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MY SIS GOT CHEATED BY SG PLAYBOY BUT WAS NEVER AFTER HIS MONEY

I'm the brother of the girl who got cheated by a playboy in your previous article. I can't stop people from bashing my younger sister for sending the article but I want to assure everyone her intentions is not to shame Mark Seow Jun Hao. Mark, do you remember that time my sister rush to your place so late at night to bring you soup when you told her you had fever? How about she keep recommending you friends to buy insurance from you? Even when you tell her you no cash as business poor recently she still stuck by you and never ask you to pay for dates but go dutch? Mark is not handsome to all those saying my sister is with him for looks. He has acne marks on his face and that's a fact. But I leave it to the rest to judge him for looks. He is also not rich. I know him after all.

I'm just angry at how Mark treat my sis after all she had done for him. This is not a gender thing. Think of one moment you treat someone close to you, maybe a good friend or partner very well, trust him/her only to have him/her betray you in the end? Anyway, all I hope is for my sis to recover from this hurt and find someone better that she deserves. As for Mark Seow Jun Hao, karma will get you one day. Don't treat people like shit, like pebbles for you to step all over, use and throw after people sincerely cared for you. One day you will find yourself someone who will also treat you like shit.

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MOTHER GOT CHEATED $9000 WORTH OF MILK POWDER BY ONLINE SELLER, BEWARE!

A Singaporean woman got cheated of almost $9000 after spending it on 150 tins of milk powder. She lodged a police report after failing to contact the sellers who disappeared with her money. She chanced upon a couple who were selling milk powder online for at least 20% cheaper. She trusted them as she had smooth transactions with them before, and later started a spree with 14 other mothers.

This time, however, the sellers gave excuses like having car break down and other management issues. They gradually became uncontactable after receiving the money. As a result, the woman was misunderstood for cheating other mothers of their money. She even had to borrow from her mother-in-law to return them the money and make them appeased. Walao eh, milk powder also want to cheat.

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PONZI SCHEME EXPOSED BY READER

We all want to be rich, so we park our money in places where we let our money grow, we also understand that every investment bears a level of risk depending on the business we are investing our money in. Some of us don't have the knowledge about investments, giving rise to a whole new industry of "investment firms" where people park their money and the company will do the necessary to keep the cash flowing thus making it a win-win situation.

However, this is not as direct as it sounds. There are many companies that promise the world and don't deliver. As much as it is a terrible feeling to know you have lost all your money, it is an even more terrible feeling to know that the money you put in was not even used for the businesses these companies claim to be involved in. Sometimes they take it up a notch by investing in "showrooms" to give potential investors a feel about what they are investing in. I want to shed light on such companies that have.

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MY EX-BF WANTS TO RECONCILE BUT REFUSES TO PAY BACK MY MONEY

Our reader complained about an ex-boyfriend who owed her money but wants to patch up without having to pay her back. He clearly told her he will return the money on separate occasions but seemed to go against his word. He gave reasons like he was fired and blamed her for being cruel enough to watch him fall.

What do you think? O$P$ or your money is my money?

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DBS MISCALCULATED MY DEPOSIT & FAIL TO RECOVER MY HARD-EARNED MONEY

I visited DBS Woodlands Civic Branch to deposit my coins, I had counted last night at home with my family members as witnesses the total $1 coin = $199. After deposited the coins, the figure come out to be $126. After the transaction I took the phone beside the machine and called the bank, I told CS Officer Ms Ellen about what had happened, there was a shortage of $73, I need help. She said she will check with the relevant department. Already the 5th working days, there is still no update.

Why DBS cannot simply do a quick check and restore the missing money? Shouldn't bank services be more efficient than other service industry? Can anyone help to advice?

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WOMAN WHO CHEATED EDMUND CHEN OF HIS MONEY, SCAMMED OTHERS TOO

Reports emerged that it seems the woman who allegedly cheated Mediacorp actor Edmund Chen of $11,000 have actually been scamming others of large sums of money, and had police reports made against her. Reports indicated that t least two other people are known to have made police reports against the woman.

One man, a general manager at an investment holding company that manages the wholesale and retail distribution of footwear and lifestyle products in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, claimed he was scammed of $50,000, and had lodged a report in 2015. Another victim had also came forward and claimed he had been cheated of $30,000 and had made a police report against the woman in March this year.

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CPF BOARD PAID $1.7M "EXTRA" MEDISAVE TO NON-CITIZEN BABIES DUE TO ERROR

The Central Provident Fund Board (CPF Board) has admitted to an error that saw $1.7 million in tax payers money being channeled to the Medisave accounts of 885 babies who were not citizens at birth. All Singapore citizens receive $4,000 Medisave Grant for Newborns (MGN) in their CPF Medisave account as part of the Marriage and Parenthood Package.

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