SMS Saying Money Is Credited To Your TnG eWallet Is A Scam
MySejahtera advised the public to ignore the message because they have never offered monetary aid to users.
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Have you received SMSes supposedly from MySejahtera informing you that they’ve credited money from Bantuan Khas Kewangan Covid-19 into your Touch n Go eWallet account?
Unfortunately, that is very much a phishing scam.
The police urge the public not to click on the link that’s sent together in the message. The link will direct unwitting users to a fake website and steal your info, such as the passwords of your account.
In this case, the scammers will get the PIN for your TnG eWallet.
MySejahtera announced via its official Twitter that the company has never offered monetary aid or payment to its users and advised the public to ignore those messages.
MySejahtera also said they are in the process of reporting the issue to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
MySejahtera tidak pernah menawarkan sebarang bantuan kewangan atau pembayaran kepada pengguna.— MySejahtera (@my_sejahtera) July 30, 2022
Maka, SMS ini adalah palsu dan kami sedang dalam proses melaporkan SMS palsu ini kepada MCMC.
Sila abaikan sekiranya anda menerima SMS sebegini. Terima kasih.
With numerous scams happening in the country, it’s best to be vigilant and ignore dubious messages, especially when they’re too good to be true.
If you’ve received SMSes from someone impersonating a ‘TikTok’ or ‘Shopee’ representative offering you a job, it’s also a scam.
Please don’t respond to the messages or click on the link sent either.
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