If you’ve already opened it and are now feeling kan cheong, DON’T open the attachment that’s included in the email.
The bill is a fake lah!
It looks something like this – pretty much an ordinary looking bill, but notice the sender of the bill.
“Some of our customers have alerted us to an email they received that appears to be from SP Services (email@example.com). The email has an attachment that suggests it’s a utility bill.
These messages are NOT from SP Services and recipients are advised NOT to open the attachment. The official SP Services bill summary sent by email does NOT contain any attachment.
For further enquiries, please contact SP Services at 1800 222 2333 or emails firstname.lastname@example.org”