Hong Kong Disneyland alerts public of alleged scams
Be aware of scam artists using popular family theme park Hong Kong Disneyland to defraud families of their hard earn money.
SINGAPORE: Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has issued a warning of a scam which makes use of its name.
In a statement, it said calls have been made by people who claimed to be its staff or letters sent to individuals, claiming they had won prizes from lucky draws or charitable events held by the resort. However, money is demanded in order for the prizes to be claimed.
Hong Kong Disneyland said it is not connected with these activities and the matter is currently under police investigation.
The resort said it has not authorised any parties, whether in Hong Kong or elsewhere, to approach the public in this manner.
It recommends that members of the public contact the resort directly on (852)-1830-830 if they have any questions.
Singaporeans receiving similar suspicious telephone calls and letters are advised to report them to the authorities.
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