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Facebook users cheated of $1M through impersonation scams over past year: Singapore police

Facebook users cheated of $1M through impersonation scams over past year: Singapore police.

15/2/2019 10:06:00 AM

Facebook users cheated of $1M through impersonation scams over past year: Singapore police.

Facebook users have been cheated of at least $1 million due to impersonation scams in the past year, said the Singapore Police Force (SPF).

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Not desirable to move ministers after less than a year, but situation ‘can’t be helped’: PM Lee

SINGAPORE — It is not desirable to give Cabinet ministers short stints in their portfolios owing to the disruption it can cause, but such moves are sometimes necessary, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (April 23).

Foreigners in Singapore caught burning joss paper – has this been outsourced too?Foreign workers in Singapore were caught burning joss paper in a burning bin. The sight was recorded in a Facebook video posted by the page All Singapore Stuff in the midst of Chinese New Year week.

At least $1 million lost to Facebook impersonation scams offering grants since January 2018SINGAPORE - At least $1 million was lost to Facebook impersonation scams from January last year to this month, the police said on Friday (Feb 15).. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Govt made 41 police reports in past three years over loss of personal data: DPM TeoMltiplying the atmosphere of the racist word makes sense if there is a problem touchd if it is not the thing that is strngthn the journey in the city the point is a growing wrd cn only lead to a rcist wrd if bab thre is no othr prson judging only his fellow judge

Government reported 41 cases of personal data loss to police over past 3 years: DPM TeoThe Government has reported 41 incidents to the Police over the past three years, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said on Wednesday (Feb 13).

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HIV data leak: 'Mikhy Brochez' Facebook account removed for violating user policiesThe Facebook account of a user claiming to be the American conman at the heart of a massive HIV data leak was removed early Thursday (14 February) morning by the social media giant for violating user policies.

Police raid Wirecard office in Singapore following FT reports alleging fraudSINGAPORE: The police confirmed on Friday (Feb 8) that it has raided the Singapore premises of German payments processing company Wirecard, which ...

Police raid Wirecard entities in Singapore after reports of fraud allegations at payments giantSINGAPORE - Police raided the premises of Wirecard on Friday (Feb 8) following allegations of fraud at the local office of the payments processing group.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Singapore police raid Wirecard office following FT reportsSINGAPORE police raided the premises of German payments company Wirecard in the city on Friday following a series of investigative reports in the Financial Times alleging fraud and creative accounting. Read more at The Business Times.

About 3,500 rental tenants bought their first homes over past six yearsSINGAPORE - For five years, delivery driver Mohammad Suhaimi Junaini, his wife and their two daughters aged six and two called a rental flat in Telok Blangah home.. Read more at straitstimes.com.