More than S$830,000 lost to Carousell phishing scams in December as police warn of sharp rise in cases
SINGAPORE: More than S$830,000 were lost to phishing scams involving fake buyers on e-commerce platform Carousell since the start of December, the police said on Wednesday (Dec 28).
In an advisory, the police said that scammers would pose as buyers on Carousell and victims would be asked to key in their banking details on spoofed websites to facilitate payment or delivery.
The police noted a "sharp increase" in the number of a phishing scam variant involving fake buyers on Carousell in December alone.……
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so all of us really need to be on our toes and make sure all of us are always cautious and vigilant regardless of the situation and challenges or circumstances that we may face too
Why not the govt implement heavy punishment like in prison and cane instead punishment of 50-year-old men for rape which is understood as a very rare case and is recommended by Istana
Luckily, I didn't order from them!
They should punish by law!
stay safe everyone and practice social distancing and wear a mask
Oye Comova 02/01/2023
sg so hightech mah..cant even stop all dis nonsence isit..so dun call urself hightech if cant catch or stop all dis from evolving...ur hightech only for catching smokers i tink,dis one cam catch very fast...damn