In a Facebook post yesterday, netizen Jonathan Ong griped about how Singapore Post, commonly known as SingPost, allegedly left a note for a failed delivery attempt, despite Ong being at home during the time of delivery.
Ong wrote, “Received a small note from Singapore Post about a failed attempt for a parcel earlier today. I was home at the said time, but my intercom didn’t ring at all”.
Received a small note from Singapore Post about a failed attempt for a parcel earlier today. I was home at the said…
“How come other delivery services have no such issues? Missing mail, errant postman throwing away mails, now don’t even bother to knock for registered mail?” he added.
Ong is not the only one frustrated with SingPost’s poor service. Others have also taken to social media with memes and comments about failed deliveries.
When u didn't get your parcel, u still have to take pic of it.
Curiously, Ong did not receive a response from SingPost on his social media post. Instead, someone named ‘Julia Tan’ asked him to share his contact details and tracking number so ‘they’ could check.
TISG has reached out to both Jonathan Ong and he said, “Someone did leave a message on FB using her personal account, asking for my contact and tracking number. I assumed it’s from them, but I didn’t send anything, because that person did not explicit (sic) say that she is a representative of Singpost”.
He also added, “Anyway I have already collected my parcel from Whitesands branch”.
TISG has also contacted SingPost for comment./TISGFollow us on Social Media
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