EZ-Link detects unauthorised transactions on Fevo cards, says no data breach

The Fevo card was launched in April 2009 by EZ-Link, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Land Transport Authority and Mastercard Worldwide. PHOTO: FEVO PREPAID MASTERCARD / FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - Electronic payment system provider EZ-Link said on Friday (May 3) that it detected suspicious overseas transactions made to EZ-Link Fevo Mastercard cards, but assured users that there was no data breach.

It added that the unauthorised transactions were made only to the EZ-Link Fevo cards and not EZ-Link Cepas cards.

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