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Scammers never seem to rest, with even the lastest JobKeeper iteration coming in for some scam treatment. In a new update the ATO reports that it is receiving reports of email scams about JobKeeper and backing business investment claims. “The fake emails say we’re investigating your claims. They ask you to provide valuable personal information, including copies of your driver’s licence and Medicare card.”
During this time of heightened scam activity, the ATO is encouraging individuals and businesses to:
To report a data breach or scam visit ato.gov.au/onlinesecurity
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