Mobile Phone

ANOTHER SCAM, THIS TIME USING POLICE HOTLINE NUMBER

The Police have warned the public on Friday of another scam, this time involving members of the public receiving missed calls from a fake police hotline number. Police have also clarified that genuine calls made from Police hotlines would not result in the number "1800 255-0000' from showing on their mobile phones.

Police have advised the public to ignore such calls from unknown origins. It is possible that caller ID spoofing technology may be used to mask the actual phone number and display a different number. The Police have also requested members of the public to submit an online information via their website if they have any details on the matter. A reminder that calls using the number 999 are only for emergency use.

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THIEF STEALS BOY'S MOBILE PHONE & WALLET WHILE "PLAYING" BASKETBALL WITH HIM

PLEASE HELP TO SHARE AND BEWARE OF THIS GUY NAMED XAVIER LIM JIN SHENG. On Monday 01/02/16, approximately 6pm in the evening, my brother and his friends went to the nearby basketball court to have a few matches. While in a match of basketball, came a guy named XAVIER and he called them out and expressed his interest in joining the game. After a game of 10 minutes or less, he decided to "rest" on the grandstand.

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IGNORANT TRAFFIC POLICE TRIED TO SCARE STUDENT DRIVER WITH FAKE HANDPHONE RULE

Apparently, a traffic police officer tried to charge a student for using his mobile phone at the red light. The TP claims that it is a chargeable offence. Luckily for the student, his teacher previously uploaded a photo of an LTA enforcement officer using his mobile phone while stationary at a red light. The student bravely showed the image to the TP and shut the TP up for good.

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SIM LIM SCAM SHOP MOBILE AIR REOPENS AS H J MOBILE

The Sim Lim Square mobile phone shop under fire for the last few weeks over its unsavoury business practices re-opened for business on Friday, after remaining closed for a week to escape media attention. The shop, Mobile Air, was in the news after its staff tried to give a female customer more than $1,000 in coins as a refund.

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