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Recent scams that the Ministry of Consumer Affairs is warning consumers about.
16 July 2014 - The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment has been made aware of car buying scams doing the rounds again
23 June 2014 - Telecom customers contacted by scammers.
6 June 2014 - Watch out for a new wave of immigration phone calls
4 June 2014 - with the end of the financial year around the corner, make sure you don't get scammed.
3 June 2014 - Be aware of part-time work scams
Be aware of Rockstar car wrap advertisements
Consumers are warned of rental scams doing the rounds.
Consumers should be wary of the DealSave penny-auction website which runs auctions for electronics products.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) warns about a new IRD phishing scam.
Consumers are warned about bidding on items on so-called "penny-auction" websites.
Car buyers are being targeted in an elaborate scam involving bogus sellers and fake online transactions.
Consumer Affairs warning over rise in job ad scams this holiday season.
IPONZ has noticed an increasing amount of unsolicited services being offered
A fraudulent contract letter has been reported to Consumer Affairs.
A class action against banks in Australia has seen a large number of customers targeted by fraudsters claiming to be from their bank.
Watch out for brochures sent in the mail containing ‘scratch and win’ tickets.
Texts stating a mobile number has won a large amount of money.
McDonald's 'drive through' customers are being invited to enter a fake competition.
ANZ warns customers of a potential phishing scam.
Police warn residents about cheque washing scam.