With bicycle-sharing operator oBike in liquidation in Singapore, the chances of users getting their deposits back are slim, say lawyers.
It is unclear how many people have unreturned deposits - of up to $49 - which they placed with oBike to rent its two-wheelers, although some 260 customers have lodged complaints with the consumer watchdog against the company so far this year.
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