AARP knows that fraud will never be eliminated entirely, but there is a lot more that can be done to arm consumers with tools to detect and avoid fraud. That's why AARP launched its Fraud Watch Network because of the serious fraud threats here in Utah, where it's a multi-billion dollar industry, as it is all across the country. Fraud isn't just limited to "too good to be true" offers. According to recent report by Javelin Strategy and Research, more than $20 billion was stolen from approximately 13 million identity theft victims in 2012. Whether it’s over the phone, through the mail, online or even at your door, scam artists are out there and they are looking for new ways to get you and your loved ones to open your wallets.
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