Online scams are on the rise and getting more sophisticated. The best way to protect yourself is to know how to identify them. Impersonation scams such as phishing emails attempt to mimic an official email. It usually contains plausible request(s) and/or content from a sender and appears to be from a known individual or company, to trick you into clicking into a fake website, where you might be asked to provide your personal and account information.
Emails from AAS carry the domain of https://www.aas.com.sg/. Beware of domains that are misspelt or disguised, for example, aas.sg, aas.org, or aas.org.za. If you receive such emails, please do not click on the links or attachments in the email and do not provide any confidential information. Notify AAS through our feedback form.
Useful resource: Learn more about common scams and protect yourself via Scam Alert Singapore