Did you receive any unsolicited phone call from an unknown person, local or foreign government officers asking you to open a bank account or transfer money into an unknown account? If yes, it could be a SCAM.

Be cautious, especially when someone persistently pressure you to act urgently or instil fear in you with unverified information. The best defence to safeguard ourselves is to know how to identify scams, stay informed and be vigilant.

6S To Prevent Scams
  • Spot the signs: Recognise the tactics that scammers use.
  • Stop and think: Ask yourself or others if a statement, message or job offer could be true.
  • Slow down, don't rush: Do not rush into providing your personal or banking details.
  • Speak to others: Check with others to verify the authenticity of a claim before doing anything.
  • Safeguard personal details and passwords: Never disclose personal information, even if the request appears to be legitimate.
  • Seek help: Talk to friends or family members for advice or support if you have been impacted by a scam.
We are committed to keep you and your loved ones safe. We have collaborated with Anti-Scam Centre and are actively involved with anti-scam initiatives and training to raise the awareness of scams with our staff and customers.

Remember, a little goes a long way. It pays to be alert,
spot the early signs, verify and talk to someone you trust.

PAUSE     .     THINK     .     VERIFY     .     STOP




  • 察觉迹象: 识别诈骗犯使用的策略。
  • 停下来思考: 问问自己或他人,某项陈述、信息或工作机会是否属实。
  • 放慢速度,不要着急: 切勿急于提供您的个人或银行信息。
  • 与他人交谈: 在做任何事情之前,请与他人核实声明的真实性。
  • 保护个人信息和密码: 即使请求似乎是合法的,也不要透露个人信息。
  • 寻求帮助: 如果您受到诈骗的影响,请向朋友或家人寻求建议或支持。

核实并与您信任的人交谈, 均有助于防范诈骗。

暂停     .     思考     .     验证     .     停止