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SCAMwatch urges you to watch out for emails requesting passwords, account verification, credit card numbers or other personal details by asking you to ‘click on a link’.

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SCAMwatch has received many reports about scam emails claiming to be from well-known and respected organisations that are actually scams, and advises that you should be wary of all emails sent out of the blue—supposedly from companies you know and trust.

Telstra advises that they will never email you asking for personal details to be supplied by following a link, and that you should only ever provide this information in response to an expected request or one you have initiated.

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Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. …I am confused and cannot get a response from Bigpond regarding why “radio” is connected…does this mean whilst it is connected my download is additional to the websites I visit?

…Pardon me, for being suspicious in their (Telstra) revenue…any reply would be greatly appreciated You need to get on the phone to Telstra and ask the right questions so you get the answers you can understand. Just did a quick search as i don't use bigpond, and from what i gather that "radio" option is allowing you to use wireless, i'm guessing if you plugged a USB or Ethernet cable into the back of the modem, the option to enable/disable it would appear upon restarting the software. Edit: Also Broadband is a term used to categorize any fast speed internet, be it Cable/DSL or what have you, i believe with telstra one uses Login Software(Cable) whilst the other does not(ADSL), but i could be wrong.there is where the confusion lie's.there is wireless broadband: where by you connect thru a device(usb) that acesses the cell tower sites thru the next G network, enabling you to access the internet where ever a cell phone can make callsand there is broadband home wireless network : where as long as your wirless network card can reach your wirless adsl modem your online.

its so easy to cross the 1 gig i signed up it was next G a few years ago (generation one) it was a fairbit slower than standard and then lately i connected thru me new mobile phone and man !!

next G "2" is so fast.being on a t1 connection , is lightning quick but for around a meg it wanna be....thanks but forgive me for appearing "racist"..heard those "support operators"...nothing like I sound like when I have had a few vinos!

Telstra has also issued a media release with more details of the Big Pond email hoax.