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FAMILY’S CDC VOUCHERS USED BY SOMEONE ELSE, PARENTS CLAIM THEY SENT IT TO NO ONE ELSE

Misused CDC voucher

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My dad realised that someone used a portion of our household’s CDC voucher yesterday and called everyone in the family to check but no one used it.

The vouchers were redeemed by my mum and she only sent the link to my dad so none of us (the adult children) has access to the vouchers.

Besides, I’ve tracked the transaction to a store not far from our place but the things that they sell are definitely not something that anyone in our family require or will purchase.

Although it’s just a couple tens of dollars here but I hate the fact that someone thinks they can misuse other people’s vouchers and get away with it. Honestly, it’s not much different from stealing.

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What should the course of action be here next?

Netizens’ comments

  • The older generation always think they did no wrong or lie so that they don’t look weak. Next course of action is to utilise your remaining vouchers asap
  • Somebody shared the link. As per gov, that there will be no reinstatement made for vouchers that were shared erroneously
  • Did you dad send the link to anyone else ? got an video about a guy’s dad send the link to everyone in his contact list and someone redeemed the voucher.
  • isn’t its in the news thate one guy also shared to his dad, and his dad went on to share to other group chat.
    so $90 just wiped out of the CDC vouchers.
    i think the CDC voucher links are easily stolen, because you can just take picture when someone opening the voucher page and bam…its gone
  • Someone in your family shared the link or someone in your family used it or someone’s singpass is compromised.
    Anyway if you are sure no one fucked up, then file a police report and inform CDC
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