Seniors to be Trained on how to use Price Kaki to Compare Prices Of Daily Essentials and Cooked Food
CASE alerts consumers on phishing emails impersonating its officers and requesting for personal and bank details
Chang Cheng Adds Cooked Food And Beverage Offerings Onto Price Kaki
CaseTrust will take action against errant contractors
Published in The Straits Times Forum on 12 August 2022.
CASE sees highest number of complaints against renovation contractors in first half of 2022
The Consumers Association of Singapore (“CASE”) received the highest number of complaints against the renovation contractors industry in the first half of 2022 (“1H2022”). Consumers lodged 807 complaints against home renovation contractors in 1H2022, an increase of 28% over the 627 complaints lodged in the first half of 2021 (“1H2021”).
CASE calls for consumers to collect unclaimed prepayment protection insurance payouts
More than $169,000 in prepayment protection insurance payouts under the CaseTrust accreditation scheme for spa and wellness businesses are unclaimed as affected consumers could not be contacted despite efforts to reach them.
Sheng Siong adds all house brand products on Price Kaki
The Consumers Association of Singapore (“CASE”) and Sheng Siong Supermarket Pte Ltd (“Sheng Siong”) announced today that all Sheng Siong house brand grocery products will be listed on mobile application Price Kaki. Sheng Siong is the first supermarket to make available all its house brand grocery products on Price Kaki amidst recent consumer concerns over […]
CASE extends consumer dispute resolution services to over one million NTUC members
The National Trades Union Congress (“NTUC”) and the Consumers Association of Singapore (“CASE”) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) to enable over one million NTUC members to utilise CASE’s dispute resolution services free of charge. Ms Lee Siow Hwee, Executive Director of CASE, and Mr Steve Tan, Director of Membership Services Division at NTUC, […]
CASE admin fee cannot be refunded
CCCS Publishes Guide on Fair Trading Practices for Renovation Industry
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (“CCCS”) has published a Guide on Fair Trading Practices for the Renovation Industry (“Guide”), which aims to improve business practices in the industry and help the suppliers of interior design or renovation services (“Contractors”) steer clear of unfair practices.