Blind Bartomaeus, the website that makes it easy to book an apartment in Singapore, is shutting down on March 31.
The company’s founders have decided to shut down the website, which was designed to allow Singaporeans to easily find apartments, as they begin to focus on growing their business.
The site, which has been running for a few years, was started by a young man from the US who has since become a multimillionaire with a huge portfolio of real estate assets, according to a statement from the company.
“As we focus on building an ecosystem of trusted partners, we’ve decided to stop running this site,” the statement reads.
“We’re now focusing on developing the business, hiring new talent, and creating new revenue streams.”
The Blind Bartamaeus website, accessible by using your browser’s address bar, will remain available to Singaporeans until March 31, but you will not be able to search for apartments in Singapore.
“After many years of service, we want to be able for our partners to reach Singaporeans in a more efficient and meaningful way,” the company said in a statement.
The move comes after a series of events, including a massive data breach that revealed the names of Singaporeans who have registered on the Blind, the company’s website.
It was also revealed that the company is the subject of a government investigation.
While some Singaporeans have tried to make use of the Blind’s services to book their apartment in the city, many others have opted to simply check the address for listings on the website and make reservations.
The Blind’s website was also a major source of traffic for the company, which helped it to gain a loyal following among Singaporeans.
The website has been used by more than 100,000 Singaporeans, who have found the site to be a reliable source of information about their apartment search.
It’s a huge blow to the company as it has grown to become one of the most valuable online businesses in Singapore and it’s difficult to find a better way to reach a large population of Singaporean people than to use their website.
The business has also faced a series, including the massive data breaches of Airbnb, Uber and the website for the movie company Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As a result, the Singapore government has decided to launch an investigation into the site, according a report in The Straits Times.
The investigation was prompted by the company failing to protect users’ privacy when it came to its data collection, and it has revealed that there were no data breaches.
“The investigation into Blind Bartmaeus has been launched to identify and prevent similar breaches, in particular when it comes to privacy, in order to provide the Singapore public with the most accurate information on the company and its services,” the government statement read.
“In addition, the investigation will also be able detect and address issues related to the security of data collected by the Blind.
We will continue to monitor the situation.”