SINGAPORE, July 7 (Xinhua) -- The Singapore Police Force's Anti-Scam Center worked with six banks to disrupt over 2,800 scams from May 1 to June 30, according to a statement from the policewadersformen.

The police and commercial banks notified victims to cease monetary transfers after detecting jobs, investments, fake friends, or e-commerce scams with robotic process automation technology.

They sent nearly 14,000 short messages to over 9,800 scam victims and averted potential financial losses of more than 47 million Singapore dollars (35 million U.S. dollars), the police added.

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