The Police would like to clarify that these calls were not made by SPF officers. Such calls impersonating government officials are typical scammers’ tactics. Members of public are advised to take the following precautions when they receive calls from unknown parties:
- Ignore such calls and the caller’s instructions.
- Do not provide your name, identification number, passport details, contact details, bank account or credit card details. Such information is useful to criminals.
Members of public who have received such calls or have information related to such scams can submit the information online at www.police.gov.sg/iwitness or lodge a police report.
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