SPF’s Update on Scam Situation March 2021

by Admin

Posted on 1/14/2021 2:00:00 PM



Scams remain to be a concern in Singapore and the methods used by scammers are constantly evolving. In the first half of 2020, the total amount cheated for the common types of scams doubled to S$82 million, from S$41.6million in the same period in 2019. In response, SPF prepared a scam situation update to be disseminated to the public periodically to enhance general awareness against scams. Please refer to below materials for the scam situation as of January 21.

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Launch of NCPC's 'Scamshield' App

by Admin

Posted on 11/26/2020 1:37:00 PM





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Security Officer's Day 2020

by Admin

Posted on 10/5/2020 9:00:00 AM




Fun Facts:
- Do you know that The Security Officer's Day is inaugurated on 24 July 2014?

- The Security Association of Singapore (SAS) picked - July 24 - to honour security guards because they work round the clock, or 24/7.

There were 3 recipients for the Security Officer of the Year Award:



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Progressive Wage Model for the Security Industry

by Admin

Posted on 9/3/2020 5:00:00 PM





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Beware of Scam Calls

by Admin

Posted on 8/19/2020 3:30:00 PM


Scam Alert

Police have received several police reports of bank phishing cases where victims were security officers. Briefly, the victim would receive a call from scammers through phone and communication applications such as Whatsapp, IMO and Viber.

They would then impersonate as bank staff from DBS(widely used local bank), claiming that the victim’s bank accounts/ credit cards were locked, and would require his/her personal information (including OTPs) to unlock the accounts.

Once the scammers obtained the information, they would access the victim’s bank account and transfer the funds to overseas bank accounts.



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