Scammers are claiming that a scam busted by the ACCC which netted $195,000 entitles the email recipient to $400, but sadly, it’s all just a dirty rotten scam.
Email scams are two a penny, but this one seems particularly insidious.
Online scam artists, purportedly from Australia, are exploiting goodwill of strangers in the wake of the downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 using stolen credit cards and setting up fake social media profiles.
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