Scams targeting Australia Post customers

Scams targeting Australia Post customers

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November 28, 2018

Phishing texts are the flavour of the month. Beware of the message appearing to come from Australia Post stating you’ve won a new phone. AusPost’s phone number has been spoofed making it appear that the message is sent by them. Always avoid clicking links and do not respond with any personal details before checking with the official source. If you have responded, please call us on 1800 595 160 (AU) or 0800 121 068 (NZ).

For more information please see Australia Post website.

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