May 30, 2007
We are seeking legal advice, and are sympathetic with parties who feel they may have been aggrieved by contributors to Tomorrow.sg. We are also mindful that threats of legal action should never be used to quash legitimate and valid criticism on the internet.
If you know anyone who has had dealings with Grand Seasons International, and who can assist us in this case, we would appreciate it if you could ask them to email us at email@example.com to establish the merits of this particular case.
Our Ref: JSG/1311/07
Date: 23 May 2007
Registrar: Vooju Pte Ltd
Registrant: James Seng
GRAND SEASONS INTERNATIONAL - TIMESHARE SCAM COMPANY
We act for M/s Grand Seasons International Pte Ltd.
Our clients instruct that a blog has been published in your Bulletin of Singapore Bloggers at the following url address: http://tomorrow.sg/archives/2006/10/23/grand_seasons_international_ti.html with the heading in bold "Grand Season International-TimeShare Scam Company".
We are instructed that the above words are defamatory of our clients and our client's reputation and goodwill has been disparaged and seriously damage. It is common knowledge that the Internet has millions of users who have free and open access to the words complained of.
In the premises our clients instruct that unless the above offending words are removed from the above url address and from the bulletin board within the next 5 days from the date hereof our clients shall have no alternative but to proceed as they deem fit in the matter.
Our clients also seek your co-operation to disclose the name and address of "GECKO" who has posted comment on 23/10/06 regarding our clients in the captioned matter as our clients intend to pursue their legal rights against the writer.
Jagjit Singh Gill