Comms Ministry: RM300 E-Cash Assistance Claims On TikTok Are Fake

The fake news went viral on social media, allegedly saying that people can get monthly e-cash assistance from the government.
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Fake news on the internet has become a widespread and significant problem in recent years. It refers to fabricated or misleading information presented as if it were real news, which can be spread rapidly through social media and other online platforms.

Fake news can have serious consequences, from influencing public opinion to causing real-world harm. The rise of manipulated media has made it even harder to distinguish between real and fake news. It’s important to be vigilant and critical when consuming news online, and to verify the sources and accuracy of any information before sharing it with others.

Malay Mail reports that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) denied providing the RM300 per month in e-cash assistance that had been widely circulated on TikTok.

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As a result, the general public is urged to avoid disseminating misleading information that can lead to misunderstandings and to always turn to credible and up-to-date sources of information.

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