Sgp Pools is the most frequently played online lottery market by Sgp bettors. There are currently two exit points – Hongkong and Singapore respectively. Due to the proliferation of smartphones today, modern Toto Sgp can now be enjoyed anytime 24 hours per day!
An individual who wished to remain anonymous reported being duped by fraudsters purporting to represent Singapore Pools on social media. They lured him with misleading advertisements claiming he could obtain 4-D tickets by sending $1,350 directly.
Scammers told the man he must transfer money to an account in Thailand before buying a plane ticket, the man said. In response, he sent over $1,350 only to later discover it had vanished into thin air. Though disappointed in himself and having lost the sum he intended not to report it to police.
Singapore Pools announced through a spokesperson that measures were in place to safeguard customers’ funds, including creating a system requiring password and secret key for every transaction, making it more difficult for hackers to gain entry to customer accounts. Furthermore, this company offers complimentary cloud storage and backup services for six months for its customers.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore Pools has increased its digitalisation efforts in order to keep charities operational. They have managed to onboard 31 charities through their iShine Cloud platform so far, and will explore ways to support them further in future.
Additionally, the company is providing charity agencies with 15,000 square feet of rent-free retail space, giving those in need an invaluable chance to reach out and touch lives within their communities. Furthermore, an ambitious year-long fundraising drive with an aim of S$1.5 million has also been initiated by this organisation.
SGP recently joined forces with the NTUC Income group to establish an online portal providing debt counselling and management advice, offering more efficient and accessible service for those in need while expanding NTUC Income group’s range of debt solutions.
This initiative is outstanding and should provide relief to all those struggling with debts, especially those at risk of foreclosure. The government should support this endeavor by making sure the NTUC Income Group has sufficient resources available to them in order to offer debt relief services.
SGP has established a free debt relief service and a hotline staffed with trained counsellors that offer advice on renegotiating their loans. The hotline will be open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm; trained credit control officers and debt-resolution specialists from the NTUC Income Group will be on call, offering assistance both to local workers as well as foreign workers struggling with debt in Singapore.