Dear Mr. Tan KL,
You have been advising the victims to seek the help of their respective MPs, but this is more suitable for citizens only. I doubt these MPs would bother about PRs/non-citizens when they are so indifferent towards their own citizens. Perhaps the non-citizens could try to seek the help from their respective embassy.
I'm really disappointed with the way X bank is handling the claims, very unfair, indifferent and high handed.
Things would be very different if it happens in M'sia. The press and the MPs, particularly the opposition will be assisting the helpless victims. The Malaysians just like the HK, Thais and Indonesia or even Filipino will fight for their rights and will not allow banks to cheat them of even RM$1 k not to mention S$100k!
Two months have passed and the banks and MAS are still so indifferent and ignore the plight and traumatic experience of the victims who have lost their hard-earned savings. It is sad that there is no compassion shown and instead abuses have been hurled at the helpless victims.
Notwithstanding the indifference shown by the relevant parties concerned and despite criticism and sarcastic remarks, you have out of compassion come out to do the right thing in helping the helpless victims, a true hero indeed.
I notice that some of the victims have lost faith, stamina after the heartless standard rejection letters. Please tell them not to give up and be more resilient and fight for your rights until they do the right thing i.e. compensate the victims their hard-earned savings of which they have been cheated!
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