Netizens have submitted links of a fake phishing website that offers to give anyone who clicks on the link and gives personal details free NTUC Fairprice vouchers.

Several pictures of the website have been sent to us. NTUC Fairprice’s Facebook page has also seen several messages posted about the false website.

The link to the fake website has been circulating on social media and WhatsApp.

NTUC Fairprice’s Facebook page has issued this response: “Please note that the survey and post are neither created nor endorsed by FairPrice and we advise customers to be wary of fraudulent emails, websites and marketing campaigns. Our IT security team is also aware of this and the relevant authorities have been notified.”

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