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Government The .gov means it’s official. Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.1. Publications2. FAQ3. Scams and Your Small Business4. Gift Card Scams Bookmark5. How to Avoid a Scam6. Identity Theft
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Names The Federal Trade Commission Act authorizes this information collection for purposes of managing online comments. Comments and user names are part of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) public records system, and user names also are part of the FTC’s computer user records system.
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About About FTC.gov/bulkorder. Use FTC.gov/bulkorder to order FREE publications for consumers and businesses. Shipping also is free and takes 3-4 weeks.
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Order Order free FTC publications for your community. Sharing what you know with your community can help others make sound financial decisions, avoid scams, and recover from identity theft. To help you spread the word, the FTC has created nearly 200 free publications on a variety of topics and in multiple languages. Order now — it’s free!
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Predatory The brochure offers tips on how to identify predatory lenders and encourages consumers to shop around. There is a helpful list of predatory lender practices (generally in the category of if it is too good to be true, there is something wrong) that can be used for customer advice and education.
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Credit Getting Out of Debt has tips on dealing with car, mortgage and student loan debt. It also explains credit counseling, debt relief services and scams, as well as the two main types of personal bankruptcy. Fixing Your Credit tells you how to order your free credit report online, by phone, or by mail using a form included in the publication.
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Shows New Data Shows FTC Received 2.8 Million Fraud Reports from Consumers in 2021. Feb 22, 2022.
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Approved 1.2 An approved FTC company is also eligible for withholding tax exemption on interest payments, such as interest on loans obtained by the approved FTC from banks, non-bank financial institutions and ANCs outside Singapore, provided the funds are used for its approved qualifying activities or services.
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Identity This brochure gives a brief overview of what identity theft is and how to recover from it. It also promotes IdentitytTheft.gov, the FTC’s website for identity theft victims. You can order this print publication in quantities from 100 - 1000. All publications and shipping are free. If you need more than 1000 copies, submit this form.
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Education Even though the Federal Trade Commission is not involved with CRA, they produce a large number of consumer education pieces that banks can use for consumer education and score high on the service test. FTC Facts for Consumers, "Pretexting: Your Personal Information Revealed," tells people how to avoid giving their identity away to a …
Prevention Fraud prevention resources. Our free fraud prevention resources can help older adults and their families avoid common scams. They're available in a variety of formats for the public to download or order in bulk. CFPB's Office for Older Americans created placemats with simple scam prevention messages to be used by meal delivery programs. Now you
202-326-2222FTC's Copies of the complaints, the FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rule and a consumer education brochure titled "Automatic Debit Scams" are available from the FTC's Public Reference Branch, Room 130, 6th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20580; 202-326-2222; TTY for the hearing impaired 202-326-2502.
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877-382-4357Enforcement the Federal Trade Commission at ftc.gov, or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4621. If you are outside the U.S., file a complaint at: All complaints are entered into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database used by hundreds of law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. File a Complaint Things YOU can do
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Report Stay connected with the FTC by subscribing to the FTC’s Business Blog at FTC.gov/Subscribe or signing up for scam alerts at FTC.gov/scams. Order free copies of this brochure in English at FTC.gov/Bulkorder and in Spanish at FTC.gov/Ordenar. Report. If you spot a scam, report it to FTC.gov/Complaint. Your report can help stop the scam.
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Speciﬁc Working with other government agencies and organizations, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has produced this booklet to help you remedy the effects of an identity theft. It describes what steps to take, your legal rights, how to handle speciﬁc problems you may encounter on the way to clearing your name, and what to watch for in the future.
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The FTC still doesn’t have consumer protection jurisdiction over banks and credit unions, but the Dodd-Frank Act created the CFPB and transferred consumer protection jurisdiction for banks and credit unions to them instead.
The FTC has consumer protection jurisdiction over just about every business in the country, but for a few significant exceptions—financial institutions regulated by federal banking regulators, insurance companies and telecommunications companies among them. So if the FTC was not in charge of consumer protection for banks and credit unions, who was?
This article is part of the FTC’s efforts to help small business owners avoid scams. It explains common scams that target small businesses and non-profit organizations, describes scammers’ tactics, and provides steps people can take to protect their company from scams. Copies can be ordered for free at ftc.gov/bulkorder.
Stay connected with the FTC by subscribing to the FTC’s Business Blog at FTC.gov/Subscribe or signing up for scam alerts at FTC.gov/scams. Order free copies of this brochure in English at FTC.gov/Bulkorder and in Spanish at FTC.gov/Ordenar.