Knowing most people (including myself) have short attention span, the many advisories to overcome possible frauds are too much to read, let alone remember.
The most important question is to ask yourself whether you are registered as a voter. If not, register now. Even if too late for the coming GE, you are eligible to vote at future by-elections and general elections.
Despite having served as election agent before, the following information is new to me:
For the above explanation in Bahasa Malaysia and Chinese:
I am afraid the information relating to those Malaysians residing overseas is quite confusing, especially on eligibility to vote; period of stay in Malaysia; and those in Thailand and Singapore are required to return to Malaysia to vote instead of using the postal voting process. Will there be any changes just before the GE?
Update on Feb 16: What Teresa Kok posted in her blog shows just how complicated and confusing postal voting can be... http://teresakok.com/2013/02/22/election-commission-is-urged-to-spell-out-details-on-overseas-postal-voting/
Though the date of GE13 has yet to be fixed, BN and especially our PM is already making full use of the mainstream media daily as propaganda tools.
This post and other relevant information should be useful for reference on the day of election.
Update: Going to the Polls: