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Telstra warns of email scam targeting BigPond customers 1 September Whilst some emails will have tell-tale scamming signs such as misspelt words or poor grammar, others can look like the real thing, using corporate logos and links to genuine looking webpages. Skip to Content Skip to Sitemap. Phishing scams are attempts by scammers to trick you into giving out your personal information such as your bank account numbers, passwords and credit card numbers. This is not actually a real bill. Telstra has also issued a media release with more details of the BigPond email hoax. TELSTRA customers are being warned of two sophisticated email scams using fake login pages and bills to steal from victims.

The email address is a giveaway that this is a scam. Add your comment to this story To join the conversation, please Log in. Controversial snooping powers extended. NEVER give personal or financial details to anyone you do not know and trust, or enter them into a website unless you are certain it is genuine. It might look real, but this page is actually a fake. Enter a search term.

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Don’t get scammed by dodgy internet pop-ups. Continue the conversation in the comments below or with Matthew Dunn on Facebook and Twitter. Protect yourself Never respond to requests for personal information in an unexpected email, even movied it is supposedly from an organisation you know or trust. Identity theft Identity theft is a type of fraud that involves using someone else’s identity to steal money or gain other benefits.

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Phishing Phishing scams are attempts by scammers to trick you into giving out your personal information such as your bank account numbers, passwords and credit card numbers. To report spam, visit the Australian Communications and Media Authority website. Telstra advises that they will never email you asking for personal details to be supplied by following a link, and that you should only ever provide this information in response to an expected request or one you have initiated.

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Don’t have an account? Controversial snooping powers extended. Identity theft is a type of fraud that involves using someone else’s identity to steal money or gain other benefits. Video Image Is your telco ripping you off? NEVER give personal or financial details to anyone you do not know and trust, or enter them into a website unless you are certain it is genuine. This is how to spot it. Watch out for scam surveys and fake gift card offers. Enter a search term.

SCAMwatch has received many reports about scam emails claiming to be from well-known and respected organisations that are actually scams, and advises that you should be wary of all emails sent out of the blue—supposedly from companies you know and trust.

Watch out for NBN scams. Telstra has also issued a media release with more details of the BigPond email hoax.

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This is not actually a real bill. Skip to Content Skip to Sitemap. This email scam is well designed and quite convincing. But actually, this domain is newly registered, having been created on May 13 via a registry in China. TELSTRA customers are being warned of two sophisticated email scams using fake login pages and bills to steal from victims.

Whilst some emails will have tell-tale scamming signs such as misspelt words or poor grammar, others can look bigpondd the real thing, using corporate logos and links to genuine looking webpages.

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Add your comment to this story To join the conversation, please Log in. Telstra has issued a warning following reports of an email scam claiming to be from BigPond. Check the website address carefully as scammers often set up fake websites with very similar addresses.

The first scam hopes to direct the zcam to a realistic looking Telstra login page via an email supposedly sent from the telco but closer inspection should show this is a scam. If in doubt, contact the organisation using independently verified contact details. TELSTRA customers are being warned of two new email scams using fake bill notifications to trick victims into clicking on malicious links. Phishing scams are attempts by scammers to trick you into giving out your personal information such as your bank account numbers, passwords and credit card numbers.

Log in No account? The email address is a giveaway that this is a scam. It might look real, but this page is actually a fake. You can also report any hoax emails that appear to be from Bgipond or BigPond on the BigPond website. Join the conversation, you are commenting as Logout. Watch out for scammers when going online. Telstra warns of email scam targeting BigPond customers 1 September If you want to access an online account, use a bookmarked link or type the address in yourself— NEVER follow links or open attachments in unsolicited emails as they may contain viruses or other malware.