ICA warns of fake website phishing for user data

Screengrab of the fake ICA website
PHOTO: Internet screengrab

SINGAPORE - The public should beware of a fake Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website which is phishing for visa application numbers and passport numbers.

The website has the following url: www.immisg-mom.in.

In a statement released today (April 28), the ICA urged members of the public to "exercise caution" and to "not unwittingly fall prey to such fake websites". 

It said that people who access its official website have not had their data compromised, and that it has filed a police report.

The ICA also added that attempts are being made to shut down the website.

Screengrab of the fake ICA website


This is the second incident involving a fake ICA website.

Earlier this month, ICA also released a statement requesting the public to exercise caution against a fake website phishing for passport numbers

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