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Get a whois done for the URL of the site, and find out who the ISP is. In the whois info there should be an e-mail address meant for reporting abuse. Send them an e-mail including your proof of the fact that it's a scam (the e-mail you got and a link to the site) and send them the bunch of whois information you got (they can get that themselves, but still).
Ask 'm to shut it down, usually this is done within 24 hours in case of phishing sites, and this doesn't really sound like the fake bank kind of thing.
Tax Commissioner Michael D’Ascenzo said anyone who receives the email should delete it immediately.
“The Tax Office never sends emails asking people to provide personal information including credit card details.
“People should always be wary of unsolicited emails claiming to be from the Tax Office.
“As an extra precaution we recommend you type internet addresses directly into your internet browser rather than clicking on links embedded in emails,” Mr D’Ascenzo said.
These websites are often set up in multiple jurisdictions making them difficult to trace and to effectively shut them down.
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is always Good when you have the zeal to be a hitwoman when you out of school,it makes you bold and reall and it makes you more high than any other of your friend.
you dont have a phone.that makes makes you joe butt. Fuck you and go find something to do man. Stop disturbing me please.
This is definitely why you will remain and die in poverty, ignorant of good things and easy acknowledgment of bad things and words. Shame on you, you wicked generation children.
i went you to no that this is not a cheld pray. i went you to get back to me
we are not scammer,we hate scammer as you do.scammer make out life harder and harder,a lot of people think we are scammer,in fact,we are not!! please trustt us
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Sun Jun 21, 2009 2:00 pm
^ I find we usually manage shutting them down quite nice...
It's a shame they're not really interested, actively pursuing this would save a lot of victims...
Joined: 20 Feb 2007
Location: Relatively here.
Mon Jun 22, 2009 4:36 am
@ Jack Pump,
This type of scam is the same as the bank phishing emails. You'll likely find that the website hosting the fake ATO page is otherwise innocent and ignorant of the fraud being commited on their site. It's usually the work of website hackers. The best thing to do is to check the domain credentials with whois and report the fraudulent page to the webmaster/owner of the hacked site.
The ATO can do nothing but try to educate people to ignore/delete these emails.
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Mon Jun 22, 2009 9:16 am
For some reason Australian banks and credit unions are flavour of the month if my catcher accounts are anything to go by.
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