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COVID-19 Scams

COVID-19 Scams

We again write to you warning you about new scams that are doing the rounds via either text messages or emails

DON’T CLICK ON THE LINK

When it comes to the ATO, Centrelink and other government departments, they don’t send you links to click on. They don’t ask for your personal information. They don’t need your drivers license or passport numbers
 
There are a number of scams going around offering to assist you with early access to your superannuation. The way to do this is via your MyGov account or to contact your superannuation fund directly. Do not click on any link
 
To access benefits through Centrelink, deal directly through your Centrelink accounts or through your MyGov account. Do not click on any links
 
The get assistance relating to either the Cash Flow Boost or the Job Keeper program, contact us and we will assist you with these. We have previously sent you information and registration links to guide you on what you need to do. Do not click on any links
 
Coles and Woolworths are NOT giving away $200 vouchers
 
Foxtel, Netflix, Stan or any other streaming services are not giving you a subscription for free
 
DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS that seem too good to be true because they’re  probably not
 
There is a Government website that you can check online at www.scamwatch.gov.au

DON’T CLICK ON THE LINK.

Scammers are very innovative. Don’t be fooled.

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