Don't let scammers press your buttons

EVERY year, scams cost Australians, businesses and the economy millions, as well as considerable non-financial harm.

These days, scams come in all shapes and sizes. Have you received an offer that seems too good to refuse? Or even an invitation to 'befriend' or connect with an online admirer?

Scammers know how to press your buttons to get what they want.

To stay one step ahead of scammers, visit the ACCC's SCAMwatch website, www.scamwatch.gov.au, where you can sign up for free email alerts on new scams.


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