Recently, there have been many scams in Malaysia, especially MySejahtera, which is most commonly used by Malaysian.
The criminals were collecting the contact numbers of mobile phone users through social media channels, then impersonate the Ministry of Health of Malaysia and send false information through the MySejahtera mobile app, including asking them to reset their personal information and change their passwords immediately in order to extract user data.
To avoid more victims being deceived, MySejahtera's official facebook posted a reminder that only 3 sets of numbers are true to send any messages or notifications about vaccination appointments, as well as changing passwords, etc.
If the user gets an message from another number, it's a fake number! The 3 groups of real numbers are as follows:
Reminder: If you don't use the forgot password feature but you received the renewal password link, don't click on the link given and ignore the message.