The Australian Federal Police investigates frauds committed against a Commonwealth Government department or a Commonwealth Authority.
In general, state or territory police jurisdiction exists: If you are the victim of an online fraud or scam you should report the incident to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN).
Reports made to the ACORN may be referred to police for consideration and possible investigation.
Internet banking fraud is fraud or theft committed using online technology to illegally remove money from, or transfer it to, a different bank account.
Long before the institution of marriage developed, man and woman may have lived together, procreated children and died unwept and unsung.Marriage is the most important institution of human society. Society works out certain rules and regulation for satisfaction of these urges. Marriage creates new social relationships and reciprocal rights between the spouses.The rules and regulations, which deal with regulation of sex life of human beings, are dealt in the marriage institution. It establishes the rights and the status of the children when they are born.The term 'online fraud' refers to any type of fraud scheme that uses email, web sites, chat rooms or message boards to present fraudulent solicitations to prospective victims, to conduct fraudulent transactions or to transmit the proceeds of fraud to financial institutions or to others connected with the scheme.
Online fraud is the jurisdiction of the state or territory police if the victim is a not a Commonwealth Government department or a Commonwealth Authority.Types of internet banking fraud include phishing and mule recruitment, and can happen through your smartphone, tablet and other mobile devices.