Scammers are capitalising on the current uncertainty and work from home challenges using fake apps, suspicious text messages and phone calls.

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The latest mobile scams to look out for

  • Fake apps:

    Scammers are designing malicious health-related and video conferencing apps to track the victims and access their sensitive data.

  • SMS fraud:

    Mobile users are tricked using fake messages with links that offer funds or medical supplies. Once clicked, they are redirected to risky websites.

  • Phishing calls:

    Scammers call the targets and claim to be from their organisation, health department or government authority and trick them to share sensitive data.

We recommend the following to stay safe

  • Be wary of unsolicited calls or text messages.
  • Never share your personal or financial data with untrusted sources.
  • Always download apps directly from authorised stores.
  • Do not click on suspicious links in text messages.