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Police warn of scam using airline tickets from Changi Airport and Singapore Airlines as bait

The Singapore Police Force has advised the public to remain vigilant over a scam involving "Changi Airport" or "Singapore Airlines" contests.

The police said in a Facebook post yesterday that conmen would call victims to inform them that they had won return air tickets to Japan or Paris in a contest organised by Changi Airport or Singapore Airlines.

To process the winnings, victims are asked for their personal information, such as passport details.

Changi Airport Group (CAG) had clarified that such calls are not authentic. When in doubt, the public can call Changi Airport's Customer Hotline at 6595 6868 for verification 

The police urge the public not to disclose personal particulars as they may be used for criminal acts.

 

 

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