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Scam - "Singapore Airline 45th Anniversary Free Ticket Giveaway"

2018-07-01T12:24:37 -  +
Scam - "Singapore Airline 45th Anniversary Free Ticket Giveaway"

The "Singapore Airline 45th Anniversary Free Ticket" giveaway below is a scam. After charging you $1 on your credit card, it sign you into the website ebooki.cc or thepolo.cc, which is fraudulent and will charge you a monthly fee of $49.95. Furthermore, your information may also be fraudulently used by other third party, so you may have to cancel your credit card and get a new one to stop continuous fraudulent charges.

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The "Singapore Airline 45th Anniversary Free Ticket" Scam

Singapore Airlines offers 2 tickets to EVERYONE for ONLY $1! To celebrate its 45th anniversary.

Singaporeairlines.com--fly.co

Singapore Airlines offers 2 tickets to EVERYONE for ONLY $1! To celebrate its 45th anniversary.

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  • Posted: Jul 1, 2018 at 11:17 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "Good day!

    Just read your page via google...

    Something bad happened to me..

    There was an online promo sale for singaporeair for $1 as per provided on the site. So since i am aiming to go and visit there with my mom on her birthday this year ive tried to avail the said promo.

    they asked 3 questions then next step is I need to post the sale on my facebook acct then next step is they asked for my information and my bank number with the cvv at the back of my card.

    once I provided my cvv it has been completed then next thing happened is I cant open the page where can I book a flight.i received an email that its for organizedjobs, an online service which helps people to find a job.

    Then i felt its a fraudulent activity already.
    I rushed and go outside to look for the nearest atm machines to get my funds on my bank account.but it's all offline.

    When I came back home i called in the customer service line of my bank to check if there are funds collected via online and there is its from another country not singaporeair...they collected 1 riyal on my account I just requested to froze my account today and ill be physically visiting my bank to closed my account since they have already my bank information..."

    delete


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