Tech-savvy daters have been alerted to watch out for romance scammers this Valentine’s Day, with the consumer watchdog, the ACCC warning that scams are increasingly happening through social media and dating apps.
Australian consumers are reporting having their bank accounts drained by fraudsters and their email inboxes accessed in the latest scam involving theft of mobile numbers, according to the newly published report on fraud from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
Australians have been warned of a raft of holiday season scams, including scammers setting up online shopping scams and phony travel scams and attempting to trick people in believing they’ve won a holiday or scored a really good deal on a travel package.
I can't find "Privacy Alert" in the Chrome store.
C'mon now. Because you're ignorant -- so you say -- about all these areas you're prepared to receive loose or[…]
Good on 'em.
Fair enough, too. Has anybody or any organisation publicly released detailed PROOF that any Huawei products are in some way[…]
Would the reviewers like to tell me what the sound quality of calls is like?Would they like to tell me[…]