Hawkers in Singapore scammed by fake screenshots of e-payments from customers

Hawkers said other common methods used were cancelled transactions.
Hawkers said other common methods used were cancelled transactions.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - From fraudulent screenshots to quickly cancelled transactions, crafty customers have found some convenient loopholes in cashless payment systems set up in local hawker centres.

Some 15 hawkers interviewed by The Straits Times said that these bad experiences and losses have left them reluctant to continue with cashless payment systems.

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