Scammers hit over 100,000 unsuspecting Australians last year cheating them out of a whopping $229 million, according to the latest Scamwatch report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Australians have already lost $45 million to scams this year despite repeated warnings about the dangers of sending money or personal details to strangers.
More than $80 million was lost to scams in Australia last year, with scammers stealing not only money but data. Computer prediction software scams targeting investors were also prevalent.
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