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WA Scam Warnings

  • Check the tick before you click
    Check the tick before you click

    These days, it pays to be extra vigilant on social media. Like-harvesting, or like-farming as it is also called, is a scam perpetuated throughout Facebook and features bogus pages designed to do nothing more than “harvest” your likes.

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  • Fake farming machinery websites
    Fake farming machinery websites

    WA ScamNet has received reports about two websites claiming to sell discounted second-hand farming machinery with products paid for but not delivered.

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  • Beware fake Shopify sites
    Beware fake Shopify sites

    Online shoppers need to be wary of fraudulent store pages operating on Shopify that advertise non-existent goods and falsely promise to donate proceeds to bushfire relief charities and animal rescue groups.

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  • Cute pics but no puppies - puppy scams
    Cute pics but no puppies - puppy scams

    Beware of fake websites and social media accounts that claimed to puppies, leaving buyers out of pocket and without a dog.

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COVID-19 coronavirus scams

Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding COVID-19 to deceive victims into handing over their money and/or personal information, so it’s important to be extra vigilant. 

 

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