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The joint report from the ACCC and the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network shows 200,000 reports of scams last year, with losses totalling almost 0 million.
Ms Rickard said the two most common social media scams reported were dating, romance and fake trader scams.
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Sextortion, an emerging scam, also uses social media to gain access to victims.