Singaporeans Love To Use CAPITAL LETTERS When Complaining About Online Services

A pretty interesting insight into how people in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines complain about e-commerce services.

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A recent study by iPrice and TrustedCompany revealed some pretty interesting facts about e-commerce complaints in four Southeast Asian countries

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The two companies conducted a study - analysing 30,000 reviews on e-commerce platforms (especially complaints) by Singaporeans, Malaysians, Thais, and Filipinos.

Singaporeans are 25% more likely to use capital letters in their complaints compared to Malaysians

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Yup, our neighbours from across the Causeway are more likely to "yell" when it comes to complaints.

On top of that, Singaporeans rank number one in requests for refunds

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Singaporeans have higher expectations on e-commerce stores as compared to their counterparts in the region. 29% of them have requested a refund while only 8.3% of Malaysians have done so.

On the other hand, Filipinos are not too impressed by their local e-commerce players

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Consumers in the Philippines are more likely to leave a negative review of their local e-commerce players as compared to Malaysians.

57 of them mention the word "worst" in their reviews while 33% write reviews with insults. Ouch.

Indonesians are a gracious lot. While they are 104% more likely to mention fraud as compared to Malaysians, they're more 100% more likely to leave higher ratings in their reviews.

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They are also the happiest with their e-commerce experiences and rates them 4.2 out of 5 stars.

Malaysians were less demanding with an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars while Singaporeans gave 2.9 out of 5 stars and Filipinos at 3.4 out of 5 stars

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The survey summed it up by saying that the younger generation of e-shoppers are more demanding

Post-millennials have higher expectations in e-commerce as compared to their older counterparts.

Reviewers below the age of 20 are 13% more likely to give a lower rating than those between 25 and 30 when it comes to complaints.

You can check out the infographic here

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