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Avoid falling victim to online fraudsters

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The internet has never been more present in our daily lives. We work, shop, play and interact with family and friends online,but report of cybercrime in Australia are on the rise. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commissions annual Targeting Scams report shows a 47 per cent increase in reporting of scams in 2016, with Aussies losing $300 million dollars.Almost half of those reporting cybercrimes are people aged over 55 years old.

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