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Subject: Fair Trading Act


Author:
R lim
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Date Posted: Sun, Oct 31 2004, 1:25:19

Dear all,

Whatever the time-share companies claims, tell them to write it down and sign against it. If they dare not, then do not commit to anything. We need to know our rights as a consumer. Do read up on the fair trading act.

Even when my insurance agent claimed about all the benefits of the policy, I will ask her to write everything down and file it together with my policy.

We need to be informed consumers. If not, we will be conned.

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[> Subject: CPFTA


Author:
Stephen
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 29 2005, 0:00:54

I totally agree with you. Without writing down what was discussed, it also means that we have difficulty fighting back if we discover misrepresentation later on.

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[> [> Subject: CPFTA


Author:
George
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Date Posted: Tue, Apr 12 2005, 10:22:21

Better still, bring along a voice recorder (prefarably a digital one that can record anything for more than 2 hrs. That will be your evidence on misrepresentation. What u are presented and what u sign for may not be one and the same. How to prove u have been misrepresented?

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George
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Date Posted: Tue, Apr 12 2005, 10:23:32

Better still, bring along a voice recorder (prefarably a digital one that can record anything for more than 2 hrs. That will be your evidence on misrepresentation. What u are presented and what u sign for may not be one and the same. How to prove u have been misrepresented?

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