Dear Mr Tan,
I am a loyal customer of NTUC Income. I am quite upset about the way my investment was managed. I was introduced to the Dynamic Guaranteed Fund 5 years ago by my insurance agent.
After a couple of years, I realised that the fund is not progressing. I requested an explanation and was told that I can switch to Ideal Plan. I decided not to make the switch then.
My grudge is why must I hold on to the fund for 5 years if the fund managers are not confident of delivering good returns? Shouldn't my money be refunded back without incurring any cost so that I can make a better return elsewhere?
Though it was just a token sum of money that I had invested, I have decided not to purchase "You Need Trust" in future as I can only trust myself.
I am sorry that you are disappointed with the investment. Many people share your same views.
I hope that you have received our FAQ that explain the situation. I am not able to beyond what has already been explained. I hope that you understand my difficulty.
Tan Kin Lian
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