Avoiding Overseas Fraud

Americans report losses of more than a billion dollars a year to international scam artists, according to the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency. Con artists can reach out across the globe to victimize people using the phone, email, postal mail, and the Internet, tricking them into sending their cash or revealing their personal information.

Please click on the following links to find out how to avoid fraudulent situations and protect your company!



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Avoiding Overseas Fraud

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