This website was created to provide you with information that will help you avoid becoming a victim of fraud or ID theft.  While scams may appear in many different forms, the information in this guide will help you to spot the common warning signs in order to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Today’s consumers face mounting challenges to their financial security.  Seniors are favorite targets of identity thieves and other scammers who may arrive at the door, by mail, over the phone, or through your computer. To guard yourself against financial predators, it is important that you know how scams operate and use caution when approached by unknown businesses and individuals who seek private information from you or offer prizes or “great deals.”

Under the Consumer Protection tab of, you will also find useful information about living trusts, pre-need burial and funeral contracts, how we can help with medical insurance problems, and what you need to know to reduce telemarketing calls and junk mail.  Before you leave, don't forget to check out the many other helpful publications available at no cost.  They will help you become a well-educated consumer – and a poor target for crooks.

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How do I put a stop to receiving credit offers in the mail?

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