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Aaron Chong
Hi, if you are left with no choice, perhaps informing your agent that you may lodge a complain to CEA would help in a way. Regards Aaron 97308455 aaronchong2774@yahoo.com.sg Read More

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Steven Wang
In most cases, your agent who represented you only have contact with the cobroke agent and not the landlord. Lets give him the benefit that he did try to help but it stopped at the cobroke agent level. You may also have a dishonest landlord. I suggest you give your agent a call again, have him relate the message to the landlord (thru cobroke agent) that landlord has XXX months to return the remaining deposit, as stipulated in the tenancy agreement. After that time frame, if you still do not get any reply or your money back, you can report to police. Like one agent pointed out, the duty of your agent ends with the contract. Sometimes, there is little he can do to help. There are many agents who, for many reasons, able to get to the landlord or cobroke and expedite the return of deposit. Yours may not have the means to help, but not necessarily that he is not taking responsibility.. I do hope it works out well for you soon. Read More

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