This isn’t the first, nor will it be the last time con artists endeavor to swindle individuals by utilizing NTUC’s name.
All things considered, $400 worth of NTUC vouchers is a really alluring amount of cash and it’s a most thing of us couldn’t imagine anything better than to have because of its reasonableness.
Strangely, I got this specific Whatsapp message two days back.
Also hell, it wasn’t even from some obscure number. It’s from a companion of mine. At the point when I called him, he said that he didn’t send the message to me. Soooo, am I right to accept that this is some type of malware?
A post by NTUC on Facebook peruses: “We were alarmed of another internet based trick that was facilitated on various informal sites mimicking FairPrice,”
“The site professes to compensate clients with a SG$400 gift voucher in festival of our 45th commemoration. Kindly be vigilant that this message was not made nor supported by us,”
NTUC has encouraged clients to disregard the connection and try not to share it.
TL;DR: Don’t open the connection and don’t share it
Hell, do get the message out and tell your folks and family members regarding this (I’m almost certain a few aunts and uncles are sharing the connection constant now).
We should assist with containing the harm before it goes crazy!