KUALA LUMPUR: The public is reminded to be careful of fraudulent support calls, text messages or e-mails, as well as fake recruitment advertisements, claiming to be from Pos Malaysia.
Pos Malaysia, in a statement today, said these scams were widespread and also faced by other postal services worldwide, with the aim to illegally acquire information such as credit card details, passwords, account information or other personal data.
“We advise the public to refrain from revealing such information by not responding to requests via telephone, mobile text messaging services, e-mail or other methods. It is especially important to avoid clicking on the links sent together with the scam messages.
“The public must not share or enter any sensitive information on a website or portal not belonging to Pos Malaysia,” it said, adding that there were also e-mail scams currently targeting the public from unscrupulous senders using the Pos…