Have you been scammed?
Most scams need you to do something before they can work.
- ask you to send them money based on promises that turn out to be false;
- ask you to provide your personal information and bank details.
Some are easy to spot while others are so sneaky you may not know they are scams.
Remember - If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
- Protect YOURSELF
- Protect your MONEY
- Protect your PHONE
- Protect your COMPUTER
- Protect your IDENTITY
- SCAMS poster
- Factsheet - Public Wi-Fi
- Factsheet - Passwords & two-factor authentication
- Factsheet - Phishing
- Factsheet - Software Updates
For a copy of 'The Little Black Book of Scams' contact Consumer Affairs on 1800 019 319. SMS 040 111 6801
Other Useful Websites on Scams
- Stay Smart Online
- Protect Your Financial Identity
- Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC)
- ASIC MoneySmart
- Scamnet WA
- List of Scams NSW
REPORT ANY SCAMS TO CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Phone: 1800 019 319 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org