Beware Of Scammers On Facebook

by Yong Chi Winn
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Be wary of these scammers and fake profiles on Facebook. It’s a shame that scammers are still lurking around in our lives today.

Their M.O are usually about someone who claim to have won something or using scare tactics.

At the end of the day, it is a crime and we at SEAGM do not condone any of these scam tactics.

Over the weekend, we found out that a scammer created a fake Facebook account and pretending to be SEA Gamers Mall.

As disgusting as it may seem, the fake account commented on one of our posts and created a thread with several fake accounts claiming to have won money after clicking on the fake account’s link.


Please take note of these accounts, or any accounts similar to these, and do not trust any of their postings.

Rhonda Helen:


Ahmed Cole:

Moreover, we would like to remind you, our fellow SEAGM friends that this is our only, official SEAGM page. If there were others we will definitely inform you in an official post.

Be Careful

Do take note that if you, or someone you know receive a suspicious Facebook message from a fake SEAGM, or similar scam messages like these, please DO NOT entertain or click on the links. If you’ve accessed the links by accident, do lodge a police report regarding the incident.

Here at SEAGM, we are always on the lookout for things new scam tactics like these. We share them as much as we can so that no one else falls prey to them.

Additionally, SEA Gamer Mall will not be responsible for any loss due to these scams. Should you, our valued customers, find yourselves in doubt about any particular sites that carry the SEAGM logo, name, or any of our identification visuals and / or text(s), please do not hesitate to contact our customer service via our 24/7 live chat on SEAGM’s official website.

You can also read more about the different scams we’ve reported on here.

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