Privacy Tip #257 – FTC Launches New Fraud Reporting Website

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has launched ReportFraud.ftc.gov so consumers can report fraud directly to the FTC in a more “streamlined and user-friendly way.” According to the FTC, the new website will allow consumers to submit reports to the FTC more easily, and consumers will receive “next steps from the FTC with advice on what to do based on their particular report. The FTC has more information available for consumers, including a new video explaining how the site works.” 

The site is also in Spanish at ReporteFraude.ftc.gov.

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