I also subscribe to the sentiments expressed by Hubertson Waleds Jr regarding the SINPF services. I recall that recently the Manager of the SINPF had highlighted the profit made by the organisation over the last financial year. While this is all well and good, the SINPF must also be seen to be customer oriented and one of the ways it can do that is through its services.
In this technological age, it is expected that the SINPF must have a website. A website would enable members keep tap of their investment, useful for SINPF to publicise their services and have available the various forms for the benefit of members. The fact that they have not done so yet is mind boggling. It is high time that the SINPF take note of these constructive comments and act on it.
NPF, Please Go Cyber!
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