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. Some of these scams may pop up in a form of an Ad or URL link.
If you come across similar Facebook Posts that look like this, ignore it immediately!
We urge that you disregard of the following scams IMMEDIATELY:
Scams that appear on Facebook will usually look like this:
If you click on it, you'll be directed to a page where scammers will ask for personal information. Please DO NOT provide any information to these scammers.
We strongly advise that customers do NOT give out any personal details, especially to potential scammers on the internet.
- If you received an SMS with a TAC Number, ignore it immediately. Unless initiated, Digi does not give TAC Numbers to our customers.
- Do NOT give out your Phone Number or any Received TAC Number on the malicious page. There is a potential that the scammer will use it to make a transaction and billed them to your account.
To make a report on this matter, reach out to us on our Digi Website by clicking here.
Rest assured that Digi is actively taking measures to ensure our customers do not fall prey to such scams.
- We have all the tips you need to keep yourself protected from phishing or scam activities just like this. Find out more here.