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SINGAPORE CANCER SOCIETY REPORT POLICE AGAINST FAKE BREAST SCREENING FLYER

The Singapore Cancer Society (SCS) has lodged a police report against a scam flyer that has been distributed to residents in Yishun. According to a post by one of A.S.S.'s readers, the scam flyer, which features the logo of the SCS, stated that health checks for women would be conducted at various places in Yishun on 3 different dates.

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AIR FROM COLDPLAY CONCERT FOR SALE ON CAROUSELL @ $20 PER BAG, WILL YOU BUY IT?

ASS reader Arshardd alerted All Singapore Stuff to a Carousell listing selling Coldplay Air for $20 a bag after last nights sold out Coldplay concert. It is unclear what is so special about this air and if one of Coldplay's member had blown the air into the plastic bag or was it air collected from the concert venue.

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NOW SCAMMERS TARGET INTERNET BROADBAND CONNECTION

Some customers have alleged that these contractors then told them to pay a fee in cash to have the installation done on the day of appointment. NLT said it was not aware of the incidents but confirmed the payments are not legitimate. It urged consumers to report such cases.

What is happening in Singapore? Everything also want to scam. Is it so easy to make money now out of scamming people? Nothing is safe from getting scam now. Even installation fees for internet broadband also they want to scam us.

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IMPERSONATORS POSED AS SPF OFFICERS ASKING FOR INTERNET BANKING CREDENTIALS

3 men have been arrested for impersonating Singapore Police Force (SPF) officers in 2 cases of online scams. According to reports, the first case involved a 31 year-old victim who was given a link to an e-service website allegedly from the SPF. When the victim accessed the website, he was asked to key in his internet banking credentials and disclose his one-time password (OTP) to the impersonator.

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