Some SMS scam victims receive goodwill payments from OCBC but cannot disclose amounts

The bank also said it has been doing so since Jan 8, and that more than 30 customers have received the payments so far. - Reuters

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Two OCBC Bank customers who lost money in the recent spate of SMS scams have confirmed with The Straits Times that they have received goodwill payments from the bank.

But they declined on Tuesday (Jan 18) to reveal details of the payouts, citing a non-disclosure agreement they had signed.

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