In this article, we will show you many types of TNG eWallet SMS phasing scam, so you can avoid them!
Watch Out For TNG eWallet SMS Phishing Scam!
People are getting these SMS messages that appear to be from TNG eWallet, but are really just phishing scams!
RMO TNG eWallet: Bantuan e-dompet kepada golongan B40&M40 RM1000 akan dikreditkan ke dalam TNG eWallet anda. Kemaskini maklumat dan semakan status di www.tngewalletbantuangov.com
RMO T’n GO Your account function has been closed. You need to confirm the device immediately. Follow my.tngwallc.com
RMO TNG Wallet: Permohonan GOpinjam anda telah diluluskan, RM3000 telah kredit ke TNG Wallet anda. Sila semak baki dan tuntutan anda di http://logtouchngo.cc
RMO GOV: Terima kasih atas sokongan anda dari kerajaan BN. Bantuan e-dompet kepada rakyat Malaysia berjumlah RM500 telah kredit ke TNG Wallet anda. Sila sahkan identiti dan semak baki anda di https://touchngoemy.top/
How TNG eWallet SMS Phishing Scam Works!
The many examples of the TNG eWallet phishing scam employ SMS spoofing technology to send you SMS messages that appear to be from the TNG eWallet team.
What most people don’t know is that – the TNG eWallet team will never send you any SMS messages to :
- offer you money from government or other agencies
- inform you that money has been credited to your eWallet
- ask you to log into your eWallet account using a link
- ask you to update your account information using a link
The TNG eWallet team warned users against clicking on any links sent by SMS, even if they appear to be genuine. Genuine TNG eWallet SMS messages will never have a link attached.
These links do not lead to the real TNG eWallet website (https://www.touchngo.com.my/), but use similar-looking fake domains, like:
If you see such domains, you should be alert that you are being targeted by a phishing scam. NEVER CLICK ON A LINK in any TNG eWallet SMS.
If you click on any of these links, you will be taken to a page that looks like a genuine TNG eWallet login page, but is really a phishing scam page.
If you key in your login details, as well as your phone number and One-Time Password (OTP), the scammers will have full access to your eWallet, and can freely transfer out your eWallet balance.
As many of us link our credit cards to the TNG eWallet, the scammers can also reload your eWallet using those credit cards, and transfer the money out.
So make sure you IGNORE any SMS message that asks you to click on a link, even if it appears to be from TNG eWallet.
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