If it's too good to be true, it's probably not.
In a recent Facebook post, NTUC FairPrice warned the public that a message circulating online regarding an iPhone 11 giveaway for a new store opening is fake, and not endorsed by the company.
Message contradicts itself
The fake message claims that the company would be opening a new store, which it claimed would be the biggest in Singapore, and will be giving away an iPhone 11 to the first 100 people that can guess the location of the new outlet accurately.
Curiously enough, the message claims that the first 100 people to guess correctly would receive the iPhone 11, while the message shows that 100 people have already guessed the right location.
This means that whoever is tempted by the fictional free iPhone should theoretically not be eligible for the prize upon receiving the scam message.
Top image from NTUC FairPrice and Unsplash.