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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Petition to Prime Minister on Fair Compensation in Credit-Linked Notes Losses

Ex-CEO of NTUC Income, Mr Tan Kin Lian, is taking the lead in getting signatures from victims of credit-linked notes offered by the Singapore financial institutions and sending the petition to the Prime Minister of Singapore for fair compensation.

His attempt to seek coverage from 10 journalists from local media failed and none even dared to get back to him. Since none are willing to stand out and cover the news and be righteous enough for fellow Singaporeans, this news can only be passed around using social networking means.

Please broadcast this message to your contacts by email, Facebook and other social networks:

"Mr. Tan Kin Lian is organising a Petition to the Prime Minister to ask him to assist the investors to get similar compensation given to investors in Hong Kong. Please inform the people who are affected by the credit-linked notes to sign the Petition. The blog is"

The petition letter can be found below.

As of now, there are a total of 536 signatures.

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