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Scammers claiming to be associated with the Do Not Call Register are calling consumers and asking for personal information such as financial details.
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The ACMA is reminding consumers to raise their guard as the new financial year is a prime time for tax related scams.
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Eco Star Double Glazing Pty Ltd, a window and door glazing company, has paid a $25,200 infringement notice for calling numbers on the Do Not Call Register without consent.
Solar power business Allied Construction and Roofing Pty Ltd has paid a $21,600 infringement notice for calling numbers on the Do Not Call Register without consent.
Queensland-based solar power business, Instyle Solar Pty Ltd, has paid a $10,800 infringement notice for failing to obtain consent to call numbers on the Do Not Call Register.
Service Seeking, a marketplace to hire local professionals, has paid $50,400 for sending SMS messages without consent and for not including an unsubscribe statement. https://www.acma.gov.au/Citizen/Complaints/Internet-complaints/Spam-complaints/service-seeking-penalised-for-breaches-of-the-spam-act If you receive a SMS that you think breaks the Spam Act rules, you can complain here www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/spam-complaint-form
Keep clear of scammers during #TaxTime with these simple tips from Stay Smart Online https://www.staysmartonline.gov.au/news/tips-stay-safe-online-tax-time
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