A hacker has released an image of the cash she says she “lost” after losing $5000 to hackers.
The woman, identified as Jane, claims the cyber-crime group was “stealing” her credit cards and bank accounts.
She said she was “in shock” and was “very scared” when she discovered the cyber crime group was responsible for her account being compromised.
“It’s scary because I’ve been in a relationship for four years, and my partner’s been cheating on me and he’s doing the same thing to me,” she said.
“So I have no money. “
“And now I’m in shock, and all of a sudden I’ve lost a lot of money.” “
Ms Jane, who declined to be named for privacy reasons, said she and her partner had not spoken about the hack, which she believed was orchestrated by a “cyber-criminal group”. “
And now I’m in shock, and all of a sudden I’ve lost a lot of money.”
Ms Jane, who declined to be named for privacy reasons, said she and her partner had not spoken about the hack, which she believed was orchestrated by a “cyber-criminal group”.
“I was really scared for my family,” she told the ABC.
“If I didn’t have the money I would have to go to work tomorrow.”
Ms Sarah said she had “a couple of thousand dollars in my wallet” after the attack, and that she had a security deposit with the bank.
“My bank said they don’t keep any money on file,” she wrote.
“They just keep it on a safe in the vault.”
She said that when she tried to deposit the money in the bank the bank manager refused to do so because she was in debt.
“This is what happened to me, this is what happens to women,” she continued.
Ms Smith said she has contacted the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and that the police are investigating. “
That’s the real issue here: women are being targeted in this way, women have been victims, they have lost their livelihoods, they’ve been left homeless.”
Ms Smith said she has contacted the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and that the police are investigating.
“What happened to us is not what we wanted, but we were just so afraid for our lives,” she added.
Ms Smith told the Nine Network’s Breakfast program she would continue to fight the cybercrime group until they paid her back the money they had stolen.
“Hopefully they can find the people that stole my credit card, that’s what I want them to find, because it’s gone, it’s stolen,” she explained.
“These people should be held to account and put on trial.”
Ms Anne said she would be speaking out in the media and in the community.
“People are really afraid,” she warned.
“There’s a lot more people that are scared of them.”
The ABC contacted the AFP for comment but has not received a response.
Cyber crime group has ‘targeted’ Australian woman Jane The Australian Federal Government has been told about the cyber attack on Jane and the “targeted” Australian woman she alleges was responsible.
The AFP says it has “received information from a member of the public regarding this matter”.
However, it has yet to provide any further details.
“An AFP spokeswoman told ABC Radio Melbourne that they were aware of the incident and were in contact with the Australian Bankers Association, and the Bank of New South Wales,” the ABC said.
The bank told the network it had no information to provide.
It was not immediately clear if the bank had paid back Jane.
“Our banks are required by law to report cyber-related fraud,” a spokesperson for the Australian Financial Services Association said in a statement.
“While we can confirm the details of this report, we can’t comment on the identity of the person who provided it.”
The Australian Banker’s Association said it was “deeply concerned” about the incident.
“The ATO’s advice to Australians regarding the cyber security of their financial information remains in place, and we have also encouraged Australian banks to review their procedures to ensure they are keeping up with current industry standards,” it said.