Security Advisory: Beware of Phishing Scams

There has been an increase in phishing scams, where scammers impersonate organizations to trick customers into sharing their personal information and passwords.

Please contact us immediately should you receive any suspicious email, SMS or phone call.

Here are some ways for you to protect yourself from phishing scams:


Verify links before accessing them


Ensure links are directing to
"" or "" websites.


Look out for the lock icon beside the URL,
which signals that data traffic within the
site is encrypted.


Delete suspicious emails asking for
personal details or login credentials.

Do not download or open any attached files in emails.


CAAS does not send SMSes containing
links asking you to log in with your
credentials (i.e. passwords and
Singpass log-in details).


Never reveal login credentials, One-Time
Password (OTP) and credit card or bank
account details over an email, SMS or
phone call.


Do not click on hyperlinks in suspicious emails or SMSes.
Check for any misspelling, substitution of letters, and/or the deliberate shifting of
"" to other parts of the web address.

Example of a legitimate link:

Example of a suspicious link: