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  1. JP Morgan Chase & Co. corporate headquarters in New York

    JPMorgan to shutter its smartphone bank account a year after nationwide launch

    JPMorgan Chase & Co said on Thursday it is closing down its smartphone bank account called "Finn", which was aimed at young adults, a year after ...
  2. The logo of Uber is pictured during the presentation of their new security measures in Mexico City

    Uber, Didi slam Mexico City's new rules on ride-hailing, including cash ban

    Uber, Didi Chuxing and other ride-hailing firms on Thursday criticized a host of new regulations of the sector in Mexico's capital city, which ...
  3. Adnan Khashoggi Jun7

    Saudi arms dealer Khashoggi dies in London

  4. Photo of DBS, StanChart in Singapore

    Data vault MyInfo to speed up bank account applications in Singapore

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    New scam involves fake emails about parking fines: SPF

    Scammers are impersonating the Traffic Police to cheat their victims into paying "fines" using their credit cards, the police say.
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    25-year-old man arrested for credit-for-sex scams

    At least 164 reports on credit-for-sex scams were lodged in the first three months this year and victims were cheated of more than S$389,000.
  7. Malaysia police shopping mall

    Malaysia technician jailed 7 years for letting terrorists use his bank account

    IS militant Muhammad Wanndy Muhammad Jedi had instructed members of a Telegram application group called "Gagak Hitam" to deposit donations into ...
  8. M1 Remit collage

    M1 launches mobile remittance service to 8 regional markets

    The eight markets are Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and the Philippines, says the telco.
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    114 arrested for suspected loansharking activities

    The 83 men and 31 women were nabbed in a three-day operation that ended on Mar 29, police say.
  10. Singapore dollar currency

    81 arrested for scams totalling more than S$1.4m

    Police say the 46 men and 35 women are believed to be involved in 244 cases of scams.