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Re: DBC-SG: Let’s Unite Against Speculative Invoicing
« Reply #30 on: October 26, 2015, 09:33:19 AM »
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« Reply #31 on: January 07, 2016, 09:01:45 PM »
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Re: DBC-SG: Let’s Unite Against Speculative Invoicing
« Reply #34 on: April 10, 2017, 02:42:35 PM »
10 April 2017 Updates

1. The DBC-SG journey started 24 months ago (on 11 April 2015).

2. Trials, tribulations and suffering are 3 suitable words to describe those who received the DBC / SSLC letter of demand.

3. Kindness, generousity and selflessness are 3 suitable words to describe those (mostly Singapore-based residents) who were contributed to the DBC-SG crowd-funding campaigns.

   

4. For public record purposes, collected funds were solely used to pay for the defense legal fees - none were used for settlement, because as the DBC / SSLC cases are invalid and as such, we did not (and still do not) see a sensible reason to settle.

5. The remaining amount of funds = $2,415.02 (RF).

6. There is no movement from SSLC / DBC on the DBC cases for the past many months ago. While this implies a high probability that the DBC nightmare in Singapore is over, there still exist a minute chance that SSLC / DBC will try some other tricks on selected cases.

7. I will continue to monitor this situation for a while longer and in the meantime, I welcome the DBC-SG crowd sourcing contributors to write to me on what we can do with RF.

Rdgs,
Dr. Green
Chairperson of DBC-SG Support Group.