Europe, US, and Canada in 3 Days: Clerk Claims Uber Wrongfully Charged Her S$1050 for Trips

Posted on Oct 31 2017 - 4:49pm by Redwire Singapore

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26-year-old clerk Olivia Ong has lodged a police report over fraudulent transactions charged to her debit card by Uber amounting to S$1050.29.

Ong said that she checked her bank account statement a few days ago and was shocked to find that between the 24th and 26th of this month, she was charged for Uber trips in Europe, the United States and Canada.

She said:

“Those who take Uber, be careful. Uber is very skillful, I can go to Europe, USA and Canada in 3 days. If I hadn’t checked my bank account and cancelled my debit card, Uber would still be deducting fees from me card. Altogether S$1050.29 was deducted from me wrongfully and one more tansaction is pending. I’ve lodged a police report.”

Ong added that she has “never been to these places”, and “couldn’t have gone to Europe and America in just 3 days.”

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Ong said that she usually uses cash to pay for any private-hire car services, but just one time last year, she used her debit card to pay the fare as she didn’t have enough money on hand.

She wants to warn others who pay for PHV service by card to make sure that their card details are not being misused.

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