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Investment Fraud Warnings by the Australian Crime Commission

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Today in the mail i received a letter addressed to the 'Householder' containing the following information;


Dear Householder

The Australian Crime Commission Board has recently warned that organised criminal groups are targeting the savings of Australians through investment frauds. Many Australians, including experienced investors who undertake research, have lost their entire retirement savings to these investment frauds.

Law enforcement advises that the criminals offering these investment opportunities use persuasive cold-calling tactics, sophisticated websites and legitimate-looking brochures.

Australia Post is partnering with the Australian Crime Commission, the Australian Securities & lnvestments Commission and every state and territory police force in the country to further raise awareness of these investment frauds and provide information on how to prevent becoming a victim. Please be aware of this risk if you are called at random by someone offering an unsolicited investment opportunity. To protect yourself you can:

Visit or call 1300 300 630 for further information or advice.

Alert your family and friends to these investment frauds, especially those who may have savings to invest.

Report suspected investment frauds to the Australian Securities & lnvestments Commission, via or 1300 300 630, or your local police. Any informotion thot can be provided such os compony nome, location ond contoct detoils will ossist with subsequent investigotions and enquiries.

Hang up on unsolicited telephone calls offering investments.

Check any company you are discussing investments with has a valid Australian Financial Services licence at www.m o n eys ma rt. gov.a u

Seek independent financial advice before making an investment.

Protect your mail by installing the right sized letterbox for the volume of mail you receive and also by fitting a lock to your letterbox to deter would-be thieves. lt's also a good idea to arrange for someone to clear your mail for you when you go on holidays or take advantage of Australia Post's Mail Holding Service.

Victim support in Victoria is available through the Victims Support Agency Helpline on 1800 819 817.  Please be wary of anyone who claims they can recover your losses for a fee - no legitimate Australian law enforcement or regulatory agency will seek a payment for this action.

Signed by;

Greg Medcraft - Chairman Australian Securities & Investments Commission

John Lawler AM APM - Chief Executive Officer Australian Crime Commission

Ken D. Lay APM - Chief Commissioner Victoria Police

Ahmed Fahour - Managing Director and  Chief Executive Officer Australia Post


This is a generic  letter sent out to every household which came on a letterhead with ASIC, ACC, Victoria Police & Australia Post Logo on the top of the letter.   

I do believe this letter has been prompted by all the letters that we have sent into the AFP & ASIC recently? And i wonder what i bolded above was referenced to somebody in particular?





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  • Denise
    Denise Wednesday, 26 September 2012

    ACCC deciding to warn on foreign fraudsters targeting the vulnerable Aussies. What about our Aussie Banksters targeting the same pool of people - where are those warnings you imbeciles? [email protected]

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Wednesday, 26 September 2012

    Yes we got one too, i didn't realise that they were sent out all over Ausralia. We are definitely making waves with all our letter writing - as you have always said Denise - "THE POWER OF THE PEN"

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Thursday, 27 September 2012

    “Organised criminal groups are targeting the savings of Australians through investment frauds.” It means the Banks!

    "Many Australians, including experienced investors who undertake research, have lost their entire retirement savings to these investment frauds.” Yep - they are definately warning us about our banks!

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