Business Email Impersonation scams 商业电子邮件冒充骗局


Published by Singapore Police Force 24 April at 17:16

Did you receive this email? Beware!
The Police would like to alert the public to a variant of the impersonation of Police officer scam, involving a fake email from the Traffic Police.

The fake email typically informs the recipient about a parking fine which needs to be paid and that a court appearance is required. Within the email, the recipients are given a link to a website and a phone number to call where they can pay their fine using a credit card.

The Police would like to clarify that both the website and phone number do not belong to the Singapore Police Force. The email was also not disseminated by the Traffic Police or the Land Transport Authority. No government agency will inform you to make a payment through a telephone call, especially to a third party’s bank account.

Members of the public are advised to take the following precautions when they receive such emails, especially from unknown parties:

1) Ignore the emails and do not respond to them.
2) Do not click on any links or open any file attachments inside the fake email as they may be malicious.
3) Ignore instructions to remit or transfer money.
4) Refrain from giving out personal information and bank details, whether on the website or to callers over the phone. Personal information and bank details such as internet bank account usernames and passwords, OTP codes from tokens, are useful to criminals.

If you have information related to such crimes or if you are in doubt, please call the Police hotline at 1800-255-0000, or submit the information online at Please dial ‘999’ if you require urgent Police assistance.

To seek scam-related advice, members of the public may call the anti-scam helpline at 1800-722-6688 or go to Please share this advisory with family and friends to prevent them from being the next scam victim!


新加坡警察部队 4 月 24 日 17:16 发布









2) 不要点击任何链接或打开虚假电子邮件中的任何文件附件,因为它们可能是恶意的。

3) 忽略汇款或转账的指示。

4) 不要在网站上或通过电话向来电者透露个人信息和银行详细信息。个人信息和银行详细信息,例如互联网银行账户用户名和密码、令牌中的 OTP 代码,对犯罪分子很有用。

如果您有与此类犯罪有关的信息或有疑问,请致电警方热线 1800-255-0000,或通过 在线提交信息。如果您需要紧急警方协助,请拨打“999”。


要寻求与诈骗有关的建议,公众可以拨打反诈骗热线 1800-722-6688 或访问。请与家人和朋友分享此建议,以防止他们成为下一个诈骗受害者!

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