Thursday, October 18, 2007

Call From Supreme Court Of Singapore

I got this email today about some people been disturbed by a voice recorded message, spoken in mandarin, claiming that they're calling from the Supreme Court of Singapore.

This is a FRAUD and the police have already started investigating.


It has come to the attention of the Supreme Court that members of the
public have received calls from individuals falsely claiming to be staff of
the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has lodged a police report on these
calls. The matter is currently under investigation by the police.

Members of the public who do not have pending cases in the Supreme Court
are advised to exercise caution when they receive telephone calls from
individuals identifying themselves as staff of the Supreme Court, directing
them to attend court or requesting for transfer of monies. Members of the
public should also note that any request for payment of monies to third
parties in respect of court proceedings should be made only if supported by
an official court order. Staff of the Supreme Court do not request for
payment of monies verbally over the telephone.

In case of doubt, members of the public should always verify the source of
the call with the Supreme Court at (1800) 338 1034.

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