Saturday, August 16, 2014

Prevent unauthorised or fraudulent transactions (CPF)

Source Website: http://mycpf.cpf.gov.sg/CPF/News/EmailAlerts/CPFEmailAlerts_23Dec2013.htm
By InTouch, Fri 15-Aug-2014 5:48 PM (Accurate as at 24 December 2013)



InTouch with CPF
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It was only when we asked our neighbour that we found out they were not supposed to have asked for anyone’s SingPass details.

The New Paper recently reported that eight members alleged that they had unknowingly given their SingPass to insurance agents to sign up for insurance policies. A few also said that they did not understand the documents they signed.
(Full article: Give us your passwords)
Source: The New Paper © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission
Author: Judith Tan, Zul Othman, Natasya Ismail
Date: 11/12/2013
Website URL: http://link.cpf.gov.sg/r/ST4NH6W/A9OE/NNS8I/RPC9J/6ZYT/32/h

Keep your SingPass confidential to safeguard your personal data. Your SingPass allows you to transact with different Government agencies and should not be revealed to anyone. You should also not sign documents that you are unsure of.

By InTouch, Fri 15-Aug-2014 5:48 PM (Accurate as at 24 December 2013)



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