Tag Archives: Fraud

UOB CREDIT CARD FRAUD PROTECTION IS TERRIBLE, FORCED ME TO PAY FOR TRANSACTIONS I DID NOT MAKE!

I am writing to warn the public about security lapses with UOB’s credit card protocols as well as their terrible customer service. I was overseas in Hanoi, Vietnam some months back and had frequented a restaurant there. Each time I went there, I had spent small amounts, about $50 or thereabouts. I was given some receipts to sign, and I didn't think much about it. It was on returning to Singapore that I realised that this restaurant been charging me thousands of dollars behind my back! The total bill came up to $5247.57 SGD.

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NETIZEN GETS MESSAGES FROM 3 GIRLS ASKING FOR SEX @ 355 SEMBAWANG

I don't know if I'm considered lucky or suay, I just receive 3 messages from 3 different girls while looking through my WeChat at Sembawang Sun Plaza. All three of them are pretty young PRC girls, very presentable wearing branded goods in their profile pictures. They are asking me for a quick time. The damage is $100/XXX/XXXXX.

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BEWARE OF UBER FRAUD CREDIT CARD CHARGES, DELETE APP IF NOT USING

WTH, my credit card kana fraud transactions! I will defintely boycott Uber now! Please share to alert friends. I tried to remove my cc details in uber app but unable to. Their app die die also must have a credit card detail. Ask your friends to call bank to see if can replace card with another cc number. All these charges seem to be incurred in malaysia. But i have nv use my this hsbc credit card at all in malaysia too. As i only use cards from maybank or cimb when i travel to malaysia

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FRAUDULENT INSURANCE CLAIMS IS VERY WIDESPREAD, NOTHING DONE TO STOP IT

I got a Friend who work as a insurance claim consultant and would like to tell the public to be careful of taxi drivers, motorcyclists and cyclists. They belong to insurance fraud syndicates tying up with workshops or claim Consultants to inflate insurance claims so that they still got enough money when they are not working as a result of the accident. Apparently, the GIA, general insurance association urged people to write in to file a complaint against such inflated or fraudulent claims but there is still more to be done.

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