Singapore police warn of scam targeting users of video gaming platform Steam


In some cases, the victims were asked to purchase Steam cards and hand over the redemption code to the fake administrator. — Photos: GAVIN FOO, SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE

SINGAPORE: Scammers are using video gaming platform Steam to trick victims into paying to unlock their accounts.

The police on Sunday (May 9) said that the scammers have been using compromised accounts on the digital distribution platform where players and game developers buy and sell video games online.

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