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Fraud Smart

Our free online newsletter that will keep you up to date on ways to avoid becoming a scamming victim.

Fraud Smart

Fraud Smart

Technology has revolutionised the way we live. There is no doubt this has made financial transactions more convenient but has also made scams and other fraudulent activities far more prevalent.

Whilst WAW has sophisticated fraud detection systems in place to protect your banking we also know that keeping you informed is also one of the best forms of defence. 

For this reason we have created WAW Fraud Smart, a free online newsletter that will keep you up to date and provide information on ways to avoid becoming a scamming victim. To become a subscriber to WAW Fraud Smart eNewsletter simply click here to subscribe to Fraud Smart eNewsletter.

Download 'Little Black Book of Scams'If you have become a victim of internet fraud email fraud@wawcu.com.au at any time and a WAW representative will be in contact as soon as possible.

Visit the www.staysmartonline.gov.au/ for the latest information on scams and staying fraud smart online. You can also download a copy of the Australian Government publication 'Little Black Book Of Scams' or visit their website www.scamwatch.gov.au for information on how to report a scam.

For more information on staying safe online, please visit our Online Security FAQ page.