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* 1. Booking ID (please fill in the 4 digit code provided by your trainer)

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* 2. Your Gender:

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* 3. Your Race :

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* 4. Your Citizenship:

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* 5. Your Age Range:

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* 6. Your Current Family Status:

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* 7. Your Highest Level of Education:

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* 8. Your Annual Household Income Range (Before Taxes):

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* 9. Please respond by CLICKING the appropriate number on the scale from (Strongly Disagree) to (Strongly Agree).

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The talk has achieved its objectives.
The materials are useful to me.
There was appropriate use of examples and exercises to help me understand the topic.
The concepts and skills presented help me in my personal development.
The trainer has good knowledge of the topic.
The trainer is able to communicate the ideas and concepts to me.
The trainer makes the topic relevant to me.
The trainer uses practical examples and case studies.

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* 10. What did you find MOST useful to you about this talk?

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* 11. What did you find LEAST useful to you about this talk?

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* 12. How can we improve on this talk?

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* 13. What other financial topics are you keen to know more about? (TICK whichever applies to you)

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* 14. How did you get to know about this talk? Please tick one only.

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* 15. Would you like to receive our (Institute for Financial Literacy) E-Newsletters?

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* 16. Please CLICK your response to each of the following statements.

  Do Not Know True False
The act of fraudsters asking for your confidential account information by claiming to be from your bank, credit card companies or service providers is called phishing.
I should immediately make a police report if I receive large sums of money in my bank account and do not know the original source.
Government agencies sometimes instruct you to transfer money over the phone.
Even if a person lets his or her bank accounts in Singapore to be used to make fraudulent transactions unknowingly; it is illegal.
The Investor Alert List on MAS website is exhaustive.

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* 17. How confident are you to do each of the following?

  Not Confident A Little Confident Confident Very Confident
Not to be entrapped by fraudsters attempts to phish my confidential account information.
To avoid being used as a money mule.
Not succumb to the lure of love scams.
Use the Investor Alert List on the MAS website to conduct background checks on unregulated investment schemes.
Not to be enticed by e-commerce scams.

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* 18. AFTER attending this talk, what is your intention to do each of the following?

  Does Not Apply To Me No Maybe Yes I Am Already Doing This
Not to be entrapped by fraudsters attempts to phish my confidential account information.
To avoid being used as a money mule.
Not succumb to the lure of love scams.
Use the Investor Alert List on the MAS website to conduct background checks on unregulated investment schemes.
Not to be enticed by e-commerce scams.

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