Fake traf­fic emails

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WA SCAMNET is warn­ing lo­cals to watch out for fake traf­fic in­fringe­ment emails. The State Gov­ern­ment’s Con­sumer Pro­tec­tion body says peo­ple have been re­ceiv­ing emails with a va­ri­ety of sub­ject lines in­clud­ing “RE: Dear driver” and “Please read your no­tice”. The email claims to con­tain in­for­ma­tion on a traf­fic in­fringe­ment, with an in­fringe­ment num­ber, date of vi­o­la­tion and amount due. ScamNet ad­vises that only WA Po­lice may is­sue traf­fic in­fringe­ments. Check on the WA Po­lice web­site at po­lice.wa.gov.au or call po­lice on 9374 4555.

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