Singapore Atrium Sale
Velocity situated in Novena is blacklisted.
The staff, Jolene, made a demand to remove the name of the mall from a post immediately and I will just be removing the mall from future posts.
I reciprocated and gave her more than a few moments to respond immediately.
Jolene, this is how we do it IMMEDIATELY. Thank you.
Velocity is blacklisted IMMEDIATELY.
Developers and mall management teams, do watch how your staff interacts with external parties, especially at tough retail times like this. Consumers have choices.
Still 大言不惭 and trying to play the victim card tsk tsk tsk
Dude who manages that FB page is known to be a fucking arrogant prick........hope he gets sued till his pants drop.
Poor Jolene, she sure doesn't deserve to be treated this way. For crying out loud she was just doing her job!
Singapore Atrium Sale — every kiasu Singaporean’s de facto resource for deals and bargains across the island — landed in a bit of legal trouble recently.
Which shouldn’t be surprising, considering that the massively popular Facebook page is being run by someone who has been accused of being… a tad bit aggressive. So much so that someone else went ahead and set up “Singapore Atrium Sale But Nicer”, a Facebook page that posts the very same deals from the original account sans “the ego and lack of professionalism”.
Perhaps it was this “lack of professionalism” that rubbed the management of shopping mall Velocity@Novena Square the wrong way. At least, enough for mall owner UOL Group to engage their lawyers to issue a takedown request to the administrator of Singapore Atrium Sale over an inaccurate post.
The conflict was revealed via a legal letter sent to the Facebook page’s administrator last Friday (Feb 28), who subsequently uploaded it online. The questionable post involved a sale of hand sanitisers that the administrator initially indicated was taking place at Velocity.
This turned out to be incorrect. A representative of the mall’s management sent a message to Singapore Atrium Sale, clarifying that the sale was actually taking place at a mall next to Velocity. The representative then requested for the mall’s name to be removed from the Facebook post.
More at https://www.asiaone.com/digital/bargain-hunting-facebook-page-singapore-atrium-sale-courts-legal-trouble-velocity