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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 06 Dec 2010 11:41 pm

I stand corrected. I misread your earlier post.......

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Postby iisterry » Mon, 06 Dec 2010 11:46 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:No. It was a statement of fact. Being up front doesn't make flouting of the rules okay does it? Or do you operate by a different set of rules that makes you above everybody else?

You could have just as easily told us the text of the message without going to all the trouble of doing a screen shot and posting it up so we could all see who & what you represent. Would have been a heck of a lot quicker as well don't you think? You must think we were all born yesterday.

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SME, if you had read through the entire thread, you would have realised that SE was asking specifically about NTUC due to his own personal experience with it. Yes, I mention NTUC yet again.

I have told SE that NTUC does and will accept foreign NCD and he asked for confirmation. Do you think that a text of message which can be easily typed and fabricated would have any clout? A screenshot takes less than a minute and would have provided the best alternative short of a memo on a company letterhead from them stating their official policy no? :roll:

I can easily generate a wall of text/rubbish quoting you as the author, would that lend any credence to it?

And you were saying about being born yesterday.

I have been reading this forum since 09 and been through the FAQ and guidelines. The amount of ignorance in this section finally got me to posting in order to spread some actual knowledge and avoid some paying the "ang mo tax".

I hardly think that displaying the logo of NTUC (despite the need to provide actual confirmation of my claim) as "flouting the rules" when it has already been mentioned ad nauseum in the original contents of the thread.

NTUC is but a single partner in my business so no, to your inference that it might constitute touting for them. Neither is NTUC "my company".

You certainly disgust me with your display of outburst back there. Talk about thinking that you are above everyone else.

If your actions as a moderator represent the level of intellect and morality of this forum, you can keep it here. I'm out. Take it to my email if you wish to flame.

The original contents of this thread are plain for all to judge and if your Lord Almighty so decides, you are free to modify any portion you so desire.
The poster is a car dealer and can be reached at iisterry@gmail.com for advice.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 07 Dec 2010 9:39 am

Obviously you did not read my post or review your post after you hit the send button. Check the timestamps.

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Postby ScoobyDoes » Tue, 07 Dec 2010 11:42 am

Strong Eagle wrote:Are you saying that NTUC should have offered me a discount just because I could show two decades of no accidents in the US?



NTUC granted me the full 50% discount when i arrived, after 5-yrs experience in Malaysia. Kurnia there had already granted me most of the NCB after 6-yrs driving in HK where HSBC there had given me full NCB from my 7-yrs driving on my own insurance back in the UK.

In short......my NCB has follwed me everywhere for more than 20-yrs.


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