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taken at bukit tinggi

cikgu bedah ok..

sorry peeps lama tak update
malas banget tahap gaban.

Tuesday, 24-Jul-2007 11:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A.P Seri Sadawangi Sdn Bhd

please click on the above link to read on the tribunal case we filed earlier.
sebagai pengajaran supaya jangan terpedaya with this maid agency.

the director should set an example for all of us,
yet she acted on an impulse like a child!
talking about professionalism.
and menopause. sigh!!

REALISING that their efforts to get adequate compensation from a maid recruitment agency for their runaway maid was not being met, a couple sought help from the Consumer Claims Tribunal.

Their faith in the system was duly rewarded when a judgment was made in their favour.

Speaking to The Malay Mail at their home in Bukit Indah, Ampang, yesterday, Suhaimi Yusoh, 30, and Mastika Dewi Ali, 29, said they were pleased with the award by the tribunal on July 18.

The tribunal awarded them RM2,730 after weighing up the claims by both the agency, Sadawangi Sdn Bhd, as well as the couple.

“Our maid Sholikha ran away in April after only working for a month. Because the period in which she ran away was still within the warranty period, we were only offered RM2,400 by the agency,” said Suhaimi.

“We found the agency through recommendations from friends. We initially scouted for our maid from the agency’s website,” he said.

The couple said they had initially paid RM5,100 upon entering into an agreement with A. P. Seri Sadawangi Sdn Bhd for the hire of an Indonesian maid.

Suhaimi and Mastika first turned to The Malay Mail Hotline on May 30 to highlight their problem.

According to Mastika, the agency had initially offered two packages when she wanted to employ a maid, either the silver or the gold package.

“The gold category is an expensive package and we were told that the maids under this category are more experienced than those in the other category.

“Although Sholikha was not good in her work, she was nevertheless placed under the gold package,” she said.

Mastika also said that many of her belongings had been damaged by the maid.

She said when she was asked by the tribunal president on why she refused the offer by the agency for a replacement maid, she replied that the credibility of the maid agency was questionable.

She told the tribunal that she felt she had been misrepresented and was deceived by the agency.

The agency informed the couple that Sholika was 19 in their prepared bio-data, but her passport stated that she was 23. When asked by Mastika, Sholika said she was 17.

The couple also said that the agency had varied some sections of the written agreement such as days off and overtime payment, which the tribunal president admitted was confusing as the terms in the contract were vague.

“We are glad that everything is settled now. It goes to show that there is recourse for people like us,” Mastika said.

Although admitting that they still suffered monetary loss, the couple are nevertheless glad that they still have a place to turn to and are looking forward to receiving a settlement from Sadawangi soon.

The couple advised people with similar problems to seek recourse from the Consumer Claims Tribunal to protect their interests.

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