Complaints

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COMGATEWAY AND BANKS ARE HIDING INFORMATION FROM CONSUMERS

So after the reading the letter from comgateway shared on Hardwarezone, I am pretty sure something must be wrong at comgateway and it is the point of compromise of the large numbers of credit card fraud. The scary thing is for people like my wife, whose cards were not scammed yet, but her credit card and personal info could already be in the hands of crooks. Shouldn't somebody, be it the banks, or the company, or the authorities come out to inform the public of where is the point of compromise, is it comgateway?

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SINGAPORE ‘LOW’ ON CRIME RATE, VERY HIGH ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?

When I read the article yesterday "AMAZING! AS SG POPULATION INCREASES, CRIME RATE DROPS!", I couldn't agree more with the author's frustration and suspicions at such statements by the police and the govt. I can tell you it is worst than that. Let me add another dimension that is just as alarmingly significant but seldom mentioned in order to keep the 'ideal family unit' that PAP tries to impose on unwilling innocent victims - domestic violence. This coincides with the recent article: http://www.divaasia.com/article/6151 that reveals the loopholes in our justice system.

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WHISTLE BLOW: MAS AND BANKS COVER UP THE RECENT CREDIT CARD FRAUDULENT TRANSACTIONS

The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) said, "Preliminary investigations indicate that there was no breach of any systems within the banks. All affected customers in Singapore will not be liable for these unauthorized transactions. Banks are working with the credit card associations to investigate these incidences." The real reason why the frauds took place was because ComGateway was hacked and hundreds of thousands of consumers' credit cards and cvc numbers were compromised. Yes, they were stolen because ComGateway, one of the major online concierge/forwarding provider, did not secure the information stored with them. In other words, consumers were open to fraudulent charges not only from Neweb but also any company which the crooks had connection to or sold the information to.

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PRC FAMILY ALLOWS THEIR KID TO PEE IN PUBLIC POOL DESPITE ADVISING THEM NOT TO

I am disgusted to see this family letting their child urinate into the drain right next to the swimming pool on Saturday, Feb 15. We saw this at the Downtown East chalet's swimming pool. Despite telling them nicely not to do this in the public pool, they ignored me and continue doing their thing. They are a family from China but I do not know if they are tourist or are they living here and they seems to not be able to understand english.

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NETIZEN DEMANDS SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE TO SOLVE CASES OF MISSING CHILDREN

If DPM Teo Chee Hean can laud the efforts of the Home team officers for taking 'fast and immediate actions' to handle the recent kidnapping case, i wonder if they are tackling these cases of 3 missing underage girls in Toa Payoh with as much urgency and efforts. Shocking discovery: 3 missing underage girls from Toa Payoh Since 2011, 2013 How is this NOT publicized on the local news media? What if one of the girls missing is the daughter of a prominent business man or Government minister? How long to you think it will take for SPF to crack the case?

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PINOY FOREIGN TALENT WANTS TO TEACH SINGAPOREAN A LESSON

I want to teach her a lesson that she cannot discriminate Filipinos like that. Hiring a lawyer would be expensive and time-consuming considering that I travel frequently. I wonder if there is anything else I can do. I'm still contemplating on whether I should press charges through a lawyer which will surely teach her a lesson. I have to calculate the pros and cons. When she received the summon for mediation, she kept calling our agent asking why I went to the police, etc. etc. I thought at that time, she might have been moved somehow; I was wrong.

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APOSTLE LAWRENCE KHONG: DON’T STAY SILENT

In the past week, I have been putting all my effort into rallying the people of God to rise up and challenge an unfortunate list of FAQs posted by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) on its website. In return, I wrote a 7-page response that has been sent to the Minister for Health. The FAQs is filled with misleading pro-LGBT statements, and fails to warn the public of the high health risks associated with the homosexual lifestyle.

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Unaffordable cities: Singapore workers tread water on millionaires’ island

Patricia recently moved out of her parents' house to be with Sham. In Singapore, with its sky-high housing prices and conservative Asian values, most young people have no choice but to live with their parents until they get married. Singles cannot apply for public housing until they turn 35. Patricia works full time as a nurse in a government hospital. She is undereducated by Singapore's standards, with only n-levels (below high school) and an ITE (technical college) certificate in nursing, and earns S$1,400 (£670) per month.

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