Scams Awareness Week

Scams Awareness Week is an annual awareness-raising week run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). Scam Awareness Week runs from 21-25 May and aims to educate consumers on how to identify and avoid scams.

Scammers may pretend to be from a government agency or a well-known company, like Telstra, Australian Taxation Office, a bank or police. Impersonation scams may make threats that they will cancel a service or change more fees, take you to court or pressure you for money or personal information.

If this happens to you, take a moment to "Stop and check: Is this for real?":
If someone contacts you from a government agency or well-known company, that threatens you, ask yourself, could this be real?Verify the identity of the caller or message, through an independent source, such as phone book or online searchNever give banking or credit card details or give money to anyone you don't know/trustGovernment agencies or well-known businesses will never ask…

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