What can businesses do to protect themselves against financial fraud? Here are some guidelines.
The Australian Tax Office (ATO) is responding to increased criminal efforts to impersonate legitimate taxpayers to lodge fraudulent tax returns or gain access to data that they can make money from with changes that prevent unauthorised access to client accounts.
To help protect your older relatives, it’s important to understand that elder financial abuse can take many different forms and can be committed by a variety of people, including strangers, friends or even family members.
Fraud usually happens when somebody accesses another person’s funds without their knowledge or authority. We look at the all too common types of fraud and scams.
Police are warning the public to be vigilant following reports of a scam targeting residents in the local area. The scam operates whereby victims are called by a representative claiming to be from the Australian Tax Office (ATO). The caller then tells the resident that… Read More >>