How to avoid ATO and other scammers

By Helen Warnock
Updated September 8 2020 - 4:12pm, first published 4:00pm
Helen Warnock
Helen Warnock

Now we are into a new tax year the Australian Taxation Office has seen an increase in impersonation scams. Most of these have been delivered via phone or voice message, with a smaller number by email or text message. Someone will call saying they are from the tax office and you have an outstanding amount of tax payable.

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