People's Park Complex gets more consumer complaints than Sim Lim Square

DISPUTE: Police officers outside Mobile Alliance, one of the shops on People's Park Complex consumer alert list.

Sim Lim Square may be in the news for some of its vendors' rogue sales tactics lately.

But it is People's Park Complex in Chinatown which has the most number of consumer complaints among shopping centres in Singapore.

And these also involve mobile phone retailers.

Out of the 244 cases against the mobile phone industry that the Consumers Association of Singapore (Case) has handled so far this year , about 40 per cent, or 96 cases, involved shops at People' Park Complex.

In comparison, Sim Lim Square accounted for 49 cases, or about 20 per cent of the complaints.

Heated arguments with customers and police presence is common, said tenants and regulars of the mall.

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 13.

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