Note the misspelling of the words received and discrepancy as recieved and discrepency.Also note that although the URL of the bank's webpage appears to be legitimate, the hyperlink would actually be pointed at the phisher's webpage.

Please include details of the scam contact you received, for example, a screenshot.

We also provide guidance on protecting yourself from scams and where to get help.

If you click on the link you may be taken to a fake website that looks like the real deal, complete with logos and branding of legitimate sites.

In order to view the video, you will be asked to install some software, such as a ‘codec’, to be able to access the video format.

Knowing what to look for and how to avoid scams is the best way to stay safe.

Our guides tell you about different scams to watch out for.Spread the word to your friends and family to protect them.Scammers use all kinds of sneaky approaches to steal your personal details.Scammers may pretend to be from the police and claim you have committed an illegal activity and must pay a fine, or they may simply demand payment for a 'key' to unlock your computer.If you pay the ransom, there is no guarantee your computer will be unlocked.We encourage you to report scams to the ACCC via the report a scam page.