Criminals behind robocall scams are making millions of dollars preying on their victims, AARP's Amy Nofziger warned on the Consumerpedia podcast.
We’re running new 15- and 30-second ads warning people about Social Security and online shopping scams, directing them to visit the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
We’ve partnered with Nomorobo to track the most prevalent robocall scams in Washington state, giving residents updates about which calls should set off red flags.
Americans lost $574 million to romance scams last year, AARP's Amy Nofziger told Ali Wentworth and Ryan Seacrest in an appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
We applaud lawmakers for passing the Fraud and Scam Reduction Act, expanding the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to respond to scams targeting older adults.
America's 15 million victims of identity fraud collectively lost $24 billion last year, according to a new report from Javelin Strategy & Research.
Older adults with otherwise healthy brains sometimes develop biological changes that could put them at risk for financial exploitation, according to a study published earlier this year by researchers from Cornell and York universities. Previous studies had identified a link between brain disease…
Today, we unveiled a new Fraud Watch Network campaign to inform Americans about social media hazards and provide information about how consumers can protect themselves and their loved ones. While roughly 70 percent of Americans regularly use social media, according to the Pew Research Center, many…
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