Tag Archives: complaints

EAT. IMM OUTLET SERVED ME BLACK-STAINED FISHBALLS & REFUSED TO RESPOND TO COMPLAINTS

Awful and disappointing!! An awful experience at EAT. IMM outlet! Recently i went to have noodles at your IMM outlet. I'm utterly disappointed with your staff dishonesty. I ordered my usual favorite minced pork noodles and my friend ordered fishball noodles soup. When the food was presented to us, the fishball were partially black. When I try to dip the fishball in my soup, the black stain is still on it.

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S’POREANS LOSING CONFIDENCE IN POLICE’S ABILITY TO HELP RESOLVE PROBLEMS?

I have read a number of articles submitted by users. A disturbingly high number of these articles claimed that the police has been unable to help them, which is why they came to A.S.S. seeking for advice. While it’s difficult to verify the authenticity of every single one of these articles, I think it is a cause for concern if people start to lose their confidence in their local police force.

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PARENTS OF JC STUDENTS: MOE BROKE PROMISES, TREATED US LIKE 2ND CLASS CITIZENS!

A.S.S. previously published an article reporting on the complaints of a group of parents - they said that MOE had promised to build a new JC for their children but ended up delaying the new JC building project for an unreasonably long period of time. This email is a follow-up to the previous article from one of the parents of the affected chidren, who says she is tired of being mistreated and ignored by the Ministry of Education. Read her letter below:

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LHL: PEOPLE WHO ARE CONTENT WON’T GO ONLINE TO COMPLAIN

"People who are content don't have time to go online, those who are unhappy will complain online," said Mr Lee in Mandarin, as reported in The Business Times. "I am not saying all contrarian views are complaints, but this seems to be a worldwide trend. Therefore, we need to understand these views, and interpret it objectively," he said.

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[COMPLAIN] VERY RUDE PREGNANT WOMAN ON MRT TRAIN!

I was on the MRT train when a pregnant woman board at Sembawang MRT station. Immediately, I waved at her and got off from my seat to let her have it. She brushed passed, ignoring me totally, 'plong' herself into the seat and starting using her handphone. I stood in front of her dumbfound at her insolent attitude.

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[YOUR LETTERS] MOE TRAINEE TEACHER INSULTS STUDENTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

I am a local Singaporean student and I would want to complain about my teacher. Although teaching may seem like a noble profession involving numerous personal sacrifices, some teachers apparently have questionable attitudes which appear quite befuddling. Broadrick Secondary School trainee teacher Mr. Haniel Soh is one such example.

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Ex-CPF Employee Exposes Biggest Complaints Singaporeans Have About the CPF System

Few questions divide Singaporeans as much as this one – What is CPF used for? As you process your own answer to that question, chances are the words “retirement,” “housing,” healthcare” and maybe “Ponzi scheme” are running through your head. An ex-CPF employee named “Brian” (who wishes to remain anonymous for very obvious reasons), who deals with the valid concerns of Singaporeans daily, was kind enough to help us shed some light on what Singaporeans complain about most when it comes to their CPF accounts.

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Consumer complaints hit record level high in 2013: CASE

Complaints to the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) soared to a record high last year, the watchdog group said today (Jan 30). A total of 29,254 complaints were filed with CASE last year, up 13.7 per cent from the 25,733 recorded in 2012. CASE helped consumers recover S$2,356,072.70 in the successfully resolution of 77.5 per cent of the cases it handled last year, up from the 75.5 per cent rate the year before.

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