Tag Archives: Poor Service

LADY UPSET AFTER BAKERY STAFF GAVE POOR CUST SERVICE TO HER 2 YR OLD SON

Disgrace to this worker who is working for the retail bakery at Vivo City. Last Saturday on 11th June afternoon, my Son wanted to buy bread and just took money from me to queue and pay. What happen was this lady just ignore him when his money drop, she just serve the other customer. After I helped him, after paying this lady do not even help him to let him carry properly the bag of bread. Simply spend 3sec to hock it on his hand!!! Even change she just place it on the counter.

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RAFFLES MEDICAL JURONG PT: HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE FRM DR KHOO & COUNTER LADIES

Then Dr khoo Buk Kwong chillily asked: “Are you here for MC?” I answered I'm here to look for treatment, but if you can confirm my unwellness, it’s of course better to issue me an MC to let school know my condition. I’m now in exam period, I was NOT and will NOT be absent from any exam, but l think it's better to let school know my case.” THEN, HE SHOUTED: YOU ARE HERE TO CHEAT FOR MC FOR NOT TAKING EAXM, YOU CAN GO AWAY NOW! I WON'T DO ANYTHING FOR YOUR EAXM! Then I explained:” I have already taken my exam today, and I would NEITHER be absent from any upcoming exams. What l need is to confirm what's wrong with myself and get medicine/injection. Even the X-Ray taken in my school clinic cannot tell my problem. An MC is just to let school know my case, not for being absent from exam. You please conduct workups on my body and tell me what problem is with me.”

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MFA CONSULATE PROVIDES LITTLE HELP FOR SINGAPOREAN ROBBED OF PASSPORT

Recently, while on holiday in San Francisco in the United States, my family and I were robbed of our valuables. We lost all our cash, passports and China resident visas. We tried getting official paperwork from the police and other relevant authorities. My husband, a Dutch citizen, received immediate support and was able to apply for an "emergency passport". I was not as privileged. The Singapore Consulate-General issues only a "document of identity" for those whose passports are stolen. This document is a piece of paper with a stamp, a signature of the consul and a photograph of the applicant. It seems it is not recognized by any other airport authority or government and, to make matters worse, is valid only for direct entry to Singapore.

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