Dear Customers,

It has come to our attention that there are phishing emails being circulated to customers.

These emails claim to represent The Singapore Mint, informing recipients of their recent order with an email attachment of the order details.

These emails may contain malicious attachments and links. Opening these links and attachments may trigger malware designed to steal passwords and other personal information.

Please be assured that our system has recently been tested, and is able to withstand penetration. A police report has since been filed.

We would like to seek your assistance to take note not to click on attachments from suspicious origin, and never reply to unsolicited emails.

How to protect yourself from this:

1) Be alert and remain cautious. Do not trust the display name, and always review the email address from which the email is being sent from, before taking any actions according to the email content.

2) Do not download or open attachments in suspicious emails.

3) Always type in the URL of The Singapore Mint website ( directly into the address bar of your browser.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused, and seek your kind understanding on this matter.

Thank you.