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Bogus Asic Renewal E-Mail Continues To Flood Inboxes.

Bogus Asic Renewal E-Mail Continues To Flood Inboxes.

Bogus Asic Renewal E-Mail Continues To Flood Inboxes.

Australian businesses are urged to take extra care when renewing their business name. ASIC sends business a renewal notices 30 days before the expiry and clever scammers have copied this email to promote clicks to their own fraudulent websites.

  • When opening any email, you should always check the ‘from’ field. ASIC emails will come from asic.gov.au.
  • Hover your mouse cursor over the link to check the link location. If is not a location ending with asic.gov.au then don’t click it.
  • The fees requested could be different to the fees ASIC would normally charge.
  • Owners are offered or asked to make payment via a phone call.
  • A refund being offered after first payment is complete.

If you’re unsure if the e-mail is legitimate, you can login to the ASIC website directly at https://asic.gov.au or ASIC connect login here.

To find out more about this scam, you can take a look at the ASIC article here.

Asic E-Mail Business Security

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