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Australians lose $93m to online scams MP3

The ACCC says consumers were fleeced $93 million in scams in the past year, but the actual number could be much higher because many go unreported. The ACCC received almost 84,000 reports of scams, an increase of 9 per cent. The National Online Retailers Association says online shopping scams are very costly to small businesses. Source: abc.net.au

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