SCAMMERS SEND “ONLINE DELIVERY” SMS TO TRICK SMARTPHONE USERS

A reader received an SMS claiming to be an online delivery order with a suspicious looking hyperlink. He believes the link to be a cyber attack by a scammer and wants to warn Singaporeans of its dangers.

According to our reader, he received an SMS today from an unknown number, which claimed that he has online parcels waiting for his collection. The SMS had a hyperlink to an unknown website attached to it.

As he did not order any online items and was feeling suspicious about the SMS, he refused to click on the link, which would allegedly lead him to a form requesting him to enter his personal information.

What do you think?

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