19 Oct '15, 1pm

Dear Mr Lim, I refer to your email dated 11 May 2014 to the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) and...

Dear Mr Lim, I refer to your email dated 11 May 2014 to the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) and...

Ultimately, the best protection against “get-rich-quick” schemes is still the consumer who takes care and asks the right questions before deciding to part with his money. While an operators’ credentials and past working experiences may help a consumer to assess an operators’ credibility and ability to deliver on its claims and promises, there are other pertinent factors that consumers should consider. To empower consumers, MAS has published a consumer alert on MoneySENSE to highlight 5 key questions that consumers should ask themselves to avoid falling prey to “get-rich-quick” schemes: http://www.moneysense.gov.sg/understanding-financial-products/investments/consumer-alerts/if-it-is-too-good-to-be-true.aspx . ACRA has also published a consumer guide which provides information on how consumers may make use of ACRA’s information services to conduct basic background checks on...

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Thank you for your emails even as the various other agencies (MAS, ACRA and SPF) have been passing on this buck one to ano...