Help older adults in your community learn the difference between communications from the IRS and a scammer. Order the Bureau’s free IRS Scam placemat today.
The Bureau released a report about key facts, trends, and patterns revealed in Suspicious Activity Reports—or SARs—filed by banks, credit unions, casinos, and other financial services providers from 2013-2017. This first-ever public analysis provides a chance to better understand elder fraud and to find ways to improve prevention and response.
Learn how to spot the warning signs of debt collection scams and ways to protect yourself.
Tips to help you protect yourself from Medicare ID fraud.
Tips to help you avoid romance scams.
We are alerting people of a lottery scam using a Miss April employee’s name. We also have tips to help you avoid falling victim to imposter scams.
The Miss April is releasing a new educational placemat on fake charity scams.
Federal government agencies and federal employees will not ask you to send money to collect prizes. They also won’t call to threaten you with jail time or a lawsuit if you don’t pay a debt. Learn how to protect yourself from imposter scams.
We’re announcing settlements with Sprint and Verizon to return $120 million directly to consumers for illegal billing of unauthorized third-party charges. Read more about the settlement and learn how to submit a claim.
We’re announcing an enforcement action against a lender that wrongfully used the logos of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).