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Important Notice – Beware of Impersonation Scams


Here’s how to recognise fake websites and make sure you’re browsing or sending information on the genuine Maxis website.

What are phishing scams or websites?
  • A phishing scam usually begins with an email, SMS or instant message that looks like it's from a genuine business, such as Maxis or a local bank.
  • The message might use alarming news – falsely claiming you are late on bill payment, for example – to prompt you to respond quickly.
  • This message will usually include a link that directs you to a fake website if you click on it.
How to spot phishing emails or fake websites.
  • Phishing emails or fake websites often have forms asking for personal details that no credible business or organisation would ask you to reveal, such as your credit card PIN number.
  • Maxis would never request for a customer’s credit card details or PIN number via email.
  • Phishing emails and fake websites may contain links that take you to a mirror copy or clone of a real website.

IMPORTANT: Never reply to phishing emails or submit your personal details into forms on fake websites. It can lead to your identity being ‘stolen’ – which might lead to money being taken from your bank accounts.

How to be sure that you’re sharing information on a genuine, secure webpage within the official Maxis website.

Here’s what to look for before you enter or submit any sensitive information (e.g. username, password, payment information) via an online form:

  1. The web address begins with
  1. If you see ‘https’ at the beginning of a web address in your browser or a padlock symbol next to the address bar, you’re on a secure website.
  1. You can always click the padlock icon and look up the certificate to check that the website is what it claims to be.