Sheng Siong Scam - Fake SMS Notifying of Lucky Draw Win

Sheng Siong Scam - Fake SMS Notifying of Lucky Draw Win

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There are fraudulent SMS notifications been sent by online scammers informing the public of their win in an "August Draw". Please DO NOT click the link in the SMS or follow the instructions in them, as you will be directed to a checkout page on a fraudulent website that will ask you to enter your credit card information. A monthly subscription of SGD 122 will be charged to your credit card upon checkout.

Sheng Siong would like to inform that they do not send out SMS notifications to their customers. Also, their lucky draw winners will never be asked for their credit card information or to fill up personal information via any links. Furthermore, the Sheng Siong Mid-Year Lucky Draw season has already ended on 3 August 2019.

Please do not divulge your credit card details and/or transfer any payments when you encounter suspicious messages, and avoid circulating the scam link.

You are advised to only trust information shared on our official Sheng Siong Supermarket Facebook page: When in doubt, please contact Sheng Siong Customer Service team at +65 6895 1888 during office hours, or drop them a PM in our Facebook inbox for clarifications. Thank you.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • September 5, 2019 at 4:58 PM by an anonymous user from Singapore, Central Singapore, Singapore

    For years criminals use software or apps to send sms to Telco network. So why no filtering or stricter technology to void all these fake sms coming through the telcos network to phones?

    Surely the responsibility to stop criminals should be done. Years lapsed and nothing is done.


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Sheng Siong Scam - Fake SMS Notifying of Lucky Draw Win