500k fliers on scams to be distributed to public, migrant worker dorms, maids

Some of these fliers will be sent to foreign workers in dormitories and maids through non-governmental organisations. PHOTO: NINJA VAN
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SINGAPORE - Logistics firm Ninja Van is working with police and the National Crime Prevention Council to distribute 500,000 fliers to the public, warning people of cash-on-delivery scams.

Some of these fliers will be sent to foreign workers in dormitories and maids through non-governmental organisations, as workers and maids often make purchases using cash on delivery.

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