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Consumer watchdog warns of phishing emails impersonating its officers; 13 reports received in 3 days

A phishing email impersonating Consumers Association of Singapore officers.

A phishing email impersonating Consumers Association of Singapore officers.

The Consumers Association of Singapore (Case) is warning members of the public about a phishing scam involving emails impersonating its officers, with at least 13 of such cases reported in a span of three days

In a media release on Tuesday (Jan 24), the consumer watchdog said that these emails, which bear the association's logo, include a fake ticket number for claims or disputes

The recipients are instructed to click on a chat icon to access a third party site to receive updates or monetary compensation

The emails are sent from different email addresses such as ‘odoo [at] compueconomicos.com’, ‘wilson [at] v3.sg’, and ‘bhm200025 [at] sdh.sg

Among the senders' names is ‘Lim Kong Ting SG Feedback’

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