Have You Been a Victim of Fraud?
Report FRAUD to the Federal Trade Commission
You can report fraudulent activities to the Federal Trade Commission even if you didn't lose any money. Report scams on the easy-to-use FTC website to help stop fraud in its tracks.
Stolen Identity? Get Help
IdentityTheft.gov is the federal government’s one-stop resource for identity theft victims. The site provides streamlined checklists and sample letters to guide you through the recovery process.
How to Spot Fraud Attempts
IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE BEEN A VICTIM OF ANY FRAUDULENT ACTIVITIES, PLEASE CALL US IMMEDIATELY.
- Did you respond to an e-mail requesting you to confirm, update, or provide your account information?
- Have you been informed that you were the winner of a lottery that you did not enter?
- Have you been instructed to either ‘wire’, ‘send’, or ‘ship’ money, as soon as possible, to a large U.S. city or to another country?
- Have you been asked to pay or receive a commission for the facilitation of money transfers through your account?
- Did you receive a check for an item you sold on the Internet?
- Is the amount of the check more than the item’s selling price?
- Did you receive the check via an overnight delivery service?
- Is the check connected to communication with someone by e-mail?
- Is the check drawn on a business or individual account that is different from the person buying your item or product?
If you can answer ‘YES’ to any of these questions, you could be involved in a FRAUD or are about to be SCAMMED!
Reporting FRAUD to the three Credit Bureaus:
Federal Trade Commission
Consumer Information on Identity Theft:
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