Discovery Group Private Limited
1 Jun
Further update on The Discovery Group Pte Ltd, Discovery VIII and I Discover International Pte Ltd
Update on Discovery Group Pte Ltd, Discovery VIII and I Discover International Pte Ltd

We like to draw your attention to our two previous updatea on the Discovery Group Pte Ltd in the middle and end of 2012. Since the end of January 2013, CASE is not able to arrange mediation sessions for our members with The Discovery Group Pte Ltd and its two other related companies Discovery VIII and I Discover International Pte Ltd as the companies remain not contactable.

CASE officers are also not receiving any reply to their letters sent to these 3 companies. CASE had on 7 February 2013 written to the three companies inviting them to sign a Voluntary Compliance Agreement. Our reminders sent on 21 February 2013 received no response.

CASE also understands that the three companies are no longer located at their last known address at Beach Road.

We would advice consumers who have claims against the three companies to evaluate the situation and consider the appropriate action to take to protect their rights under their contracts, and if necessary commence legal action at the Small Claims Tribunal or other appropriate court. Consumers who needs more information in relation to their disputes with the three companies may contact CASE.

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