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Scam Warning!

ATO constantly alerting for scams happening around. Scams are designed to trick you into paying money or giving out your personal information. So, it is vital to spot the scam and report.

Once scammers have the personal identifiable information, they may use it to commit identity fraud, such as:

  • Lodging false tax returns or Activity statements
  • Accessing your bank accounts and other records
  • Claiming centerlink or other government benefits
  • Taking out loans in your name
  • Gaining access to your superannuation

A scammer may contact you via phone, email text message, social media, door-to-door or through job application

There are ways to check if SMS or email is genuine, example, ATO message will never ask you to reply by SMS or email to provide personal information. To know steps required to reduce the risk of fraud, please contact us on 08 9242 3555 or email admin@businessmantra.com.au

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