Worried About Scams?

Are you concerned that your loved one has been deceived by a scam? Scams come in various forms these days—telemarketers, mail, and increasingly, e-mail.

Persons with dementia or another cognitive impairment may not realize the letter, phone call or e-mail offering lower credit card rates, sweepstakes rewards or other monetary gain is actually from a scam artist ready and willing to defraud them of their money.

Report All Scams

To report an incident involving you or your loved one, call the NC Attorney General’s Department of Justice Office at 919-716-6400. North Carolina’s Attorney General is Roy Cooper.

You can also go to the Attorney General’s special Web site, www.NCDOJ.gov, (The Department of Justice) for an ID theft victim tool kit and other helpful resources and information.

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