Close Call on a PHV

An angry mother posted a complaint in Facebook (and was shared in our Complaint Singapore Facebook group too) about her daughter’s bad experience with a PHV driver on 3rd February 2020, at around 10am. According to her daughter, the said PHV (Private Hire Vehicle) driver at first drove her to nowhere, and at one point, demanded her daughter to sit in front with him, however she refused and insisted the driver to send her to school.. The driver then have no choice and sent her to school at the end.…

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Car Rental Company Went MIA

A Facebook user posted a complaint (which was featured in our Complaint Singapore Facebook group too) and reported a Singapore-registered car rental company went “MIA – Missing-In-Action”. He had rented a Audi A5 car from the said Singapore Company on 9 March 2019 for a period of one month, with an agreed rental of S$2000 per month and a refundable deposit of S$3000. However, after the car was returned after the rental period, the said car rental company did not refund the deposit till now and went uncontactable. Despite several…

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Appeal for Information for a Hit and Run Accident

A female driver is appealing for eye-witness or any recording of a case of hit and run accident on 13 Jan 2020 at about 5.30pm to around 8.30pm at Blk 3 Toh Yi Drive open carpark area, lot number 81. According to her, her blue Honda car – SMM 5290 Z suffered a serious damage on the right side front bumper area by some unknown party. She had since lodged a police report. She is hoping that anyone with any information will come forward and contact her directly. You may…

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Bad PR By Singapore Japanese Restaurant?

A diner recently posted his bad experience with a case of Salmonella, and had suspected contracting it from a Japanese restaurant in Singapore. Even though a complaint was reported to SFA – Singapore Food Agency, and a sample was taken from the said Japanese restaurant, nothing unusual was detected, other than an unregistered food handler was found at the unit. Based on the latest updates by reliable source, the unit was found to be “satisfactory” standard in the food preparation process etc. However what seems not really appropriate is the…

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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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Unlucky Victim from a Fight at JB Customs

An unlucky Facebook user had posted online in regards to an incident at JB Immigration, BSI – Bangunan Sultan Iskandar, whereby there was a fight between a Malaysia-registered Van – WLN 4018 and a Singapore-registered car – SMF 1806 A. According to the post, during the fight, the complainant’s car was damaged as the fight happened right beside his vehicle. Complainant then informed when he tried to approach to claim damages from both parties, the Singapore-registered driver was very uncooperative and drove off abruptly.. *Note: All identities are masked to…

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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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Home-Fix Ceasing Business?

After the recent sudden announcement of business closure by Sasa Singapore, it seems another retail giant in Singapore is throwing in the towel too.. From a small hardware store in Geylang Serai to a major retail chain with over 20 stores in Singapore and Malaysia, Home-Fix had indeed comes a long way.. However, in a shocking news article published today, it seems Home-Fix will be closing all its retail outlets by end of this week in Singapore. However, it seems the trouble of Home-Fix already came some time ago, based…

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Fake Facebook Page Renting Out Singapore-Registered Cars?

An anonymous Complaint Singapore user had alerted us on a dubious Facebook page promoting Singapore-registered vehicles for rental in Malaysia, including all paperworks and road tax, and at super unbelievable rental price as well, which range about $300 ringgit to about $600 ringgit for super luxury car, which is crazily way cheaper than a typical car rental Company charges in Malaysia !! The said Facebook page even displayed the Singapore license plate numbers of all the vehicles for rental in their posts, and quote the specification, price and even contact…

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Pioneer Generation Plight?

A member of our COMPLAINT SINGAPORE Facebook group had sent us a short real life story of his deceased father and family’s experience. In his short story, he shared about his deceased father’s glorious contributions to Singapore as a police officer, and also their current plight of not receiving any financial support from the authority… Below is the exact story extract: My deceased dad was a former Police Officer of CID ( Criminal Investigation Department). During his early days in the 1950s, he risked his life fighting and solving so…

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