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Korean-language information from the FTC

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Scams affect people in every community, and the FTC offers information in several languages to help them spot and avoid fraud. For example, we have a new video for people in the Korean community and those who work with them: How Scammers Tell You to Pay / 사기꾼이 돈을 요구하는 방법. The two-minute video explains common stories scammers tell, how they ask you to send money, and what to do if you get a call – all in Korean.

We also offer a fact sheet in Korean that explains 10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud. These practical tips will help you keep your money and personal information safe. You can read the fact sheet online or print copies to share with friends, family and people in your community. If you notice a scam, please report it to the FTC at FTC.gov/complaint.

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Thank you for the FTC's hard work focusing on Korean-American consumers!

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