You could soon be a victim of cybercrime – here’s how to try to stop that happening

Every 10 minutes, cybercriminals are preying on Australian businesses and individuals, leaving some people tens of thousands of dollars worse off.

Max, who doesn't want to use his real name, lost $66,000 when he transferred money to what he thought was a legitimate bank account.

The 65-year-old self-funded retiree said he contacted a dealership about buying a 2019 Ford Mustang GT Fastback, and soon after received an email that appeared to be from the sales manager with instructions on how to pay.

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