If you have observed a scam or been the victim of a scam, spam
or fraud in Australia and
want to report it for enforcement, here is a list of where to report different
types of scams. In some cases
there is more than one agency to contact. Some scams fit into more than
one category, also.
Be sure to contact your bank or credit card company if you have
given out credit card numbers, bank account information, etc.
And we will track and post more examples, so please forward a copy to us - see the
email address at the top of this page or cut and paste the email into our
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is the only
national agency dealing with general consumer protection and restrictive
trade practices matters. The SCAMwatch website is published and maintained by the ACCC.
You can report a scam to the ACCC electronically by filling out the
report a scam form below. This form will go directly to the ACCCís
Report a scam to the ACCC (electronic form opens in new window)
You can also report a scam by phoning the ACCC Infocentre on 1300
302 502. The Infocentre is staffed between the hours of 8.30 am and