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4.6 ASIC submitted that, as the financial services regulator, it has a responsibility to administer the Australian Financial Services (AFS) licensing regime and 'monitor financial services business to ensure that they operate efficiently, honestly and fairly.'[2] 4.7 ASIC noted its role as a primary law enforcement agency in the fight against financial crime, through its regulation of Australian companies, financial markets, financial services organisations and professionals.

ASIC submitted that combatting financial crime was a key part of its role as a regulator: Given that financial markets and large pools of savings will attract those with criminal intent, combatting financial crime is a key part of our remit.

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The scams are sent via fake emails, similar to the 'phishing' attacks used to trick people into revealing banking details - but instead are used to harvest money and information from online gaming accounts.

Simon Ellson, Internet Security Expert from Norton, says, 'Phishing is widespread - 86% of phishing attacks specifically target the financial sector, but another 13% target information services.