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Getting the SPR for my retired parents

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Re: Gettinwwg the SPR for my retired parents

Postby J-the traveler » Thu, 27 Jul 2017 6:14 pm

Believe it or not?

In year 2005, I was having a stomachache and went to see a specialist at GH. Did a full dummy check up.

In year 2010, I was asking by a housing loan agent/ insurance agent about what kind a sickness that you went to see the specialist at GH on 2005. When We trying to get a housing loanprotection scheme. We got shocked how come they knew our past record.

Are the gahmen data being shared around?

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Re: Gettinwwg the SPR for my retired parents

Postby Barnsley » Thu, 27 Jul 2017 6:15 pm

J-the traveler wrote:Believe it or not?

In year 2005, I was having a stomachache and went to see a specialist at GH. Did a full dummy check up.

In year 2010, I was asking by a housing loan agent/ insurance agent about what kind a sickness that you went to see the specialist at GH on 2005. When We trying to get a housing loan. We got shocked how come they knew our past record.

Are the gahmen data being shared around?


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Re: Gettinwwg the SPR for my retired parents

Postby ecureilx » Thu, 27 Jul 2017 6:47 pm

J-the traveler wrote:Believe it or not?

In year 2005, I was having a stomachache and went to see a specialist at GH. Did a full dummy check up.

In year 2010, I was asking by a housing loan agent/ insurance agent about what kind a sickness that you went to see the specialist at GH on 2005. When We trying to get a housing loanprotection scheme. We got shocked how come they knew our past record.

Are the gahmen data being shared around?
Because you did a dummy check up, I think you got flagged :) just kidding.

This housing loan is from HDB?

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Re: Getting the SPR for my retired parents

Postby J-the traveler » Thu, 27 Jul 2017 6:53 pm

Nope, UOB instead :o :???:


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