Reporting Fraud Helps Everyone – and Now It’s Easier

Today the FTC launched ReportFraud.ftc.gov, a new website that makes it easy for people to report fraud, scams, and bad business practices.

Because you’re a trusted voice in your community, we’re hoping you can help us spread the word — and help us stop scams.

ReportFraud.ftc.gov/partners has tools you can use, including images (like the one below) and videos you can share on social media or add to your website. (The site is also available in Spanish at ReporteFraude.ftc.gov.)

ReportFraud.ftc.gov replaces FTCcomplaintassistant.gov. If your website links to that site, you’ll be redirected automatically, but please update it. Thank you for helping fight fraud! If you would like more information, contact Rosario Mendez at rmendez@ftc.gov.

​Check out what is going on in your state or metro area by visiting ftc.gov/exploredata

The FTC releases annual data based on reports provided by the public. Reports of fraud, identity theft and other consumer problems are reported in the Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book.

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