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Man Charged After Defaulting On NS, SAF Showing They Don't Target Pro Footballers Only

Man Charged After Defaulting On NS, SAF Showing They Don't Target Pro Footballers Only

Lee's case echoed that of professional footballer wannabe, Ben Davis. He was supposed to have served his National Service currently, but he defaulted and is said to have signed professional terms with Fulham, an English based professional football team. While Davis has still not been charged in court as he is currently still in absentia without official leave, or AWOL, Lee has been dealt with, as he had returned to Singapore and serving his defaulted NS obligations.

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BEWARE OF THIS CHEAT FILIPINO FT, DO NOT EVER RENT YOUR HOME TO HIM

This man in the photo has lived in my house for years. Initially he used to pay rent on time for the past 2 years but lately he has been stalling payment for quite some time and has not returned the money back. Apart from that he borrowed from my mother a certain amount. Little did we know that this guy had borrowing from my mum a lot of cash and also he has not paid rent for a number of months. He has gone around borrowing from licensed money lenders which they have been coming to my place for the past few months, with the amount he has borrowed. The letters of him borrowing the amount is constantly being sent to my place.

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RECORD NUMBER OF S'POREANS DEFAULTING ON UNSECURED LOANS & DEBT

Missing two or more months of debt payments may indicate a likely default situation, incurring non-payment penalties as well as interest at as much as 25 per cent per annum – the beginning of the road to possible bankruptcy. As I understand that the 85,352 who didn’t pay do not include those who could not pay licensed and illegal moneylenders – if we include these – are we looking at perhaps over a hundred thousand who may have difficulty paying their debt repayments?

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[UPDATE] COUPLE ACCUSED OF CHEATING LANDLORD OF RENT RESPOND

A netizen "Amanda" has approached the editor with regards to a recent article about a couple accused of cheating their landlord. According to Amanda, the accusations of cheating are untrue. She claims that the man who exposed her and her fiance, Vincent Tan, are not the real landlords of the house and that a woman named "Alice" is the true landlady behind the house.

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40 CAR BUYERS LOOK DESPERATELY FOR MISSING CAR DEALER

An angry crowd of around 30 customers gathered outside a car dealership in MacPherson Road yesterday afternoon to demand their money back. They believe they had been conned of their downpayments for their new cars - between $20,000 and $40,000 each - by the director of Volks Auto, a parallel importer.

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