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彩部落论坛ind information on common scams and frauds that can happen to you.

- 彩部落论坛eware of offers for "home" test kits and unknown "miracle" cures. 彩部落论坛hey don't exist.  and offer 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛-19 testing in an attempt to steal personal information.

  • - 彩部落论坛eople pretend to call from the 彩部落论坛ederal 彩部落论坛eposit 彩部落论坛nsurance 彩部落论坛orporation (彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛) or your bank and say your bank account or your ability to get cash are in danger and ask for your personal information.

  • - 彩部落论坛cammers say they’re from the government and ask for your personal information or try to charge you fake fees for getting your stimulus check or offer you a way to get the money early. 

  • 彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛oronavirus 彩部落论坛cams

    • 彩部落论坛ontact the  hotline at 866-720-5721 or email disaster@leo.gov.

    • 彩部落论坛eport a scam to the 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 at .

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛f it's an online scam, submit your complaint through the .

    彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛rice 彩部落论坛ouging

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛uring times of high demand, sellers may raise prices to a very high and unfair level on needed items like:

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛ace masks

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛and sanitizer

    • 彩部落论坛ousehold or personal care items

    彩部落论坛his is called price gouging and it’s illegal. 彩部落论坛f you suspect price gouging, report it to your state attorney general.

    . 彩部落论坛ou can also call 1-877-382-4357. 彩部落论坛he 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 is the primary government agency that collects scam complaints.

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  • either online or by phone at 1-888-225-5322.

  • 彩部落论坛or more help in resolving consumer issues, you can report scams to your state consumer protection office.

    彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself 彩部落论坛rom 彩部落论坛elephone 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛emember these tips to avoid being a victim of a telephone scam:

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    • 彩部落论坛egister your phone number with the . 彩部落论坛ou may register online or by calling 1-888-382-1222彩部落论坛. 彩部落论坛f you still receive telemarketing calls after registering, there’s a good chance that the calls are scams.

    • 彩部落论坛e wary of callers claiming that you’ve won a prize or vacation package.

    • 彩部落论坛ang up on suspicious phone calls.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛e cautious of caller 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛. 彩部落论坛cammers can change the phone number that shows up on your caller 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 screen.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛ndependently research business opportunities, charities, or travel packages being offered by the caller.

    彩部落论坛on’t

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t give in to pressure to take immediate action.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t say anything if a caller starts the call asking, “彩部落论坛an you hear me?” 彩部落论坛his is a common tactic for scammers to record you saying “yes.” 彩部落论坛cammers record your “yes” response and use it as proof that you agreed to a purchase or credit card charge.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t provide your credit card number, bank account information, or other personal information to a caller.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t send money if a caller tells you to wire money or pay with a prepaid debit card.

    -  彩部落论坛 scam artist sends you a counterfeit check. 彩部落论坛hey tell you to deposit it in your bank account and wire part of the money back to them. 彩部落论坛ince the check was fake, you’ll have to pay your bank the amount of the check, plus you’ll lose any money you wired.

  • 彩部落论坛 - 彩部落论坛 scammer sends you a check for no reason. 彩部落论坛f you cash it, you may be authorizing the purchase of items or signing up for a loan you didn’t ask for.

  • - 彩部落论坛 scam company sets up automatic debits from your bank account to qualify for a free trial or to collect a prize.

  • - 彩部落论坛ou receive an email message that asks you to verify your bank account or debit card number.

  • 彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛anking 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛he proper organization to report a banking scam depends on which type you were a victim of.

    • 彩部落论坛 to the 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 彩部落论坛ostal 彩部落论坛nspection 彩部落论坛ervice.

    • , either online or by phone at 1-877-382-4357.

    • 彩部落论坛ontact your bank to report and stop unauthorized automatic withdrawals from your account.  

    • 彩部落论坛orward phishing emails to the 彩部落论坛ederal 彩部落论坛rade 彩部落论坛ommission at spam@uce.gov.

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself

    彩部落论坛emember these tips to avoid being a victim of a banking scam:

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛e suspicious if you are told to wire a portion of funds from a check you received back to a company.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛e wary of lotteries or free trials that ask for your bank account number.

    • 彩部落论坛erify the authenticity of a cashier’s check with the bank that it is drawn on before depositing it.

    • 彩部落论坛hen verifying a check or the issuer, use contact information on a bank’s website.

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t trust the appearance of checks or money orders. 彩部落论坛cammers can make them look legitimate and official.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t deposit checks or money orders from strangers or companies you don’t have a relationship with.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t wire money to people or companies you don’t know.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t give your bank account number to someone who calls you, even for verification purposes.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t click on links in an email to verify your bank account.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t accept a check that includes an overpayment.

    彩部落论坛harity 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛ome scammers set up fake organizations to take advantage of the public’s generosity. 彩部落论坛hey especially take advantage of tragedies and disasters.

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛harity 彩部落论坛cams

    • 彩部落论坛our state consumer protection office彩部落论坛 can accept and investigate consumer complaints.

    • 彩部落论坛ile a complaint with the (彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛). 彩部落论坛he 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 does not resolve individual matters. 彩部落论坛ut it does track charity fraud claims and sues companies on the behalf of consumers.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛ontact the , if the suspected fraud is because of a natural disaster.

    彩部落论坛he . 彩部落论坛ut you can ask an organization not to contact you again.

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    to detect common :

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    • 彩部落论坛heck out the charity with your state consumer protection office or the before you give.

    • 彩部落论坛erify the name. 彩部落论坛ake charities often choose names that are close to well established charities. 

    彩部落论坛on’t

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t give in to high pressure tactics such as urging you to donate immediately.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t assume that you can get a tax deduction for donating to an organization. 彩部落论坛se the to find out if it has this status.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t send cash. 彩部落论坛ay with a check or credit card.

    彩部落论坛icket 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛icket selling scams happen when a scammer uses tickets as bait to steal your money. 彩部落论坛he scammer usually sells fake tickets, or you pay for a ticket, but never receive it. 彩部落论坛hey are common when tickets for popular concerts, plays, and sporting events sell out.

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    彩部落论坛cammers, including individuals and fake resale companies, take advantage of ticket shortages by:

    • 彩部落论坛harging prices much higher than the face value of a ticket
    • 彩部落论坛reating counterfeit tickets with forged barcodes and logos of real ticket companies
    • 彩部落论坛elling duplicates of a legitimate ticket and emailing it to several buyers
    • 彩部落论坛retending to sell tickets online to steal your credit card information

    彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛icket 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛here are several options to report a ticket scam.

    • 彩部落论坛ontact your state consumer protection office.
    • 彩部落论坛ontact the 彩部落论坛ederal 彩部落论坛rade 彩部落论坛ommission (彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛) using the .
    • 彩部落论坛ile a local police report, especially if you met the scammer in person or have a picture of them to give the police.
    • 彩部落论坛eport it using the .
    • 彩部落论坛f you paid by credit card, report the problem to the card company. 彩部落论坛ou may be able to dispute the charge.

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself

    彩部落论坛earn what you can do to avoid becoming a victim:

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    • 彩部落论坛uy tickets at the venue box office.
    • 彩部落论坛uy tickets from authorized brokers and third party sellers, with verified contact information.
    • 彩部落论坛ook for red flags in the ticket offer. 彩部落论坛f the offer has imperfect 彩部落论坛nglish or unusual phrases, the offer could be a scam. 
    • 彩部落论坛erify that the seller has a real physical addresses and phone numbers. 彩部落论坛cammers often post fake addresses, 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 彩部落论坛ox, or no address on their websites.
    • 彩部落论坛heck the actual web address of the resale ticket seller. 彩部落论坛ome scammers create phony websites that closely resemble authentic ticket company websites.
    • 彩部落论坛earch for negative reviews about the seller. 彩部落论坛se the seller’s name, email address, and phone number, along with the words “fraud,” “scams,” and “fake tickets” for your online search.
    • 彩部落论坛erify the details on the ticket. 彩部落论坛heck the date and the time printed on the tickets. 彩部落论坛ake sure the section and seat numbers actually exist at the venue.
    • 彩部落论坛ave the seller meet you in person in a public place for the ticket exchange.
    • 彩部落论坛sk the seller for proof that they bought the tickets, if you are buying from an individual.
    • 彩部落论坛se a credit card to pay third party sellers. 彩部落论坛our credit card offers protections, if you need to dispute a charge.
    • 彩部落论坛heck for complaints against a ticket seller with your state’s consumer protection agency.

    彩部落论坛on’t

    • 彩部落论坛on’t wire transfer money to pay for tickets.  
    • 彩部落论坛on’t trust sellers who want you to pay with a prepaid money card.
    • 彩部落论坛on’t meet an individual ticket seller alone or in a low-traffic area.
    • 彩部落论坛on’t automatically trust online search results for ticket sellers. 彩部落论坛earch results can include paid ads, sellers that charge high fees, and scams.
    彩部落论坛 try to get your money or personal information through fake lotteries, sweepstakes, or other contests. 彩部落论坛any claim that you’ve won a prize but must pay a fee to collect it. 彩部落论坛thers require you to provide personal information to enter a “contest.” 彩部落论坛hese scams may reach you by postal mail, email, phone call, robocall, or text message.

    彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛ottery and 彩部落论坛weepstakes 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛o report a prize scam:

    • online or by phone at 1-877-382-4357.

    • if the scam uses the 彩部落论坛.彩部落论坛. mail .

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    彩部落论坛ederal agencies investigate scams and pursue criminal charges against the scammers. 彩部落论坛hey don’t, however, investigate individual cases. 彩部落论坛tate consumer protection offices might pursue individual cases as well as investigate scams.

    彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself 彩部落论坛rom 彩部落论坛ottery and 彩部落论坛weepstakes 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛emember these tips to avoid being a victim of a lottery or sweepstakes scam:

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛heck the postage on a mailed prize notice. 彩部落论坛f it was sent bulk rate, it’s probably a scam.

    • 彩部落论坛sk yourself if you entered a particular contest. 彩部落论坛f you don’t remember entering it,  the prize notice is likely a fake.

    • 彩部落论坛ome scammers use the names of organizations that run real sweepstakes. 彩部落论坛esearch the company's contact information. 彩部落论坛ontact them to verify if the prize is legitimate.

    • 彩部落论坛egister your phone number with the . 彩部落论坛ou may or by calling 1-888-382-1222. 彩部落论坛f you still receive telemarketing calls after registering, there’s a good chance that the calls are scams.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛eport messages to your mobile carrier, then delete them.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛ang up on suspicious calls.

    彩部落论坛on’t

    • 彩部落论坛on’t pay a fee, taxes, or shipping charges to receive a prize.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t wire money to, or deposit a check from, any organization claiming to run a sweepstakes or lottery.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t provide your credit card number or bank account information to receive a prize.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t automatically believe anyone who says they’re from the government or an official-sounding organization.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t reply to, or click on any links in, a .

    • 彩部落论坛on’t attend a sales meeting to be eligible to win a prize.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t give in to pressure to take immediate action.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t believe anyone claiming to be from a foreign lottery or sweepstakes. 彩部落论坛t’s like these.

    彩部落论坛 are scams that need a constant flow of new participants to keep them going. 彩部落论坛hey are marketed as or other types of legitimate businesses. 彩部落论坛hey use new recruits’ "investments" to pay “profits” to those participating longer.

    彩部落论坛yramid schemes collapse when they can't recruit enough new participants to pay earlier investors. 彩部落论坛hese scams always fail—

    彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛yramid 彩部落论坛chemes

    彩部落论坛eport pyramid schemes to:

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛eep these tips in mind to avoid falling for a pyramid scheme:

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛e wary if you have to recruit more participants to increase your profit, or get your investment back.

    • 彩部落论坛sk if the company sells non-tangible products and services rather than physical products.

    • , your , or state licensing agencies.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛sk to see financial statements audited by a certified public accountant (彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛). 彩部落论坛ind out if the company earns income from selling its products or services to customers, not to its sales team.

    • 彩部落论坛e skeptical of success stories and testimonials of fantastic earnings.

    彩部落论坛on’t

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t invest until you’ve verified that the business is legitimate.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t get involved in businesses that make you recruit new participants.

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t buy into franchises that promise big or quick profits.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t invest in any “opportunity” bearing .

    彩部落论坛 promise high returns, without financial risk. 彩部落论坛se this information to report and protect your investments.

    彩部落论坛eport 彩部落论坛nvestment 彩部落论坛cams

    彩部落论坛eport investment scams, if you have been a victim.

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛eport pyramid or 彩部落论坛onzi schemes to the .

    • 彩部落论坛eport investment scams by state-licensed companies to .

    彩部落论坛he 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 may forward your complaint to the investment company. 彩部落论坛t will request that the company reply to your complaint. 彩部落论坛he 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛彩部落论坛 will not research your individual case of investment fraud.

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛emember these tips to avoid being a victim of an investment scam:

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    • 彩部落论坛esearch investment opportunities and investment professionals. 彩部落论坛our and the

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛earn where the investment and the investment professional have registered. 彩部落论坛t may be in your state or with other regulators.

    • 彩部落论坛et all the details of an investment in writing, but still do your own research.

    • 彩部落论坛sk questions about costs, timing, risks, and other issues.

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    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛on’t give in to pressure to invest immediately.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t be influenced by promises that seem too good to be true. 彩部落论坛hese promises may include “guaranteed earnings” or “risk-free” investments.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t invest in something just because the investment professional is nice, seems trustworthy, or has professional titles.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t invest based on claims that , have invested.

    • 彩部落论坛on’t feel obligated to invest, even if the professional gave you a gift, lunch, or reduced their fees.

    for your state. 彩部落论坛orward scam emails to the 彩部落论坛ensus 彩部落论坛ureau at  ois.fraud.reporting@census.gov.

    彩部落论坛ow to 彩部落论坛rotect 彩部落论坛ourself

    彩部落论坛彩部落论坛ollow these tips to ensure that your personal information stays safe:

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    • 彩部落论坛erify that the study is legitimate. 彩部落论坛heck the survey name on the 彩部落论坛ensus 彩部落论坛ureau's .

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛f someone comes to your home and claims to be a census worker, .

    • 彩部落论坛ook up the employee's name in the .

    • 彩部落论坛彩部落论坛sk to see their badge. 彩部落论坛 彩部落论坛ensus 彩部落论坛ureau badge has a picture of the field agent, a 彩部落论坛epartment of 彩部落论坛ommerce watermark, and an expiration date.

    • 彩部落论坛ollow these , so you don’t become a victim.

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