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Keeping your super account safe is our priority. There are things that we do to protect your super against identity fraud – and there are things you can do as well.
Keeping your account safe is our priority, including protecting you against identity fraud. Here’s what you can expect from us:
Importantly, we’ll never contact you to ask for the login details for your super account. You should never share your super account, or myGov login details, with anyone who contacts you.
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As well as the things we do to keep your super safe, there are also easy things that you can do to help prevent identity fraud.
We’re serious about keeping your super safe and have security in place to protect your accounts. By working together, we can reduce the likelihood of fraud and help protect your super. Find out more about password security and spotting scams.
You can contact us if you have any concerns or questions.
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