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AARP Fraud Watch Network

This free resource provides tips to spot and avoid scams and gives resources to consumers against potential cons. The AARP Fraud Watch Network Scam-Tracking Map shows scams reported in your area in real-time. The Fraud Helpline (877-908-3360) is free and available to anyone. Partnering with Volunteers of America, the network also offers online sessions that provide support for those who have experienced scams.

Identity Theft Resource Center

This national non-profit provides live, free preventative information as well as assistance for victims of identity crime. Consumers can call toll-free (1-888-400-5530 or live chat via the website, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. EST.

FTC Consumer Alerts blog

The Federal Trade Commission’s website offers consumers advice about the latest scams and what they can do to protect themselves.