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Beware of tax scams

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It’s important to know how to identify an illegitimate request for information. This video details how to contact the ATO if you think you have been the victim of a scam. Be aware of what you share. If you think you have shared sensitive information with the wrong person or have been contacted by a scam, contact the ATO immediately.

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Reproduced with the permission of the Australian Tax Office. This article was originally published at  Australian Tax Office February 2018
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