Singapore Blogs

  • Bitchin’
  • Anne’s Blog
  • Julian
  • caustic.soda
  • I, Am A Comedian
  • Molly Meek
  • Vox Leo
  • A Xeno Boy in Sg
  • Singapore Commentator
  • Singapore Herald
  • Kellog
  • Pencil Shavings
  • izreloaded
  • Mr.Brown
  • Readers Eye
  • post-fluoxetine honda encephalitis
  • Wannabe Lawyer
  • Singapore Speaks
  • Singapore Porn (No Porn)
  • The Police State
  • Deus Ex Machina
  • Sarong Party Frens
  • Convex Set
  • V’s Spot
  • cheeky
  • Parkaboy
  • ty Crooked Stairs ??
  • Welcome to Rebrab Moor
  • Singapore Ink
  • Mr Miyagi
  • Singapore Angle
  • This Side of Paradise
  • The Young Republic
  • Zuco’s Blog
  • The Real Question
  • Somewhere between nowhere and just there
  • Crappings of Da Crapster
  • Trompe L’oeil
  • B.O.B.
  • Story of A Dot
  • Tracking my Tainted Faith
  • Everything.s Not As it Seems
  • The Only Promise…
  • Kwentong Tambay
  • Expat@Large
  • Rantings Haven
  • Sheena’s Little Fragments…
  • Drifting Round The…
  • Projectmaya
  • Xiaxue
  • Singapore Alternatives
  • Headspace
  • Alleviated Caliginosity
  • Life At Ngee Ann
  • Singapore Legal Mumbo Jumbo Demystified
  • Alfian’s Secret
  • Singapore Serf
  • Singasingapore
  • Eyes of a Scorpio
  • The Kentang
  • Jeff Yen
  • SerialDeviant
  • Jaundiced Lenses
  • Prick
  • Quit Bitching
  • Sarong Party Girl
  • sticks and stones
  • Asal Aku Blog
  • What about ALL the good ..
  • Otterman Speaks
  • Yamoo
  • illusio
  • Litmax
  • Commentary Singapore
  • Campus Moblog
  • Wit and Spit
  • vinzlash
  • Hope?
  • Chemical Generation Singapore
  • Queer Singaporean
  • Bastardisation of the East
  • Singapore Politics
  • No Use For a Name
  • Modnoy Blog
  • Womad
  • Singapore Watch
  • Lagu Quran Blog
  • Intellectually Yours
  • Kritik Melayu Singapura
  • Silent Thoughts…
  • SIRC
  • James Seng
  • Malapropos-Wisecracks
  • Autarkic
  • halfcrazed
  • Neuro-Silico Transactions
  • Heavenly Sword
  • mrs budak’s lair
  • Rockson:Talk Rock
  • Qasidah Blog
  • Penulis-Singapura/
  • SD/KD
  • JB Jeyaretnam’s Blog
  • James Gomez
  • Singapore’s Anti Death Penalty Campaign
  • The Singapore Election Blog
  • kuncup
  • I Really Don’t Know
  • Footprints In The Sand
  • Inspirations and Creative Thoughts
  • Sg Election ‘06
  • Sayoni Speak
  • Singapore Entrepreneurs
  • My Sketchbook
  • The SEAPA Blog

  • Radio Free Nepal
  • Civiblog Central
  • Friskodude
  • Myrick
  • The Humanity vs. Anarchy Project - which word will you choose?
  • Dean Esmay
  • Brad DeLong
  • Silent Running
  • Hemlock
  • Gweilo Diaries
  • My Pet Jawa
  • Chrenkoff
  • Flying Chair
  • Shaky
  • Angry Chinese Blogger
  • Professor Norman Geras
  • Asian Labour
  • Don
  • More Laowai Monologues
  • Anti-Sexism
  • Annotations
  • New Economist
  • Cool Boy
  • Brand Malaysia
  • The Periscope
  • via dolorosa to blitheness
  • Bloggers Without Borders
  • Global Voices
  • Who Links Here
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    5. wee sien says:

      I had recently purchased eurail select pass from your office but experienced very bad service from their staff.

      1) We first made a deposit to purchased 2 passes and was told to return the following week to make any bookings. However, when we return the following week, we were told that no bookings was done and we realise that the staff had forgotten to do anything.

      2. After that, we had to keep chasing the staff to make bookings for us and she could not easily be contacted. She replied once that she would call us once it was ready, but she did not. In fact, we tried to contact her a few days to no avail. Only after a few days later, did we know that the tickets were ready. She then made a last minute call on a saturaday morning (about 10am) to inform us that we had to make payment by that day.

      3. After we paid the price of the passes in full, their staff informed us that she would send the tickets to us by post. However, 2 weeks had passed and AGAIN, we need to contact her(which was hard to do so) only to realise that the tickets are ready. BUT, she said the tickets were too bulky and informed us to collect it.

      i) The attitudes of their staff involved in my purchase are in question.

      ii) Why did I have to chase for my purchase? Why didnt your office keep me informed of the latest developement of my purchase? Why was I informed at the last minute that I had to make the remaining payment?

      iii) I was informed from the start that the tickets would be sent to me, but still I had to collect the tickets from their office. Their staff are giving misleading information from the start.

      iv) Their staff had no knowledge of the pass that I am purchasing, which could have resulted in my loss again.

      v) I was informed from the start that once the tickets are ready, their staff would call me. But I was the one who had to constantly called up and check.

      With this bad experience, I would not consider to use their services again. The public out there should be informed of such unpleasant experience with Chan Brothers.

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