If you've been victimized by scammers, be proactive—report your case to us and others like law enforcement and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). Reporting is an important step to help prevent fraud and help protect others from falling victim to scams. .
Report Scams to WU
If you used our money transfer service and believe the transaction was fraudulent, call us immediately. Tell us what happened.
We want to help—and the only way we can is if you contact us. It’s easy–our fraud hotline number is 1800 023 324.
Report to Authorities
It’s extremely important to inform law enforcement and other authorities if you’ve been victimized by fraud. Western Union suggests several ways to report fraud, as well as national fraud resources that offer information and resources to help you stay informed.
Think you've been scammed?
Report it. You can help us and, in the process, help others from getting scammed in the future.
Call our Fraud Hotline at
1800 024 324
Forward suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org