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Searching for in-language information on how to avoid COVID-19 scams and other types of fraud? Check out ftc.gov/languages, the FTC’s one-stop resource for consumer education in Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and other languages.

At ftc.gov/languages you can explore blogs, articles, and publications that highlight some key frauds and scams : from learning how to spot government imposters to avoiding tech support scams, from recognizing phishing scams to the 10 things you can do to avoid fraud, and more! Ftc.gov/languages also links to the latest COVID-19 related scam information so you can keep up to date.

Download, link, or share all the information at ftc.gov/languages with your friends, family and community. You can also order a selection of In-language publications for free at ftc.gov/bulkorder.

Looking for information in Spanish? Visit consumidor.ftc.gov and ftc.gov/coronavirus/es.

And remember, if you spot fraud or a scam, the FTC wants to know. Report it to Reportfraud.ftc.gov (or, in Spanish, Reportefraude.ftc.gov).

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When I forward my fraud letter to your recommended address: Reportfraud.ftc.gov, this is the response I get:
There was a problem!The recipient info doesn't seem quite right. Please look it over and try again.

ReportFraud.ftc.gov is a website. It isn't an email address. If you want to report a problem, click on the blue words in this message and you'll go to the website. You can report a problem on the website.

I'm a fraud advocate & a tough one. So tired of these scammers trying to rip everyone off. Lock your doors & windows. Barricade your doors. Any big ticketed item box destroy. Thank you, for all your hard work. Merry Christmas. Stay safe!!

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