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Use our visualizations to explore scam and fraud trends in your state based on reports from consumers like you.

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Consumer Alert

Order and share FREE fotonovelas to help your community avoid scams

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Military consumers: The FTC wants to hear from you

Carol Kando-Pineda
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So an online scam is NOT what you ordered?

Kira Krown

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