1. Bogus email with same or very similar email address.
2. Pretend to be company’s business partner / supplier in email requesting fund transfer to an account owned by fraudsters.
3. Pose to be senior management / CEO and send an email to employees requesting them to transfer money to fraudsters’ account.
- Be cautious to any fund transfer request by email.
- Verify the authenticity of email via phone before any fund remittance.
- Disseminate the above information to staff / working partners to raise their awareness.
- If in doubt, please call the Anti-Scam Helpline 18222 immediately.
For further details, please visit the website created by
Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau :
Cyber Security Campaign