Scams are designed to deceive you into disclosing your personal and financial information or paying money.
Scammers may contact you by phone, SMS, letter, email, websites, social media messages and in person.
These scams may say or appear to be from us.
To help protect yourself, it is important to be able to identify a scam.
Common signs of a scam:
IBA does contact you by phone, but you should be cautious of unexpected phone calls claiming to be from us or representing us. If you have concerns, you can ask for the caller’s name and contact details, then call us on 1800 107 107.
If you receive a suspicious email or SMS claiming to be from us:
If you think you have fallen victim to a scam, please report it to us on 02 6110 2623 between 8:30am–5:00pm Monday to Friday, contact us via the quick online reporting form, or email us via our website or directly: email@example.com. If appropriate, refer it to the police or other relevant authority including the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Please note: Only fraud reports, directly related to Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) will be investigated.
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