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#DigiUpdate: Fake Facebook Scam Announcement

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Community Manager
Posts: 68
Registered: ‎18-07-2019

Dear Digi Subscribers,

 

It has come to our attention that there have been reports of suspicious posts on Facebook, requesting viewers for their personal phone numbers to be rewarded with RM5/month for an iPhone 11 Pro Max + postpaid plan. If you come across similar Facebook posts that look like this, ignore it immediately!

 

Some of these scams may pop up in  a form of an ad or URL link. 

We urge that you disregard of the following links immediately:

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If you come across these Facebook pages, ignore them immediately and report them for fake page:

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We strongly advise that customers do NOT give out any personal details, especially to potential scammers on the internet. If you receive an SMS with a TAC number, ignore it immediately. Digi does not give TAC codes to our customers. Do not give out your phone number or any recieved TAC code on the malicious page. There is a potential that the scammer will use it to make a transaction  and billed to your account.

 

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Rest assured that Digi is actively taking measures to ensure our customers do not fall prey into such scams. Check here for more information on scams and tips you can use to avoid them. If you have encountered a scam that is not listed here, you can immediately inform Digi Customer Support or via the MyDigi app.