Sora Ma Could Lose Over S$1.3K After A Fraudulent Transaction Was Made On Her Credit Card
Banking scams are becoming very common these days so it's important to remain alert.
In the wake of the fake text message phishing scam involving OCBC Bank customers, with those affected estimated to have lost at least S$8.5mil, everyone’s on high alert when it comes to receiving notifications and text messages from their banks.
Earlier this week, actress Sora Ma, 37, received a similar message from her bank, DBS, informing her that a US$978.11 (S$1318.27) transaction had been made on her credit card.
The transaction happened in the wee hours of the night, at 12:37am to be exact, at the online site of American big-box department store Target.