Fake

BEWARE! ONLINE SHOP 'YEAH MALL' SELLS FAKE ONITSUKA SHOES, DENIES REFUNDS

Many buyers are unhappy with online shop "Yeah Mall" as it allegedly sells fake Onitsuka Tiger shoes. The shop failed to provide refunds and even blocked people from leaving negative comments on its page. Be careful, don't kena scammed!

Filed Under: 

PRIMERO FITNESS OWNSELF PRAISE OWNSELF, MISUSE MAN'S PHOTO IN FAKE TESTIMONIAL

Primero Fitness, a company selling fitness equipment and rated 2 stars on FB, was accused of using a gym trainer's picture in one of its testimonials. They faked a positive review, changed his name from Carl Chia to Justin Chua, and did not even bother to apologise.

Filed Under: 

BMW DRIVER CAUGHT USING FAKE HANDICAP LABEL FOR EASY PARKING, GETS EXPOSED BY NEIGHBOUR

BMW SFF87Y lady owner uses fake Class 1 Handicap Parking. SG Enable claims the sticker is invalid, condo management gave stern warning but owner still ignore, continue to keep the label and park at handicap lot anywhere in Singapore.

Filed Under: 

MORE THAN 40 PPL CHEATED BY PAYPAL SCAM

More than 40 people have been cheated by a PayPal scam which involves fake buyers sending fake emails to pretend that they have paid for the items. The emails reportedly looked legitimate as it seemed to have come from PayPal and other reputable banks. In some cases, they cheated people of fake "admin fees" to activate their PayPal accounts in order for them to receive payment.

Victims of the scam did not receive a single cent. The SPF is warning everyone to always seek official verification by logging in to their PayPal accounts first, rather than opening attachments in emails or freely giving out their credit card details.

Filed Under: 

CLAIMS THAT THE GRASS JELLY FROM NTUC MADE OF PLASTIC ARE FALSE

NTUC Fairprice have said that the video which purportedly show a grass jelly or chin chow product that is made of plastic is false. In the viral video, a man, introducing himself as Vincent Ng, had said that the Tan Soon Mui grass jelly he bought from FairPrice was "made of plastic".

The 1min 38sec video shows what appears to be dry, flaky grass jelly, instead of the usual smooth dark product. A spokesman for the NTUC Fairprice has stated that they had clarified with the local manufacturer, and found that the claim is false. Checks done by the manufacturer does not reveal any of the same product having had the same issue as the the one int he viral video. The spokesman also said that the manufacturer has made a police report. Fairprice has also tried to reach out to the man in the video to provide clarifications and to aid in investigation,s but thus far, it has failed to establish contact.

Filed Under: 

PAP MP WARNS OF FAKE FB PAGE IMPERSONATING HER, STEALS HER PHOTO TO SCAM OTHERS

There is a fake FB page going around again.. these people are really free and have nothing better to do with their lives and time.... they even got the cheek and copied my photos from my genuine FB pages..!! Do not accept friend request from these fake pages pls.

Filed Under: 

MAN FROM INDIA FAKED TERROR PLOT TO AVOID HOLIDAY WITH GIRLFRIEND

A 32 year old man in India was arrested by the police after faking a terror plot in order to avoid going on a holiday with his online girlfriend.

Motaparthi Vamshi Krishna's girlfriend had asked him to take her on a trip even though he did not have enough money. He did not want to reject her so he came up with a plan to send her a fake air ticket and make the airport cancel the flight.

His way of doing this was to send a hoax email to the police about hijacking planes in various Indian cities. His fake tip off resulted in tighter security at airports in Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai but no flights were cancelled.

Krishna was arrested for charges such as impersonation and providing false information. He is a travel agent who is already married with a child.

Wah, so romantic. Got so desperate not?

Filed Under: 

Pages

Advertisement
Subscribe to RSS - Fake