Consumers International
  • Find out more about the international consumer movement.
Southeast Asian Consumer Council (SEACC)
  • To materialize the consumer protection in ASEAN region, several consumer organizations of ASEAN countries have agreed to establish and develop a regional council with the name Southeast Asian Consumer Council (SEACC). here.
Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA)
  • Carrying out a transaction with a retailer and want to find out more about its business profile?
  • You can go https://www.bizfile.gov.sg/ to check if a company is registered with ACRA and if the status of the company is ‘live’. This is a free service.
  • The detailed business profile is chargeable at $5 per report. You can go to https://www.acra.gov.sg/ask_ACRA_FAQs/ for a step-by-step procedure on how to purchase the report.
Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA)
  • Keep up with food safety issues by checking out the consumer advisories on the AVA website.
compareFirst
  • Not sure what insurance products to buy? Use the compareFirst website as your guide.
Council for Estate Agencies (CEA)
  • Having a dispute with your real estate agent or salesperson? Lodge your complaint with CEA.
Council for Private Education Singapore (CPE)
  • If you are enrolled with a private education institution, you can approach CPE for assistance.
EZ-Link TRUST Programme
  • Managed and powered by EZ-Link, TRUST is a programme designed to instill greater consumer confidence in merchants offering prepaid packages.
Health Sciences Authority (HSA)
  • Find out about the safety of medical products and medical devices by checking out consumer advisories on the HSA website.
National Environment Agency (NEA)
  • Found expired food items? You can report it to the NEA.
Singapore Tourism Board (STB)
  • Are you a tourist with a consumer complaint? Approach STB for assistance here.
Small Claims Tribunals (SCT)
  • Have a dispute where the quantum value is $10,000 or less? Considering the legal option to resolve your dispute? here.
CASE Institutional members
  • Representing at least 700,000 members, our comrades in the Unions and Associations assist in conveying the views to and from the public for a better consumer environment.
CASE Corresponding members
  • They are businesses who sympathise with CASE mission and would like to know more about Fair-Trading and other consumer issues.
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