Firms lose $1.5m to false billing scams

11 June 2018

Australian businesses lost nearly $4.7m to fraudsters in 2017 and false billing scams were the most common means of theft, according to a report.

The ACCC report said 5,432 businesses reported fraud in 2017, with losses averaging $10,935, up 3% on 2016.

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