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SCAM ALERT: Vehicle licence (rego) renewal phishing emails.

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The most common scam is an email saying your rego is due. It includes a button or link for you to renew online, which takes you to a fake website. That website may ask you for your payment details and your driver licence details.

Here’s how you can tell it’s not a genuine email from us:

  • Check the common signs of a phishing scam
  • Check your rego expiry date on the label in your vehicle. We always put your expiry date in our emails. If there’s no expiry date, or it doesn’t match your label, it’s likely to be a scam email.

What to do if you’ve given your details to a scam

 

An example of a vehicle licence email scam

An example of a vehicle licence email scam

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