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3 teens among 8 charged with involvement in DBS phishing scam

3 teens among 8 charged with involvement in DBS phishing scam
Six men and two women aged between 17 and 28 were charged in a district court on Friday (June 24) over their alleged involvement in a phishing scam.
Their actions caused more than 60 DBS bank customers to lose over S$60,000.
In a statement, the police said the eight — all Singaporeans — purportedly gave their SingPass credentials to criminals for promised returns of between S$150 and S$1,500.
Some of them did not receive any monetary benefits as the recipients of their credentials turned evasive after successfully opening the bank accounts, the police added.
If found guilty of relinquishing their SingPass credentials, the eight individuals could be jailed for up to three years, fined up to S$10,000, or both.
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