Message from the Singapore Police Force

The Police would like to advise members of the public to adopt the following precautionary measures:


1. ADD – ScamShield App and security features (e.g. set up transaction limits for internet banking transactions, enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), Multifactor Authentication for banks.


2. CHECK – For scam signs with official sources (e.g. ScamShield WhatsApp bot @, call the Anti-Scam Helpline on 1800-722-6688, or visit Look out for tell-tale signs of a phishing website and if the deal is too good to be true, it probably is. Check with the company on its official website if such deals are available and check your card transactions before approving them. If in doubt, never share your personal information and payment card details with anyone.


3. TELL – authorities, family, and friends about scams. Report any fraudulent transactions to your bank immediately. 


If you have any information relating to such crimes or if you are in doubt, please call the Police Hotline at 1800-255-0000, or submit it online at All information will be kept strictly confidential. If you require urgent Police assistance, please dial ‘999’. 

For more information on scams, members of the public can visit or call the Anti-Scam Helpline at 1800-722-6688. Fighting scams is a community effort. Together, we can ACT Against Scams to safeguard our community!




Fake Domino’s websites, offers and social media accounts


Our pizza is made for sharing, but never with scammers!

Domino’s urges all customers to be aware of any websites, competitions, advertisements, text messages and/or other unsolicited contact that use the Domino’s brand name or logo fraudulently.


Check the website address

Domino’s official email addresses and websites always end with This will never be misspelt. Our official website is in Singapore.

When ordering Domino’s online, always double-check the website address (URL) before entering personal information.

Simply searching ‘dominos’ in Google and clicking the first URL that comes up is not safe.


Use the official Domino’s app

Download and use our official Domino's app from the Google Play or Apple App store.


Official Social media accounts

Most official Domino’s social media accounts show a verified tick next to the account name. Never share your personal information or respond to unsolicited messages from an unverified account.






Report suspicious behaviour

If you come across a suspicious website or believe you may be a victim of a scam, please contact us immediately via our feedback form here: Domino's Feedback Form - Domino's Pizza (


Current scams

Unfortunately, we are aware of a few scams currently in circulation.

Scams via sponsored Google ads

Customers may see fraudulent sponsored Google Ads when searching for ‘Dominos’. Tapping on this sponsored ad will redirect customers to a website to win an award like a gift card. These scams are sent in an attempt to obtain personal information like bank account details, credit card numbers and passwords.

In most cases, once you click on one of these links, you'll be redirected to a phishing site, where your personal information will be requested and then used to carry out fraudulent activities.

Fake sponsored Google ad

Fake prize

Fake website

What to do:


If you are aware of any scam using the Domino’s brand, please contact us via Domino's Feedback Form ASAP so we can investigate further.