Seniors warned to be wary of scam Seniors Card site

Western Australian seniors are being urged to be aware of a scam WA Seniors Card website which attempts to charge applicants a fee in exchange for a Seniors Card.

Seniors and Ageing Minister Don Punch and Commerce Minister Sue Ellery have warned seniors of the existence of the bogus portal,, which claims to be ‘officially approved’ and charges applicants a fee of $29 per card.

Seniors should be aware that the legitimate WA Seniors Card is always free of charge and applicants are never requested to pay a fee or disclose their bank or credit card details in exchange for membership.

The official WA Seniors Card is Applicants should look for the official State crest to ensure they are accessing a trusted and secure website before proceeding with an application for membership.

The bogus website has been reported to the Australian Cyber Security Centre. If you have provided your information or payment to an unofficial website, please contact WA Consumer Protection on 1300 304 054 or email

For further assistance contact the WA Seniors Card team on 1800 671 233 or email