Victorian man and boy charged following international probe into iSpoof website


A Victorian man and a teenage boy have been charged as part of an international police investigation into a fraudulent website believed to have been used to swindle unsuspecting victims out of tens of millions of dollars.

The pair are among 59,000 people worldwide suspected of using a website called iSpoof to make robocalls purporting to be from government agencies and legitimate services, such as banks, to defraud victims.

Federal police officers arrest a Boronia man over his alleged involvement in an international fraud scheme.Credit:Australian Federal Police

The site, which has since been…



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