A loyal Singtel customer was disappointed with the telco for terminating his line because he was overseas and could not pay his bills on time. He was also angry that they promised to reactivate his line but to no avail.
A Grab passenger deliberately made her driver wait an hour as she did not want to pay for ERP charges. She said she should not be paying for ERP charges incurred before he picked her up. The driver cancelled the ride after getting sick of waiting.
A netizen asked for taxi and private hire drivers to take note of an unnamed hotel which refused to pay up after booking 96 taxi rides for its staff. The total bill surpasses $4000. Its HR even had the cheek to say it does not want to deal with drivers.
Dr Tan Cheng Bock does not have to pay his $30,000 legal fees as it is considered to be a case of public interest. Nevertheless, many questions on the EP remain unanswered. Should we exercise our rights to seek those answers?
A baker recalled an encounter with a customer who refused to buy a 50 cents 'Happy Birthday' topper despite paying a lot for the cake. She was glad she stood up for herself and forced the guy to pay up in the end.
Our reader went for a diabetes checkup following PM Lee's rally only to find that he had to pay extra even though he wanted the hospital to charge it to his Medisave account. When asked for a reason, the hospital staff simply said "I don't know". What kind of service is this?
Our reader claims that job fairs these days omit the obvious and do not give enough information on the types of jobs they offer or their pay. They will merely tell you they are offering many jobs but not how many Singaporeans they actually hired. Do you agree it is not transparent enough?