Netizen exposes boss who pretended to be co-worker to avoid paying salaries


Singapore—One woman ended up unearthing a host of scams related to the same person who duped her initially. She took to social media to expose her experience of being cheated out of her salary.

A netizen who goes by Claire Swf told the story on her Facebook account of how she worked for a company called Elevate Sales from June to September of 2019. She received her salary for the first month, but when she was let go of, her second month’s salary was never given to her, no matter how many times she asked for it.

And then she found out that she, and presumably her other co-workers, had been lied to about who was really the boss of the company.

HOW MY BOSS PRETENDED TO BE MY COLLEAGUE SO HE DIDN’T NEED TO PAY MEDON’T EVER WORK WITH THESE 2 SCUMBAGSSit down…

Posted by Claire Swf on Sunday, March 22, 2020

When Claire started at Elevate Sales, which she says is no longer in business, the boss was said to be a man named Joshua Chua. One of her colleagues was a man named Tay Siang Hong, “another writer who was

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