These scams don’t just target individuals, they utilise a broad range of methodologies reaching people through a variety of different platforms. In times where our online presence, shopping and streaming is ever increasing, fraudulent behaviour and opportunity rises.
QBANK’s Head of Technology & Transformation states “At QBANK, we regularly monitor scams that are circulating the market and have a variety of measures in place to minimise their impact.”
“However, it is most important for people to be aware and vigilant in all their interactions, particularly when receiving information from unknown sources or receiving a cold call from someone claiming to be from a trusted organisation. If it does not feel right or is too good to be true, then it generally is.”
According to the ACCC Scamwatch, there are a number of scams currently circulating, some examples to be mindful of include:
Please remember while this world is changing, so are the new ideas employed by these scammers. There are a number of ways to stay alert and be proactive to protect from scams:
If you believe your QBANK account has been compromised, please contact our Member Services Team on 13 77 28 immediately.
For up to date information regarding scams in Australia please visit: www.scamwatch.gov.au
To provide a further understanding of their roles, and an insight into the person behind the responsibilities and what they entail, QBANK presents a series of interviews with Members of our leadership team.
Today, QBANK announced that it will reduce interest rates on fixed rate home loan and deposit products.
To provide a further understanding of their roles, and an insight into the person behind the responsibilities and what they entail, QBANK presents the first in a series of interviews with members of our leadership team.