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  • How do I report a scam?

    Are you or someone you know being taken advantage of financially? This resource gives some background on financial exploitation and fraud and explains how to report different types of scams. This resource is designed for residents of Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read More

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    Nassau Suffolk Law Services
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    Spanish / Español

Identity theft and fraud (5)+

  • Fraud Against Seniors

    The FBI’s Common Fraud Schemes webpage provides tips on how you can protect yourself and your family from fraud. Content Detail

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    Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • How do I report a scam?

    Are you or someone you know being taken advantage of financially? This resource gives some background on financial exploitation and fraud and explains how to report different types of scams. This resource is designed for residents of Nassau and Suffolk counties. Read More

    By:
    Nassau Suffolk Law Services
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • How to Report Medicare Fraud

    This resource provides an overview of steps you can take to report Medicare fraud. Content Detail

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    United States Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • Just Say No! to Senior Scams

    This resource explains what Seniors must be on the look out for in order to avoid scams. Read More

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    Consumer Action
  • U.S. Postal Inspection Service

    If your mail is stolen or if a criminal has fraudulently changed your address, you can contact the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and report the theft to your local postal inspector. Content Detail

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Understanding your credit (2)+

What should I do about debt collectors? (1)+

  • Sample Cease Letter

    Are debt collectors constantly calling you? Do you feel harassed by these calls? You can stop debt collection calls by sending a "cease letter" to the debt collector stating that you want them to stop contacting you. Here is an easy-to-use sample letter that you can type into directly or that you can print and fill out by hand. Content Detail

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    New Economy Project

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