If you’ve been the victim of a scam and don’t know where to turn, we’re here to help! Volunteers from our Fraud Watch Network Helpline will be standing by to talk to you live during our first-ever, online “Fraudcast” – a special event we’ve planned just for you!
Help Stop Identity Theft & Fraud: Free Shredding in Newnan at the Summit Family YMCA from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, April 20!
Identity theft affects millions of families every year totaling billions of dollars in losses. The safe disposal of documents containing sensitive information, such as medical history, Social Security numbers and banking information, is one of the best ways to prevent identity theft and fraud.
It is becoming more common for people to look for ways to supplement their income, and job listings for “work from home” jobs are becoming more popular because they are so convenient.
Computer viruses are scary, and scammers exploit this fear to gain access to your personal information. They do this by tricking you into thinking your computer or other device has been compromised, and that you need their help to fix the problem.
Want to hear from the expert about how to being scammed in an online relationship? Check out AARP's Kathy Stokes!
Fraud Watch Network’s campaign on online relationship scams released results of a new survey about consumers’ experiences with online friendships and dating.
At this time of year, don’t be surprised to hear about home repair salespeople going door-to-door looking for work. Are they reputable and licensed? Maybe, but don’t take any chances.
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