Financial Fraud and Abuse Resources

If you believe you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a financial scam or fraud, check out the resources below. If you need help, don’t hesitate to contact our office.

AARP: AARP's Fraud Watch Network has launched an online Scam-Tracking Map, allowing consumers nationwide to report instances of fraud schemes, by way of sharing the information with others in their community who may become targeted.  The free interactive tool also includes alerts from law enforcement and other public agencies, listed state-by-state.

The Better Business Bureau - Scam Tracker: Provides resources to expose fraudulent schemes.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Provides information about fraudulent financial schemes and offers help to victims of deceptive financial products.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission: Provides information to educate consumers and help them avoid fraud in the U.S. futures markets. Connects you to community services for older adults, including legal and financial assistance services.

Federal Bureau of Investigation: Provides information on fraud schemes that use telephones, the Internet, mass mailings, television, radio, and personal contact to swindle consumers.

Federal Housing Finance Agency: Includes tips to help consumers avoid housing related scams, such as mortgage rescue scams, bankruptcy scams, and reverse mortgage fraud.

Federal Trade Commission: Provides information on new and ongoing fraud schemes, along with tips to help you protect yourself.

Internet Crime Complaint Center: A partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center to act as a depot for Internet related criminal complaints and to develop, and refer the criminal complaints to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement and/or regulatory agencies.

National Council on Aging: Provides information on the top scams targeting seniors.

Social Security Administration: Provides an online form to report allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse concerning Social Security benefits. Fraud Hotline 1-800-269-0271

National Center on Elder Abuse: Includes resources to prevent elder abuse.

U.S. Bureau of Consular Affairs: Provides information for Americans who are victims of a crime overseas.

U.S. Department of State: Provides information on international financial scams.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority: Offers a toll-free number that senior investors can call to get assistance or raise concerns about issues with brokerage accounts and investments.

Arizona Attorney General:  file a consumer complaint and view resources available to Arizonans. Consumer Protection Division602-542-5763 


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