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If a customer falls victim to this phishing email and clicks on the malicious link, they will be redirected to a non-DBS website requesting for credit card details and an OTP.

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If a customer falls victim to the phishing email and clicks on the link, they will be redirected to a page requesting for user ID and pin combinations as well as credit card number, expiration date and CVVs.Sample Websites are below: hxxps://jungfernstieg[.]ga/secure/mas[.]go[.]com[.]sg/online insurance/posb/hxxps://staromiejski[.]gq/secure/mas[.]go[.]com[.]sg/onlineinsurance/posb/hxxps:// koepenicker[.]ml/secure/online insurance/mas[.]gov[.]com[.]sg/posb/index[.]htmlhxxps:// kirchenplatz[.]ga/online insurance/mas[.]gov[.]com[.]sg/posb/index[.]html Who might be at risk?DBS and POSB i Banking customers How can you protect yourself from this?The fraudsters behind this website utilizes both email and voice to trick users into providing their personal information such as residential address and government issued ID numbers.Such websites are used to conduct advance fee fraud but may be utilized to steal personally identifiable data, username-password combinations, OTPs or infect a user’s device. DBS and POSB customers How can you protect yourself from this?

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