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Scam alert: Fake email on "MOM Flu Vaccine Registration - Change in Appointment Details"

If you get a suspicious email, do not click any links, do not download any files.

There is a fake email titled “MOM Flu Vaccine Registration – Change in Appointment Details”.

The email may appear to be sent from MOM ACE, and claims that a new vaccination date is now available. It instructs the recipient to download the attachment to see the details of the vaccination.

Do not click on any suspicious links or download any suspicious files. Find out how to transact safety and securely with MOM.

Screenshot of fake email

If you get any email that has malicious intent:

  • Do not respond. Ignore it, delete it.
  • Do not download any attachments.
  • Do not click any links.
  • Report to the police or call the anti-scam helpline 1800 722 6688.

Learn how to identify scams at www.scamalert.sg.