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NFA to shine a spotlight on fraud during Money Smart Week

Crime, especially in comic books, is said to never sleep. And like Batman, who is well-versed in combating endless streams of criminals, the National Futures Association (NFA) is similarly committed to helping consumers fight against fraud at all times. To this end, for the seventh straight year, NFA will present a series of seminars during Money Smart Week, a nationwide public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. Continue Reading >

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Investing, Scam Alerts

Is Your Mobile Bill a Cram Sandwich?

People have long complained about unauthorized charges — cramming — on the bills for their landlines. The FTC has responded loudly and clearly, bringing more than 30 cases, getting tens of millions of dollars back for consumers, and advocating for reforms to eliminate landline cramming. But fraudsters, trolling for new opportunities to cheat consumers, have found the bills for people's mobile devices to be fertile territory. Continue Reading >

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Scam Alerts, Technology

FTC Annual Highlights

Springtime: For us here at FTC headquarters, it means warm weather, cherry blossoms on the National Mall, and the publication of the agency’s Annual Highlights. Take a look at our highlights for the past year, presented in an interactive format, and find out how the FTC: Continue Reading >

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