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About FiSCA

The Financial Services Consumers Association (FiSCA) of Singapore is an independent, non-profit organization set up in April 2009. FiSCA is dedicated to looking out for consumers of financial products and services (such as loans, investments and insurance)

Objectives

FiSCA's mission is to promote financial education and protect consumers from unscrupulous practices in the financial services industry. We endeavour to raise the level of financial literacy among Singaporeans, and help consumers understand the various types of financial products and services offered in the Singaporean financial market.

Members Benefits

1.  Complimentary books on Financial Planning & Insurance by Mr Tan Kin Lian value at $24.
2.  Free admission to attend FiSCA Talks and Gatherings. Public need to pay $20.
3.  Free access to articles on FiSCA Website which will be closed for Public viewing after 3 days.
4.  Savings in Car Insurance premiums.  Email FiSCA at least 14 working days with your vehicle log card, existing renewal premiums and your particulars (FiSCA Membership number, Name, NRIC, Address, Contact Number, Email Address, Date Passed Driving and NCD)
5.  Savings in your premiums for Personal Accident and Home Contents.
6.  Are you paying too much for your insurance?  If you need review, special rates for FiSCA members $80 per hour, Public $120 per hour.
7.  Many more Benefits.

Office: 24 Sin Ming Lane #02-107, Midview City, Singapore 573970
Email: admin@fisca.sg
Contact: +65 6659 9611

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Hi Mr Tan, I came across this product. Trouble you to give your analytical views.  Is it really that good? https://www.income.com.sg/insurance/life-insurance/whole-life-insurance/vivowealth-sol... 17 Sep 2018, View: 15

Hi Mr Tan, I came across this product. Trouble you to give your analytical views.  Is it really that good? https://www.income.com.sg/insurance/life-insurance/whole-life-insurance/vivowealth-sol... 17 Sep 2018, View: 15

Dear Mr Tan, The lease period for a HDB studio apartment is 30 years. Why must the occupant pay everything upfront in order that he can have the keys to the unit. I consider it a 30 years lease fo... 11 Sep 2018, View: 32

Dear Mr Tan, The lease period for a HDB studio apartment is 30 years. Why must the occupant pay everything upfront in order that he can have the keys to the unit. I consider it a 30 years lease fo... 11 Sep 2018, View: 32

Dear Mr Tan, I just want to know whether you are aware that people who buy such unit for 30 years need to paid in full before they can occupy the flat. This is as bad as leasing for 30 years and wors... 03 Sep 2018, View: 37

Dear Mr Tan, I just want to know whether you are aware that people who buy such unit for 30 years need to paid in full before they can occupy the flat. This is as bad as leasing for 30 years and wors... 03 Sep 2018, View: 37

Hello Mr Tan, HDB homes now the government confirmed  we are lessees. How about executive condominium? Are these people lessees too? REPLY An executive condominium can be sold in the open m... 31 Aug 2018, View: 33

Hello Mr Tan, HDB homes now the government confirmed  we are lessees. How about executive condominium? Are these people lessees too? REPLY An executive condominium can be sold in the open m... 31 Aug 2018, View: 33

Someone said that in the UK, you can top up 20 years of the lease by paying a small premium. This is the example quoted: "a lease extension of a £250,000 flat in London, with 81 years remaining o... 30 Aug 2018, View: 28

Someone said that in the UK, you can top up 20 years of the lease by paying a small premium. This is the example quoted: "a lease extension of a £250,000 flat in London, with 81 years remaining o... 30 Aug 2018, View: 28

Mr. X allowed his car to move forward at a traffic stop and hit the car in front. The two drivers agreed not to make any claim as the damage was small. A few months later, Mr. X received a letter a... 30 Aug 2018, View: 100

Mr. X allowed his car to move forward at a traffic stop and hit the car in front. The two drivers agreed not to make any claim as the damage was small. A few months later, Mr. X received a letter a... 30 Aug 2018, View: 100

A policyholder bought a PruFlexiCash policy and paid premium of $48,000 over 8 years. She received cash payback of $16,000. The net surrender value now is about $8,000. If she surrender her policy now... 17 Aug 2018, View: 62

A policyholder bought a PruFlexiCash policy and paid premium of $48,000 over 8 years. She received cash payback of $16,000. The net surrender value now is about $8,000. If she surrender her policy now... 17 Aug 2018, View: 62

My friend told me that a company from the UK had been set up to develop 10,000 acres of land for planting the Musang King durian in Gua Musang. I recalled that Gua Musang is the constituency under ... 06 Aug 2018, View: 33

My friend told me that a company from the UK had been set up to develop 10,000 acres of land for planting the Musang King durian in Gua Musang. I recalled that Gua Musang is the constituency under ... 06 Aug 2018, View: 33

Hi Mr Tan, My private banker recommended Manulife Universal Life Plan to me. Single Premium: USD722,457 Sum Assured: USD2.5m Proposal is to take a loan for the USD722,457 with zero cash outlay. I... 20 Jul 2018, View: 159

Hi Mr Tan, My private banker recommended Manulife Universal Life Plan to me. Single Premium: USD722,457 Sum Assured: USD2.5m Proposal is to take a loan for the USD722,457 with zero cash outlay. I... 20 Jul 2018, View: 159

Dear Mr Tan, I’m 48 years old single man who is currently unemployed taking care of my 73 years old mum who has recently diagnosed of dementia. She is also a diabetic patient for more tha... 05 Jul 2018, View: 136

Dear Mr Tan, I’m 48 years old single man who is currently unemployed taking care of my 73 years old mum who has recently diagnosed of dementia. She is also a diabetic patient for more tha... 05 Jul 2018, View: 136