Scam and Fraud Warning

Scams and fraudulent activities are becoming increasingly common and pose a significant threat to individuals both within Australia and throughout the world.

These activities can take the form of phishing scams, in which consumers receive fraudulent calls, emails or messages asking for personal information or financial details. They may also involve the use of fake websites which appear to be genuine but are designed to steal sensitive information.

It is important to be aware of these scams and take measures to protect yourself. Please note that our organisation never engages in cold calls and will never ask for sensitive information, such as bank account details or passwords, via email or phone. If you receive any such calls or emails, please do not provide any information and report the incident to us immediately.

To stay safe, we recommend that you always verify the authenticity of any communication you receive and check the sender's details before responding. Additionally, be wary of unsolicited messages and do not click on any links or download any attachments from unknown sources.

Phishing sites will typically have a different domain name in the URL, meaning they cannot appear with a URL beginning with (which is what all pages on our site begin with). Instead, they may make subtle changes, such as adding another letter to make it “savvvy”.

Remember that safeguarding your personal and financial information is crucial in protecting yourself from scams and frauds. If you have any concerns or suspect that you may have been a victim of fraud, please contact us immediately at [email protected].