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What’s on in Moreland
Alert - Scam emails and phone calls
It has come to our attention that there have recently been a few scams running in our area where people are pretending to be Council staff. If you receive a call or email from someone claiming to be from Moreland Council, please check the following:
- Does their email address end in @moreland.vic.gov.au? If it does not then they do not work for Moreland Council. Do not provide them with any personal information or open any links they send you.
- Are they asking for personal information over the phone? If they are, do not give them your information if they have called you unverified.
You can find out more about scams and how to protect yourself from scammers on the Scams page of the Consumer Affairs Victoria website.
Alert - Failure to vote notices
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) will be sending out failure to vote notices for the Moreland 2020 election. These will be delivered in the coming weeks.
If you receive one of these notices you are required to complete the form explaining why you didn’t vote and return the form in the reply-paid envelope. All of the instructions on how to respond are fully detailed in the VEC's notice, and a reply-paid envelope will be provided with the notice.
If you receive one of these notices you must respond by Friday 19 March 2021. The fine for not having a valid reason to not vote in the election is $83.
Any enquiries in relation to the notice should be directed to the VEC’s compulsory voting centre on 1300 551 575.