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In general, state or territory police jurisdiction exists: If you are the victim of an online fraud or scam you should report the incident to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN).Reports made to the ACORN may be referred to police for consideration and possible investigation.FAKE-ACCOUNTS WITH STOLEN IMAGES FROM Sara Sexton Attention!

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The new methodology expands on existing money laundering scams; criminals advertise jobs on popular employment or job-seeking websites, online in chat rooms or through unsolicited employment emails.Phishing involves using a form of spam to fraudulently gain access to people's internet banking details.The term 'phishing' refers to the use of spam e-mails purporting to be from a bank, in this way criminals 'fish' for legitimate bank customer's logon information.Online fraud is the jurisdiction of the state or territory police if the victim is a not a Commonwealth Government department or a Commonwealth Authority.The Australian Federal Police investigates frauds committed against a Commonwealth Government department or a Commonwealth Authority.