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…be true – be wary. It’s probably a scam. Legitimate businesses do not require you to pay them in gift cards – that’s always a scam. Don’t panic or feel…

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…reimbursed at a higher rate. The false claims defrauded the Medicaid program out of more than $5 million. About the Medicaid Investigations Division (MID) The Attorney General’s MID investigates fraud

…more than $650,000 in sweepstakes scams, more than $56,000 in grandparent scams, more than $145,000 in government grant scams, and more than $2 million in sweetheart scams. NCDOJ regularly shares…

Credit card fraud costs billions of dollars each year in the United States. Consumers like you pay for the fraud through higher finance charges and annual fees. To protect yourself…

others in their community from scams and fraud. July’s Scam Stopper is the North Carolina Senior Consumer Fraud Task Force! For more information on Operation Silver Shield, please visit www.ncdoj.gov/silver….

…safe by having conversations about common scams. If you believe you or a loved one has encountered elder fraud or been the victim of a grandparent scam, my office is…

  Working with a Realtor? Watch out for this Scam Monday, July 17, 2017 Crooks are targeting real estate agents and companies with a scam aimed at potential home buyers….

highlight ways to avoid common scams. “Scammers and fraudsters are clever and they’re always coming up with new ways to steal your money,” said AG Josh Stein. “My office can…

…or block spam calls. If you think you, or someone you know, has been scammed with a fake sweepstakes or lottery scam, let my office know by calling 1-877-5-NO-SCAM or…

scam. If you receive one of these messages or believe you have been the victim of an imposter scam, contact our office’s Consumer Protection Division at www.ncdoj.gov/complaint or at 1-877-5-NO-SCAM….