Tasmanians are again being warned about scams.
The ACCC says Tasmanians lost about $52,000 to scammers in the three months to June.
Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading director, Chris Batt, says two scams are currently operating.
"One is an old scam which says that you've been incorrectly charged by government agencies for a fee and you can get the money back if you provide your personal banking details and pay a small amount of money," he said.
"The other one is a scratch card which says you've won a whole lot of travel and all you have to do is pay the taxes and the $160,000 in US dollars will be released to you." Anyone wanting to report a scam can contact Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading on 1300 654 499.