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- Fake traffic infringement emails doing the rounds in NSW
- Scammers use missing Malaysia Airlines plane news as online bait
Victoria's public transport authority has had to pay back more than $1 million after its ticketing system was hit by an online scam.
Australian online dating website Ruby Radar has used a biometric identity service called My Verified ID to stop scammers from creating fake profiles on the site.
Authorities in New South Wales are warning people to delete fake traffic infringement notices sent to them via email.
Western Australia Consumer Protection is warning drivers in the state to delete a scam email which claims they can renew their driver's licence via PayPal.
Westpac Australia is warning customers to delete a spam email with the subject line `Westpac Secure Email Notification’ which claims that they have received a secure message.