Mileslife Dirundung Masalah, KrisFlyer Singapore Airlines Tangguhkan Kerja Sama

first_img“Berlaku sejak 22 April 2019, kemitraan KrisFlyer dengan Mileslife untuk sementara ditangguhkan hingga pemberitahuan lebih lanjut,” bunyi tulisan tersebut.Pasalnya berbagai tanda dan sinyal menunjukkan Mileslife tengah dalam pergolakan. Hal ini pun terlihat dari 47 karyawan perusahaan ini yang terdaftar di Linkedin sebagai staf Mileslife dimana delapan diantaranya menyatakan terakhir bekerja per April ini.Ini juga dibuktikan dimana seorang pedagang asal Cina yang mengeluh tidak menerima pembayaran $7420 dari Mileslife sejak Desember 2018 kemarin. Seorang staf mengatakan kepada pedagang tersebut bahwa karyawan banyak yang diberhentikan dan perusahaan tutup.Beberapa vendor lainnya bahkan melaporkan tidak dapat menghubungi perusahaan yang bermarkas di Cina itu. Karena hal ini kemudian Mileslife mengeluarkan pernyataan dalam bahasa Cina yang menyangkal rumor dan mengatakan bahwa ini bisnis seperti biasa.Pernyataan tersebut juga menyatakan operasional perusahaan tersebut untung tahun 2018 kemarin. Namun, bisnis secara keseluruhan mengalami kerugian karena operasi di luar negeri. Mileslife kemudian berjanji untuk melunasi semua hutang dengan para pedagang. Tetapi, pernyataan itu tampaknya tidak menyangkal ada PHK.“Kami juga menyadari bahwa seorang karyawan Mileslife (Cina) telah berbagi bahwa perusahaan itu menyusut operasi di Tiongkok, dan mengurangi tenaga kerja. Kami mohon maaf atas kepanikan ini. Kami mohon maaf karena tidak menyampaikan informasi ini dengan cara yang lebih profesional dan matang,” ujar pernyataan itu.Perusahaan kemudian merilis pernyataan dalam Bahasa Inggris di Facebook dimana pihaknya memahami bahwa pengguna telah melaporkan contoh terbatas di mana pedagang terpilih menunda sementara penerimaan Mileslife setelah dugaan ini.“Tim kami bekerja keras untuk menjangkau semua mitra yang berharga untuk mengatasi masalah mereka, dan mencari pengertian Anda atas ketidaknyamanan yang ditimbulkan selama ini waktu, “kata pernyataan itu.Baca juga: Tidur Selonjoran di Kelas Ekonomi Jarak Jauh, Garuda Indonesia Tawarkan Economy Sleeping ComfortSingapore Airlines untuk menjelaskan mengapa mereka menangguhkan kemitraan. “Kami juga telah menghubungi Mileslife untuk memberikan komentar dan bertanya apakah Mileslife bermaksud mengembalikan uang kepada pengguna yang membeli kreditnya.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedMiles KrisFlyer Singapore Airlines Naik Per 7 Desember 201721/11/2017In “Destinasi”Singapore Airlines Teken MoU dengan Malaysia Airlines, Warganet Mencak-Mencak di Media Sosial01/07/2019In “Featured”Perluas Ekspansi, JavaMifi Gandeng Singapore Airlines17/05/2019In “Featured” Singapore Airlines A330 Baru-baru ini Singapore Airlines menangguhkan kemitraannya antara KrisFlyer, program frequent-flyer dengan Mileslife. Mileslife sendiri adalah aplikasi seluler yang memungkinkan pengguna mendapatkan miles atau poin dalam penerbangan baik di tempat makan, gaya hidup, ritel, perjalanan dan berbagai pengeluaran lainnya.Baca juga: Miles KrisFlyer Singapore Airlines Naik Per 7 Desember 2017Sebab Milislife sendiri memiliki fitur e-wallet yang mana pengguna bisa memperoleh kredit dengan imbalan uang tunai. Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman techinasia.com (26/4/2019), Singapore Airlines mengumumkan penangguhan tersebut dengan pemberitahuan singkat di situs websitenya.(www.techinasia.com)last_img read more

Ten Pow, Rahaman to face off this weekend at Georgetown Grand Prix

first_imgTHE Georgetown Grand Prix will be back in action at GT Motorsports this Saturday, with action blazing off at 18:00hrs. The organisers are urging patrons to come out and witness the best that Guyana has to offer in riveting go-kart action.As the season winds down to the end, the battle will be on to see who would be crowned 2018 overall champions of the various categories.In the two Georgetown Grand Prix events this year, the battles were intense and Saturday promises to be no different.In the Sunburst Kids Cup, 2017 champion Jeremy Ten Pow is facing a stiff clash with Nathan Rahaman to retain his crown, as just six points separate the duo after six completed races.With four wins, Ten Pow has 128 points, but the consistent Rahaman is a close second on 122, including two victories. They are followed by Justin Ten Pow on 87, Paige Mendonca on 81 and Josh Khan on 32.The Baby Cup is a two-way battle between Justin Ten Pow and Nicholas Sawh, who have both recorded three wins this season. They are both locked on 126 points, with Caleb Paul way back on 51.Dharmendra Dharmo leads the Easy Cup Rookie on 62 points, but his lead is slim as Naresh Alves and Zack Persaud are close behind in second and third on 51 and 50 points respectively. Sachin Narine has 43 points and Shahab Ghanie 34.Just three points separate Stefan Jeffrey and Steven Nobrega at the top of the Easy Cup Super group. Jeffrey has 108, while Nobrega is on 105, followed by Kristian Jeffrey (75) and Brian Ten Pow (66).The X30 Junior is led by Rayden Persaud on 109, followed by John Phang (95), Elan Rahaman (82), Faraud Mohamed (81), Gianni Carpenter (76) and Mikhail Persaud (51).Shan Seejatan is the leader of the X30 Masters, having accumulated 123 points. He is followed by Haniff Mohamed on 98, Mahendra Boodhoo on 83 and Ralph Persaud on 36.Mikhail Persaud is a runaway leader of the X30 Senior, having amassed 125 points. Matthew Phang with 87 is in second spot, followed by the Trinidad and Tobago pair Zachary Boodram (76) and Kristian Boodoosingh (74), John Phang (59), Elan Rahaman (50) and Raymond Baksh (41).Admission to the event is free.last_img read more

Conquerors beat Buxton United in extra time

first_imgGeorgetown champion Fruta Conquerors and Santos FC secured hard-fought quarterfinal wins when the KFC Independence Knockout Club National Championship continued yesterday at the National Training Centre, Providence. The Tucville based Fruta Conquerors outfit overcame East Coast Demerara champion Buxton United 5-3 in extra time after regulation time produced a 3-3 stalemate.Nicholas MacArthur handed Fruta Conquerors the lead in the extra time interval compliments of a 107th minute strike. The conversion was his second of the match.The result was then sealed when Wayne Baker made his presence felt in the 110th minute. Prior to the dramatic conclusion, Omari Glasgow pushed Buxton United into the lead with a 21st minute attempt. This lead would be maintained heading into the halftime interval. Upon the resumption, Rayvon Bailer equalized, netting in the 58th minute. Fruta Conquerors then took the lead in the 72nd minute when MacArthur opened his account.However, Buxton United fought back to seize control through a double from Durant. The burly forward equalised in the 78th minute, before handing his side the advantage in the 85th minute to seal his brace.Nonetheless, the match would enter the extra time realm, with Leon Richardson breaking Buxton hearts in the 90th+1 minute. With the win, Fruta Conquerors will now oppose Santos FC, who downed Rupununi champions Strikers  3-1. Stephon Reynolds handed Santos the lead in the 20th minute. However, Felix Bartholomew leveled proceedings compliments of a 40th minute conversion.Nevertheless, Santos would seal their place in the final four section following two unanswered goals.Leslie McGarrell handed the Georgetown unit the lead once more as he etched his name on the scorer’s sheet in the 61st minute. The result was then sealed as Ronaldo Rodrigues found the back of the net in the 80th minute. To date, Upper Demerara Football Association [UDFA] champion Botofago and Dynamic FC are the other two teams to seal semi-final berths following quarterfinal victories.Botofago overcame East Bank Demerara winner Timehri Panthers 3-2 while Dynamic FC downed Berbice champions New Amsterdam [NA] United 3-0.  The two teams will meet in the second semi-final.The winning team will pocket $500,000 and a trophy, with the second and third place finishers receiving $300,000 and $200,000 each and the corresponding accolade. The fourth-place finisher will receive a trophy. Complete ResultsGame-1Santos-3 vs Strikers-1Santos Scorers Stephon Reynolds-20thLeslie McGarrell-61stRonaldo Rodrigues-80th Strikers ScorerFelix Bartholomew-40thGame-2 Fruta Conquerors-5 vs Buxton United-3Fruta ScorersNicholas MacArthur-72nd and 107th Rayvon Bailey-58thLeon Richardson-90th+1Wayne Baker-110th Buxton ScorersKobe Durant-78th and 85thOmari Glasgow-21stlast_img read more

Navy Sports: Weekend Results (10/19-10/22)

first_imgSprint Football (4-1, 3-0 CSFL South)Beat Chestnut Hill, 31-0, holding the Griffins to just 31 yards of total offense and zero first downs in the second half of the game.Notable Performance: Dean Rye (senior, Fairfax, VA) took his interception 35-yards for a defensive TD. Gavin O’Donnell (senior, Greenfield Township, PA) recorded 2.5 sacks for 15 yards in the 4th quarter. He finished the game with 3.5 tackles for loss and the team lead in tackles with nine.Men’s GolfFinished third out of 13 teams at the Lehigh Invitational. The event closed out the men’s fall season.Notable Performance: Charlie Musto (sophomore, Sterling, VA), the reigning Patriot League Individual Medalist, posted a 2-over par 74 in the final found. He finished the tournament in fifth place overall 5-0ver par.Women’s GolfFinished third out of ten teams at the Lehigh Invitational. The event closed out the women’s fall season.Notable Performances: Shannon Gould (freshman, O’Fallon, MO), Tori Smith (freshman, Arlington, TX) and Morgan Frazier (junior, Mechanicsburg, PA) finished third through fifth, respectively.Rifle (4-1, 3-0 GARC)Swept their first road trip of the season with a 4,668-4,656 victory at #16 Ole Miss, which followed a 4,660-4,639 win at #15 Memphis.Notable Performances: Gabriella Mayes (freshman, Rio Rancho, NM) had the highest score (591) of both teams in air rifle in the victory over Memphis. Kestrel Kuhne (junior, Everett, PA) led the field at Ole Miss with a 593 in air rifle and the second best score in smallbore (580).Rowing (Heavyweight and Lightweight)All four boats racing on the three-mile Charles River course at the world famous Head of the Charles Regatta placed in the top-10 of their respective events.Notable Performance: The lightweight first varsity boat finished fourth in the Men’s Lightweight Eights event, posting a 16:10.362 result.Intercollegiate SailingCompeting in four regattas over the weekend, the team took home two second-place finishes (at the Truxton Umsted Regatta and at the weather-shortened Central Late Fall Regatta).Notable Performances:  Connor Bayless (sophomore, Annapolis, MD), Sarah Barkley (senior, New York City, NY) and Sean Linden (sophomore, Brightwaters, NY) won the B division at the Truxton Umsted Regatta.Men’s Soccer (2-11-1, 1-5 PL)Beat Boston University, 2-1, at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility on Saturday night. The win snapped an eight-game losing streak for the Mids.Notable Performances: Bayne Bentley (freshman, Austin, TX) scored a goal to tie the game in the 71st minute. Jacob Williams (freshman, Millersville, MD) scored in the 85th minutes to take the lead. Williams was selected the Patriot League Rookie of the Week for his performance.Women’s Soccer (10-5-3, 6-2 PL)Lost to Colgate, 1-0, in double overtime Saturday at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. The game matched up the first and second place teams in the Patriot League.Notable Performance: Karli Sottung (senior, Westfield, NJ) recorded four shots, one on goal.Swimming & Diving (Men and Women) (both are 5-1)The women recorded 13 event wins, while the men picked up 7 victories over Johns Hopkins, Towson and William & Mary Friday night at Lejeune Hall in Annapolis.Notable Performances: Lauren Barber (senior, New Wilmington, PA) won the 100 breast, 200 breast and 100 IM races for the women. Bradley Buchter (junior, Hickory, NC) posted wins in the one-meter and three-meter events for the men.Men’s TennisTotaled seven wins at the ITA Atlantic Region Championship. Both of the Mids’ doubles tandems and three of four of their singles entries posted main draw victories.Notable Performances: Andrew Ton (sophomore, Milpitas, CA) won two matches in the 128-player singles draw and teaming with Derrick Thompson (freshman, Towson, MD) won two matches in the 64-team doubles draw.Women’s Volleyball (17-6, 9-1 PL)Beat Lehigh 25-10, 25-13, 25-20 on Friday night and grabbed another victory from Bucknell on Saturday afternoon. The Mids beat the Bison (6-14, 1-8), 31-29, 25-14, 25-14.  Navy has now won seven straight home-league matches and six straight league-matches overall.Notable Performance: Katie Patrick (senior, Aurora, CO) broke the school record for career blocks when she recorded no. 363 on Saturday afternoon against Bucknell.Water Polo (12-9, 4-3 MAWPC)Lost to #20 George Washington, 14-8, on Friday night. The Mids missed 21 shots on the night and couldn’t contain GW’s offense.Notable Performance: Andrew Shashin (sophomore, Buffalo Grove, IL) scored three goals and led Navy with three ejections drawn.We’ll see you next week with more Navy Sports: Weekend Results!Please follow and like us: Here’s a look at how the Naval Academy’s teams fared the third weekend of October. Also included are “Notable Performances” from each event. Congratulations to all the athletes. Raise the Sail!Football (2-5, 1-3 AAC)Lost to Houston, 49-36, Saturday afternoon in Annapolis. (Click here for full RECAP)last_img read more