Trust Tuition Agency in Singapore
Complaint 361804 Details

  • Date Occurred: 06/01/2017
  • Reported Damages: $100,000.00
  • Location: Singapore, Bukit Batok, Wcega Tower
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Trust Tuition Agency aka Trust Tutor ( is a total scam & dishonest company. They post almost daily in Singapore's Straits Times Classified ads under Part Time Jobs, looking for part and full time tuition coordinators to call or go to their scammy website Alot of unexpecting people new to the industry get conned by them. They keep calling people to go to their seminiars. They always trick people into subscribing their dead tutor database and push people to take up unrealistic longer than needed subscriptions. Their other add on services are also not as described they never honour what they promised. Alot of people had lost their money to this scammy company. In contrary to their name, they are not to be trusted and they are a very dishonest, unethical company. I don't think conning money this way from people will make them feel good spending the cheated money. They will lose all the money soon.

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  • Lee
  • Lee SBID #74b71fedfc
  • Posted 07/12/2017
  • I am another unfortunate victim to fall for this scam. A total of $2461.3 (not including the advertising fees I ve spent for flyers and notice boards) is being accounted for. I was being sweet talked into siging up for a 2 year contract with them without any prior knowledge of additional fees that are incurred for their thumbdrive that contains advertising templates for flyers, and a custom made id tag for $19.90.

    Furthermore, I wasn`t expecting that we have to ownself seek for potential students at our own expense. I was given a false promise that there is a growing demand in this market but instead for a period of 1 month plus after putting advertisements on 4 mrt notice boards and distributing flyers for 10 blocks I only managed to get two phone calls from parents. The worst thing is that there is another $55 charge known as a termination fee to stop your account when you decided to pull out from them regardless if you break contract or not.

    I was adviced by a close friend of mine that the whole thing is a big scam. First thing first they mentioned its a freelance role. But why do we still need to sign contract and pay a fee? Reason is that they themselves are acting as agents as well instead of employers therefore they probably get their comission from all the fees that they imposed on tuition coordinators. Then the termination fee part is ridiculous as well, the actual practice in the working world is that when you break a contract, you need to pay. But a compulsory termination fee is unheard of.

    Bringing back, I am not sure what can be done for now. Was told by my friends and family to make a report to the MOM or Police. Will appreciate if anyone here can advice what legal action can be taken.Thank you.

    Unfortunate undergraduate student
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  • vic
  • vic SBID #628911bf21
  • Posted 08/11/2017
  • Hey Lee,

    I was also a victim myself. I don't think MOM or Police can do anything about it unless you can produce evidence that this whole thing is a scam.

    I've already seek legal advice to go to small claims tribunal to ask for a full refund on the subscriptions. But seems like they are already very well prepared in covering up for their unethical practice through the service agreement and they even took videos of us signing the agreement willingly. But anyway, I'm going to try my luck at SCT. So I'm trying to gather more evidence to prove that this is a potential scam.

    You can probably do the same or seek advice through legal aid.
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  • Complaint Against Trust Tuition Agency in Singapore
  • Complaints Filed: 4
  • Reported Damages: $105,376.00
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