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|News Articles: Scam Watch|
Airline Ticket Scam Causing Computer Viruses|
SCAMwatch is warning consumers to beware of an airline ticketing scam that can download malicious software onto your computer.
Australian Visas Scam
SCAMwatch and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) are warning people who wish to visit or migrate to Australia to be cautious of people offering ‘guaranteed’ Australian visas.
Be my Valentine
Be my Valentine, SCAMwatch has received hundreds of complaints about online dating and romance scams. Scammers target victims by creating fake profiles on genuine internet dating sites, chat rooms or introductory service classifieds.
Beware of distress emails targeting the APY lands
SCAMwatch and Consumer and Business Services in South Australia are warning people throughout the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands to beware of scam distress emails targeting the area.
Carbon Tax Compensation Payments
Beware of scam calls offering carbon tax compensation payments. SCAMwatch is warning Australians to be alert to scam calls offering to pay carbon tax compensation into your bank account or asking survey questions about the carbon tax.
Chinese Community Targeted
Telemarketing scam targeting Chinese community. SCAMwatch is warning members of Australia's Chinese community to beware of scammers posing as market researchers from Hong Kong.
Dating website misled singles
Directors of a dating website engaged in misleading conduct when they created fake profiles and sent messages to users to flirt with them, a consumer watchdog says.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has started Federal Court proceedings against Jetplace Pty Ltd - the operator of the website redhotpie
Death Threat SMS Scam
SCAMwatch is warning the Australian community to beware of death threat spam text messages from scammers pretending to be a hired hitman in order to extort thousands of dollars from their victims.
Fake Australian lottery
People around the world are being sent emails telling them that they have won a fortune in a fake Australian lottery that claims to be endorsed by the Australian Government. Confused consumers have been contacting SCAMwatch and other government agencies to check whether the lottery is genuine.
Free Holiday Scam
Free Holiday, SCAMwatch is warning consumers to be wary of telemarketing calls informing recipients that they have won a 'free' holiday. The pre-recorded voice message instructs the recipient to 'dial 9' to claim their prize. Once this is done, the recipient is connected to an operator who then 'sells' the holiday package.
Global financial crisis
Global financial crisis—another excuse for a scam, SCAMwatch is warning consumers to be on the lookout for scammers who might seek to exploit the global financial crisis by luring consumers into providing private financial details or financial payments. Tough economic times can make people more vulnerable to scams. And scammers often adjust their messages to take into account current high-profile events or economic developments.
Hitmen - hired to kill
SCAMwatch and Victoria Police are warning Australians to beware of email death threats from scammers claiming be ‘hitmen’ hired to kill the email recipient unless they send cash.
The holiday ‘prize’ which nearly cost Nicole thousands of dollars Nicole was on the internet one day, using her home computer. A pop-up appeared on her screen telling her that she had won a holiday to the Bahamas, but that to retrieve her prize she would have to call the number listed within 3 minutes.
Inheritance Scam Letters
Thompson & Lawyers, David T Duddias, Thomson & Associates, David Lopez- just some of the names being used by operators based in Spain in unsolicited letters currently landing in Australian letterboxes. The message: "I am contacting you in regards to a deceased client who died in an auto accident on the Madrid Highway in March 2005, he was a prominent client of mine. He happens to share the same LAST NAME with you."
Japan earthquake disaster - charity scams
SCAMwatch is warning consumers to thoroughly check the legitimacy of charities when donating to Japan disaster relief.
|Agnes Water - Town of 1770|
Common misspelling of Accommodation
accom, accomadation, accomidation, accomodation, accomodations, accommadation, accommidation, accommodation, accommodations, acomadation, acomidation, acomodation, acommadation, acommidation, acommodation, accomdation, acoomodation
Agnes Water often called Agnes Waters and it is common for Lady Musgrave Island to be called Lady Musgrove Island and Captain Cook to Captian Cook and Capitan Cook or Captan Cook, with the Town of Seventeen Seventy now known as 1770 that would be hard to misspell for anyone. The correct spelling of Bundaburg Queensland, is Bundaberg.
|The Great Barrier Reef|
The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef runs along the Australian Queensland Coast, there are many towns from Central Queensland to Far North Queensland that offer Great Barrier Reef tours, such as fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling, cruises to Great Barrier Reef Islands, even Reef Walking and Surfing, some Islands on the Great Barrier Reef offer accommodation from Resort Style to Camping. The Southern End of the Great Barrier Reef begins from the Town of 1770 on the Queensland Discovery Coast, and extends North past Cairns, Port Douglas and Cook Town.
You will find places on this site that offer all of the above on The Great Barrier Reef as well as inland Rural areas, such as Mining Towns, Farm Stays and National Parkes, Gorges, Mountian Retreats and Beachside Towns. Use the Navigation links & Directories, if you prefer an other Langauge besides English you can click on your Counties Flag on the top right to translate all pages on Lets Connect to your prferred langauge.
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Town of 1770
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