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60 Paya Lebar Road, #07-
Paya Lebar Square
Contact No (APAC Office)
Main Line : (+65) 8699 8892 (2 Lines)
SKYPE ID: rocaleglobal
ONLINE SECURITY & FRAUD AWARENESS
Fraudulent / Phishing Email Alert
We have received reports of Fraudulent/Phishing emails currently in circulation, claiming to come from employees working for Rocale Global.
These messages usually have a fake sender email address (i.e. email@example.com) and have a vague subject referencing the name “Rocale Global Pte Ltd”, “New Order Request” or “Order No.###” etc. If you receive a message matching these descriptions or similar subject matter;
- DO NOT open the email
- DO NOT download any attachments or click on any URLs/links as it will lead you to a fake website with unauthorised use of the Rocale Global brand and logo, which is a phishing site
- DO NOT reply to the email and provide any corporate/personal information.
Report the email as Spam/Junk to your Email Service Provider and DELETE the email immediately.
Please be advised that Rocale Global does not send unsolicited emails to customers/vendors requesting for quotations, invoices, account numbers, orders, passwords or corporate/personal information. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further clarification.
Rocale Global accepts no responsibility for any costs, charges or payments made which were improperly incurred as a result of fraudulent activity.
What is a Phishing Email / Website?
A Phishing Email refers to scammers sending fraudulent emails requesting for sensitive information (passwords & account information), pretending to submit order requests or referring users to click on malicious URLs/links which can trigger virus downloads or malware etc.
The senders of these emails typically pretend to be from established or reputable institutions so users feel both obligated and safe to download files, provide confidential information or even click on URLs within the email which leads them to a Phishing website.
Phishing web sites often appear identical to the legitimate website with similar branding and logo except that the web domain and URL will be different from the legitimate organisation. There is likelihood no padlock in the address bar, the content often contains spelling and grammar mistakes and it usually has an invalid digital certificate.
How to Protect Yourself?
- Be extremely cautious of emails that come from unrecognised senders.
- Do not click on links, download files or open attachments in emails from unknown senders.
- Protect your computer with a up-
to- date firewall, spam filters, anti- virus and anti- spyware software.
- Beware of links in emails that ask for confidential information, even if the email appears to come from an enterprise you do business with. Phishing websites often copy the entire look of a legitimate web site, to make it appear authentic. To be safe, contact the legitimate enterprise first to see if they really sent that email to you.
Remember that you may be targeted almost anywhere online, so always keep an eye out for those Phishing attacks and Fraudulent schemes and it is better to be cautious when dealing with unknown sources.