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Old 31-07-2020, 12:05 PM   #31
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lololo this thread is funny

why don't you call the contact centre and get them reassign a new agent? dont bother to wait for the current agent
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Old 31-07-2020, 12:13 PM   #32
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Hi, do you mind using your real account? Thanks.
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Old 31-07-2020, 12:30 PM   #33
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lololo this thread is funny

why don't you call the contact centre and get them reassign a new agent? dont bother to wait for the current agent
You are thinking too much.

Why don't you just go direct to Prudential and request for a servicing agent?
OK, it is my fault, I didn't type the full thing. But I did post at the Getting Started thread.

I bought this policy from a friend. She has since left. A random agent was assigned to me.

Some time back I messaged her. She said she will get back to me the next day. I have since waited for 2 weeks. In between I also did send her another message which she ignored (don't even have blue tick).

I did call into the customer service centre. They told me they will get the current agent to contact me.
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Old 31-07-2020, 01:56 PM   #34
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Wakao, I really doubt anyone would create their first account and call themselves SexyCheng.

An account since 2013 but never ever post before?

Paiseh, I paranoid.

if that person is really gonna be your prudential advisor, you will know more about that person than any "real" forum account that person might have. it's a regulator profession.
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Old 31-07-2020, 01:57 PM   #35
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OK, it is my fault, I didn't type the full thing. But I did post at the Getting Started thread.

I bought this policy from a friend. She has since left. A random agent was assigned to me.

Some time back I messaged her. She said she will get back to me the next day. I have since waited for 2 weeks. In between I also did send her another message which she ignored (don't even have blue tick).

I did call into the customer service centre. They told me they will get the current agent to contact me.
why don't you call the agent? if that agent still doesn't reply. call prudential and tell them that agent isn't responsive and ask them change again?
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Old 31-07-2020, 02:09 PM   #36
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why don't you call the agent? if that agent still doesn't reply. call prudential and tell them that agent isn't responsive and ask them change again?
Message don't reply, what's the difference with a call?

But anyway, just did. Never pick up.
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Old 31-07-2020, 02:18 PM   #37
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Message don't reply, what's the difference with a call?

But anyway, just did. Never pick up.
erm cause if message, the person can feign ignorance, i.e. forget to reply. but if call, unless the person purposely out to avoid you, there is no reason to not answer unless the person not at the phone at that time. so it's like putting the person on the spot?
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erm cause if message, the person can feign ignorance, i.e. forget to reply. but if call, unless the person purposely out to avoid you, there is no reason to not answer unless the person not at the phone at that time. so it's like putting the person on the spot?
I get what you are saying, but it more of works just amongst friends.

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Old 31-07-2020, 02:33 PM   #39
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I get what you are saying, but it more of works just amongst friends.

works??????
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Old 31-07-2020, 02:37 PM   #40
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works??????
Your method is to confirm chop is someone avoiding you.

But why would an agent avoid a client due to personal reasons? Especially one that I never even see before..

So your post/method, while logically sound, does not apply in my context. That's what I was saying. Paiseh, maybe have typo in my post, eating lunch now.

Anyway, I called, went voice message. But before I call I already know won't pick up de lah. Waste my time nia.
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if that person is really gonna be your prudential advisor, you will know more about that person than any "real" forum account that person might have. it's a regulator profession.
Let me know if you’re still open for me to take over your policy.
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Your method is to confirm chop is someone avoiding you.

But why would an agent avoid a client due to personal reasons? Especially one that I never even see before..

So your post/method, while logically sound, does not apply in my context. That's what I was saying. Paiseh, maybe have typo in my post, eating lunch now.

Anyway, I called, went voice message. But before I call I already know won't pick up de lah. Waste my time nia.
you already say may. maybe cause no money to make from you, and LLST got assigned by prudential.

how you know won't pick up?

Let me know if you’re still open for me to take over your policy.
me?
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you already say may. maybe cause no money to make from you, and LLST got assigned by prudential.

how you know won't pick up?

me?
I really don't know you nitpicking what.

I messaged and Prudential call centre told me they will tell the agent to contact me. Still never. What makes you think I call she will answer? Miracle ah?

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I really don't know you nitpicking what.

I messaged and Prudential call centre told me they will tell the agent to contact me. Still never. What makes you think I call she will answer? Miracle ah?

maybe the person never save your number. dunno who this person is and just pick up ma. all sorts of possibility
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maybe the person never save your number. dunno who this person is and just pick up ma. all sorts of possibility
Yes, also very possible Man Utd win EPL next season.
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