Singapore residents, if you have received an email message stating: "SingPass account security info verification" from "SingPass Government [ firstname.lastname@example.org .sg ]," informing you that your SingPass PINs have been suspended, and to click on a link to confirm your email address. Please note that the email is a phishing scam, which was NOT sent by SingPass. Should you receive this email, do not click on the link, simply delete it and contact SingPass at email@example.com.
SingPass (Singapore Personal Access) was launched in March 2003 and is a gateway to hundreds of e-services offered by more than 60 government agencies, enabling users to only have to remember one password when connecting and transacting with the Government.
Remember, never click on a link to sign into your SingPass account, update your profile or change your password. Always go directly to https://www.singpass-services.gov.sg/ instead.
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