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Studies have shown that if we know what to look for, we are more likely to recognize the red flags of a scam or fraud. Below are links to reputable resources to help you spot fraud, fraud prevention education, sign up for scam alerts, and reporting assistance. We hope you find some, if not all, of these extremely valuable. Contact us immediately if you experience identity theft, a bank or custodial account login compromise, or one or more of these red flags of a scam. Please feel free to share with a friend or family member.
FTC Consumer Alerts – The FTC is a “go-to” source for financial education, consumer alerts and reporting of fraud and victim recovery steps.
AARP Fraud Watch – AARP Members can Sign Up for Alerts
The Perfect Scam, by AARP – Engaging episodes of fraud victims sharing their stories:
Get Rich Quick documentary – Netflix – Money, Explained S1: E1
YouTube – Jim Browning – Tech Support Scams channel. Witness a modern-day hero catching criminals in the act and often foiling their attempts.
FTC Consumer page – How to avoid a scam, how to recover and report a scam.
Look up a Scam – Better Business Bureau’s scam map.
Be Cyber Smart – CISA’s Education and Resource site for consumers.
Should you ever feel pressured to act or pay promptly, or are told ‘not to tell anyone’. STOP. DISENGAGE. VERIFY INDEPENDENTLY or ask someone you trust.
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