We are the Scam Awareness Alliance and we are dedicated to educating Americans about financial fraud.
By raising the red flag on financial scams we hope to help Americans avoid being the victims of scams and fraud.
We shouldn’t stop being kind or giving, but learning the “red flags” of scams and practicing safe habits may keep you, or someone you love, from becoming a statistic.
Top 10 Senior Scams and How to Avoid Them
Some fraudsters try to take your money by tugging at your heart strings. Before you donate to a charity do your homework.
If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Before you buy that bargain, make sure you know what you’re paying for online!
A phone call from a government employee asking for money or offering to give it away is a red flag!
Try to document as soon as possible, with as much detail:
File a report of the scam:
If you’ve been the victim of an online scam: