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ICA WARNS OF YET ANOTHER SCAM, THIS TIME CALLS IMPERSONATING ICA OFFICERS

The ICA have warned the public on yet another scam where concerning them. This time around, scam callers have been impersonating ICA officers, and are trying to obtain people's passport numbers. The ICA also warned that members of the public have been receiving calls from +6562148427.

ICA advised members of the public to ignore such calls. Those who receive such calls should not provide any personal information or carry out any financial transactions as instructed by the callers.

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ICA WARNS OF FAKE WEBSITE THAT PHISH INFORMATION

The ICA has warned the public that there is a fake website that disguises itself as ICA official page, but is actually a website phishing for visitors' visa reference numbers and passport numbers. The website has been named as singaporeonline-epass.com.

Members of the public have been advised that they should exercise caution by checking on the URL and Web address, so as not to become a victim.

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FOREIGN TALENT WANTS ICA OFFICERS TO USE THEIR BRAINS AFTER THEY DEPORTED HIS RELATIVE FOR CONFIDENTIAL REASONS

Dear ICA Officers in Changi, Please do your assessment properly on the people you want to deport. Know what really is their purpose in coming to your country and do not discriminate, nor act rudely. Please be fair-minded and use your brains logically in your decisions. The officer said we need not wait for her and ask politely if we could talk to the deciding officer or talk to my cousin since she doesn’t talk english well and doesn’t have the proper budget of going back alone. The officers are heartless and said that it is confidential. I want to yell, scream and tell the officer what if he is on my shoes.

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INDONESIAN MAN CAUGHT FOR TRYING TO ENTER SG ILLEGALLY

The 47-year-old Indonesian was first spotted walking between the water pipelines along the Causeway towards Singapore by the Police Coast Guard, who alerted the ICA officers at Woodlands Checkpoint around 7.30pm. The man was arrested after he was found with a “cylindrical flotation device,” according to a statement released by the ICA today.

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CROCODILE SIGHTED AT CHANGI BEACH, DAYS AFTER ONE WAS SPOTTED AT PASIR RIS

It was an ICA officer who first raised the alarm, when Mr Yusaini Abdul Rahim, 41, who was working at the Changi Ferry Terminal, saw the crocodile on Monday morning while out on patrol. He contacted the AVA and NParks to inform them about the sighting. He spotted the crocodile again on Wednesday, and took photos and videos of it.

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ICA WARNS OF FAKE NEWS FUEL SCANNERS, PHOTOS ARE OF AUTO CLEARANCE SYSTEMS

The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) refers to recent online discussions of photographs of “a fuel tank scanner” at Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints.
In response to media queries, ICA would like to clarify that the photograph below shows a prototype of an Automated Passenger In-Car Clearance System, and is not a “fuel tank scanner”. The prototype is being developed to conduct trials for car travellers to perform automated immigration self-clearance using fingerprint verification. More details will be shared when available.

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