SINGAPORE CUSTOMS

MAN ARRESTED FOR IMPORTING 318 FAKE BAGS, WITH VALUE OF $11,680

Singapore Customs had inspected the consignment of goods suspected to be fakes, and brand owners subsequently confirmed 200 bags and pieces of luggage were indeed counterfeits. CID was informed, and after extensive inquiries, they carried out a raid at a Jurong Port warehouse and a Punggol residential unit.

The 43 year old man was arrested, and a further 318 counterfeit bags were seized, with a total value believed to be $11,680.

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M'SIAN WORKER FINED $200 BY S'PORE CUSTOMS FOR BRINGING IN 1 PACK OF ILLEGAL CIGARETTES

Malaysian netizen Ting Ting shared online a fine she received from Singapore Customs officials for bringing in just one pack of undeclared Malaysian cigarettes. She warned fellow Malaysians who enter Singapore on a daily basis to be aware of this strict enforcement and said that taking out 1 stick from the pack does not allow you to escape from Singapore's strict custom laws.

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SINGAPORE CUSTOMS NEXT TO BE USED BY IMPERSONATORS CLAIMING TO BE THEIR OFFICERS

The Singapore Customs is the latest in a list of Singapore authorities who have issued an advisory to the public over fake emails that are impersonating its officers.

In the latest case, Singapore Customs had said that some members of the public had received such emails that were purportedly sent by them. The email, among others, required recipients to open an email link or file attachment, transfer a sum of money to an account of an individual, provide bank details and other personal information.

The police are currently investigating, and members of the public have been advised never to divulge any personal information online, or make any kind of payments to unknown individuals.

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WP: TAN CHUAN JIN, GRASSROOT LEADERS GOT SPECIAL TREATMENT AT TUAS CHECK POINT

Mr Png and his residents were waiting patiently to clear Singapore customs when they witnessed this appalling scene: When Mr Tan Chuan-Jin and his grassroot leaders appeared, Singapore customs opened another counter just to let Mr Tan and his entourage through. Mr Tan's group, many of whom had "shopping bags in tow", did not have to wait hours for their turn but could easily breeze through customs.

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S'PORE CUSTOMS OFFICER LAUGHED AT M'SIAN LADY FOR HER POOR ENGLISH

Yesterday i had to clear the Singapore customs..... it was pretty sad to know when the customs officer actually laughed to himself saying "simple english aso cannot understand"..... i felt like just blowing on his face n saying sir i have Masters Education in English n u claim urself to b damm good in english...... Im not here to insult about anyone much coz no one is perfect.... but i hope no one discriminates juz bcoz i am msian.... v have "educated" msians too who drives into singapore too...... so stop judging ppl .....

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