Tag Archives: Mobile Air

FOUR SIM LIM SQUARE CHEATING SALESMEN JAILED BETWEEN 4 TO 14 MONTHS

On 14 October 2015, District Judge Toh Yung Cheong sentenced four employees of the now-defunct Sim Lim square electronics shop Mobile Air to between 4 and 14 months jail for cheating unsuspecting customers. Koh Guan Seng was sentenced to 14 months jail, Kam Kok Keong to 11 months' jail, Kelvin Lim Zhi Wei to four months' jail, and Lim Hong Ching sentenced to six months' jail.

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JOVER CHEW ARRIVES IN COURT TO FACE CHARGES

Jover Chew and 3 other men arrived at the Courts today to face charges for a series of cheating cases. Police received several reports in 2014 against the Mobile Air owner and his employees for dishonest sales practices. Customers say they had been duped into buying handphones and in-house warranties at over the top prices. Those who wanted to cancel their deals even had to pay fees of up to hundreds of Singapore dollars.

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JOVER CHEW IS JOBLESS & RELIES ON HIS OLD MOTHER FOR DAILY MEALS

According to Lianhe Wanbao, Jover Chew the infamous scammer of Sim Lim Square's MobileAir has been jobless for the past five months and is depending on his mother for his daily meals. Chew was arrested together with four others and will be charged in court tomorrow over the series of cheating cases at Sim Lim Square.

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GAME OVER FOR JOVER CHEW?

Rogue trader Jover Chew cleared out his Sim Lim Square shop over the weekend. With the help of movers, he removed 10 boxes of goods from his store on the first storey on Sunday and loaded them into a waiting lorry.

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SIM LIM SCAM SHOP MOBILE AIR REOPENS AS H J MOBILE

The Sim Lim Square mobile phone shop under fire for the last few weeks over its unsavoury business practices re-opened for business on Friday, after remaining closed for a week to escape media attention. The shop, Mobile Air, was in the news after its staff tried to give a female customer more than $1,000 in coins as a refund.

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7 DIRTY TRICKS USED BY MOBILE PHONE SCAMMERS IN S’PORE

An ex-Mobile Air employee has spilled the beans about 7 underhanded techniques that store owners use to force customers to make purchases. According to a report by Shin Min Daily News, the ex-employee felt guilty about Mobile Air’s unscrupulous methods of doing business and decided to expose how the staff worked.

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MINISTER S ISWARAN: S’POREANS HAVE GONE TOO FAR TRYING TO PUNISH JOVER CHEW

Some individuals have “gone too far” in their reactions against the unethical practices of the errant retailer at Sim Lim Square, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office S Iswaran, as he said that police have begun looking into reports on the case, as well as a related report on harassment. In a Facebook post on Saturday (Nov 8), Mr Iswaran, who is also Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry, spoke up about the recent incident at Sim Lim Square. He urged people to "exercise restraint" and not to take matters into their own hands. "Let due process take its course," he wrote.

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WHAT MOBILE AIR SCAMMER JOVER CHEW DID IS PROTECTED BY THE LAW

Apart from making a Vietnamese tourist beg for his money back, Mobile Air's Jover Chew also tried to play punk and refund a woman $1,000 in coins. Many people have come out blasting him and his shop for their unscrupulous tactics. But did you know, what Jover Chew and his bunch of scammers did are protected by the law? Jover has not committed any crime at all. It is willing buyer willing seller situation. The buyer voluntarily signed the contract and everyone knows we need to read before signing our names on anything. If there is anyone to blame, it is to blame himself for not reading the contract terms.

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MOBILE AIR SCAMMER JOVER CHEW EARNS $20,000 EVERY MONTH

According to an ex-Mobile Air staff, Jover Chew is an arrogant boss who loves to trap his customers. When they are in a fix after signing the unfair receipt contract, he will pose for the camera and give a victory sign to show that he has made easy money for the day. He also claim that each staff in the shop makes about $20,000 SGD every month by resorting to such sales tactics. It is because of the good money that they persist in doing so.

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