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Have you been getting suspicious Friend Requests, messages, calls or seeing posts from us requesting for credit card information? It might be an impersonation and phishing scam. Read on to find out how to recognise such fraudulent activities. WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR - Friend requests from anyone posing as CP-Meiji Singapore Facebook page. - Unsolicited personal messages from anyone posing as CP-Meiji Singapore Facebook page. - Posts from anyone posing as CP-Meiji Singapore Facebook page, getting Facebook users to join a contest by visiting an unverified external link and submitting personal details to qualify. - Calls from people claiming to be CP-Meiji Singapore, requesting for personal credit card or financial details. WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PROTECT YOURSELF - Beware of unusual requests from strangers or users claiming they are our business. - Always verify the authenticity of any requests by checking if it is coming from the official CP-Meiji Singapore Facebook Business page. - For contest winners, ensure that official winner announcements have been made on the official Facebook Business page. Prize collection is only done in person at a physical office location. Any personal details requested to verify winners during prize collection should comply with local Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) regulations. - Never give out your personal details such as Full NRIC/FIN number, bank account, One-Time Password (OTP) or credit card details to anyone, including family and friends. - Never input sensitive information to suspicious links. - Delete suspicious messages and report suspicious posts or accounts. - Do not pick up calls from unknown '+65' numbers. ---------------------------- CP-Meiji Singapore takes such impersonation and phishing incidents seriously. If you are unsure if a post or message you see from us is legitimate, do request for clarification through our feedback channels 6861 0717 (Phone) (E-mail). Do not do so through the social media platform as the account may have been taken over by scammers. If you have any information related to such incidents, or identify yourself as a victim of such scams, please report to the police: 1800 255 0000 For scam-related advice, contact the National Crime Prevention Council’s anti-scam helpline at 1800 722 6688 or visit

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