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Identity Theft

Unfortunately frauds and scams are a growing part of Australian life.

Your identity is a valuable asset—to both you and criminals. A disturbing fact is, with enough information, identity thieves can pretend to be you.

Once an identity thief has enough of your personal information, they can:

Protect your identity

Although the risk of identity theft in Australia remains relatively low, it is increasing, and it is important that you take steps now, to protect your good name.

Protecting your personal information

Protecting personal information on your computer

Don't be a phone scam victim

What to do if you are the victim of identity theft

Further information is available at "Identity Security".