Federal offences - Not WA Police issues
Types of fraud and the appropriate investigative authority.
If you believe you may be in possession of suspected counterfeit banknotes, counterfeit coins or counterfeit prescribed securities you should contact the Australian Federal Police in your state/territory.For more information on how to identify a counterfeit banknote, please go to Reserve Bank of Australia website.
For all fraud offences committed against Federal Government Departments.
Contact the Australian Federal Police in your state/territory.
For all Medicare fraud related matters, please go to Human Services.
For all Centrelink fraud related matters, please go to Human Services.
For all Child Support fraud related matters, please go to Human Services.
If you have utilised the services of a registered or unregistered financial advisor and believe your funds have been misappropriated contact the Australian Security and Investment Commission (ASIC) by visiting Moneysmart.
For more information relating to investments and loss recovery please go to Moneysmart.
Any matters relating to the purchase or sale of shares or the manipulation of share trading contact The Australian Securities Exchange.
If you have received unsolicited text messages resulting in a fee on your account or the unlawful use of your telephone account. Contact your relevant service provider or the Telecommunication Industry Ombudsman.
All misconduct by a director of a company or company secretary should be reported to Australian Security and Investment Commission (ASIC). All criminal allegations such as theft, fraud or forgery by the same persons, may be reported to the Major Fraud Squad on (08) 9220 0700.
Any complaints relating to a registered or unregistered superannuation / financial advisor may be reported to the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA).For more information regarding superannuation please go to Moneysmart.