Australians have already lost $45 million to scams this year despite repeated warnings about the dangers of sending money or personal details to strangers.
More than $80 million was lost to scams in Australia last year, with scammers stealing not only money but data. Computer prediction software scams targeting investors were also prevalent.
Australia's consumer watchdog is warning consumers about seemingly 'free' apps, with over three quarters of self-described free games failing to disclose that in-app purchases would be required.
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