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Fraudulent Emails

Email fraud is the intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual through email. Almost as soon as email became widely used, it began to be used as a means to defraud people.

The primary email domain for MC Lawyers is @mclawyers.com.au.  If you receive any electronic messages from a domain that appears to be the same, please report it to us by forwarding it to admin@mclawyers.com.au. Do not acknowledge or use any information coming from a fraudulent email.