Seating Area Of Blk 244 Clementi Ave 5

A member of “COMPLAINT SINGAPORE” had reported to us that since 2018 at the void deck area of Blk 344 Clementi Avenue 5, right next to a staircase area, there are always rubbish left on the public sitting area, and dirtied wall are spotted nearby too. Source: Mohamad F.S. (*full name is masked for privacy concerns) Recently the table and chairs, and the nearby wall nearby the sitting area are newly-painted, but it seems the same group of inconsiderate people are still creating the same mess and dirtied the wall…

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Kids Playing With Fire At Public Place

An anonymous member of our Complaint Singapore Facebook group, sent us a few video clips showing 2 unknown kids playing with fire nearby Blk 44 Sims Drive on 7 June 2020 at around 5.30pm, they shortly left the premise before authority’s arrival.. Under Singapore law, the offence of “Mischief by Fire” under Section 435 of the Penal Code, is punishable on conviction with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 7 years, and shall also be liable to fine. Note: The reason why the anonymous member had sent us…

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SFA Addressing to Video of Man Blowing Into Plastic Bags of Papadums

The Singapore Food Agency – SFA had posted on their official Facebook page addressing to the recent video circulating, showing a man using his bare hands to pack “Papadums” into plastic bags, and at the same time blowing air from his mouth, into the plastic bags, before tying it up for sale. Based on the video post, which was also posted on our Complaint Singapore Facebook group, the reported location was at Blk 724 Clementi West Street 2, however SFA reported there are no such food shop at the vicinity,…

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Declare Face Masks & Sanitisers At Singapore Customs!

Seems like our Singapore Customs are going all out against people bringing in “Face Masks” and “Sanitisers” via various Customs checkpoints in Singapore.. An online Facebook user posted a receipt showing that he was paid an unspecified tax (or duty) of S$25.20 for 7 boxes of face masks reportedly! It is unknown if the said user had failed to declare the masks to the Singapore Customs, but it is clearly indicated on prominent signages, placed before the Singapore Customs Examination points. Here is the text extract from the original post:…

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Fake Fund Raising Campaign

An online Facebook user posted an incident of a dubious door-to-door fund raising campaign, whereby it was conducted by 2 youths, who presented a suspicious looking permit issued by local authority.. Upon some investigation online, it was discovered that the campaign had actually ended and the permit’s validity period was intentionally erased away to hide the illegal act. *Note: All identities are masked to protect the privacy of all parties. Below is the fund raising campaign material presented by the suspicious youths: Here is the extract of the original post:…

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Abandon Dog Found In Fendi Paper Bag

SPCA Singapore is currently appealing for information with a S$1,000 reward, for a case of abandonment of a dog on 9 December 2019 nearby Blk 815 Jurong West Street 81 coffeeshop area. The dog was found inside a Fendi paperbag and has multiple health issues and is currently undergoing medical assessment. Anyone with credible information can call their hotline 6287 5355 Ext. 9, or email to: inspector@spca.org.sg. Information provided will be strictly confidential. You may visit the official Facebook page of SPCA HERE.

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Scam Alert: Civil Service Club’s Discounted Loyang Chalets!

Singapore Police Force shared a Facebook post by Civil Service Club (CSC) in Singapore on 26th August 2019, warning members of a scam involving CSC’s Loyang Chalets at attractive discounted prices.. The said scammer had posted on Facebook Marketplace and groups with the same ad. Below is the original post by Civil Service Club: Below is the Facebook post shared by Singapore Police Force moments ago.. Some CSC members commented immediately to their original post.. CSC recommended the following ways to protect public from CSC Loyang Chalet scams.. How you…

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Scam Alert: S$26k Electric Chair That Can Cure Cancer?

Someone wrote in his Facebook about a business tactics which he strongly suspect is a scam. In his post, he described how an organization conducts talks to persuade audiences (including his grandma) to buy their expensive electric chair that cost a whopping S$26,000 and even claimed “..can potentially cure any diseases like stroke, diabetes, arthritis and even cancer..” !!! It was after countless efforts did the complainant able to convince his grandma not to be “brainwashed” by the sales person.. Complainant would like warn everyone about such practices and hope everyone…

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Fake Harvey Norman Singapore Facebook Ads Circulating

There seems to be a fake Harvey Norman Singapore Facebook ad circulating on Facebook right now, bringing unsuspected victim to an external website (after clicking) to participate in a survey which promises monetary rewards etc.. Based on several sources, the recent scam ad was advertised (sponsored) using “Harvey Norman_Singapore” Facebook page name, which have an additional “hyphen” right between both the wording: “Norman” and “Singapore” as per the screengrab below The scam website is an external one which have no link with Harvey Norman Singapore at all, and once anyone…

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Habitual Malaysia Traffic Offender Entering Singapore!

Many concerned Facebook users had reported a maroon colour Malaysia-registered saloon car frequently travelled between Malaysia and Singapore.. According to sources, the said motor car – BPD 7377 is a habitual lane-cutter and always spotted breaking traffic rules, turning a blind eye towards the law enforcers of both countries! In this latest photograph posted by Facebook user, the said motor car was spotted cutting lane, ignoring the “double continuous white line” on the road, and cut across it arrogantly! A close-up of the said errant car, can clearly see the…

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