Scam Alert: Think twice before providing your details

Monday, 3 February 2014

Email and online scams can target you for all sorts of different things, including offers of free investment or financial advice.

If you receive an unsolicited or suspicious email or Facebook post that appears to be from QSuper or about QSuper, particularly one that requests personal details about you or your account - or contains a direct link to a login screen - you should contact us.

QSuper is committed to protecting your privacy and as such when you provide us with your name, address details and email address these details will not be added to a mailing list unless you have specifically requested this, i.e. by subscribing to a QSuper newsletter. Also, QSuper will not disclose these details to third parties without your consent, unless required by law or if disclosure is necessary to provide you with products or services. You can find out more in our Privacy Factsheet (pdf).

If you think you have been targeted by an email or online scam you can report it to the ACCC's SCAMwatch or you can contact the QSuper Ethics Hotline.