Visit the FTC at the NCLR Annual Conference in Los Angeles

The FTC is going to sunny California!

If you are near Los Angeles July 19 – 22, visit the FTC booth at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) annual conference! I’ll be there, with other bilingual staffers, to answer your questions relating to frauds and scams, as well as how to file a complaint.

Our booth will be stocked with free consumer information on these important topics:

Anyone who stops by also will get a copy of a new fotonovela the FTC developed to help Spanish-speakers learn about, and avoid, government imposter scams.

Can’t join us? Don’t fret. All our consumer information is online in English and in Spanish, including great audio tips and online videos. You can even order large quantities of consumer publications to distribute (all for free) through ftc.gov/bulkorder.

If you’re a teacher, legal services provider or community activist, visit our consumer advocate page for free bilingual resources you can distribute in your communities.

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Hi I have been reporting to every agency's here in california that we have here and even called the teamsters unions headquarters office and been fighting with western conference of teamsters unions in monrovia,california who was the brokers-holders-dealers of mine and my dads accounts and my dads retirement account has been moved to a new holders in Pasadena,california.to be held onto safely for him and mine is now returned to my company for me to claim now but im needing the info who do I call about claiming my account that is holding it for me my name is randolph lee jones reference number#34ALL3 I had two company's matched accounts before 401k came into effect and the other account holder was in orange county california I want to file my complaint again to be claiming my money from both my accounts thats both are in my names.thank you from randolph lee jones.

If you haven't already done so, you might try contacting the California Attorney General's Office. If they don't have the information you're looking for, they may be able to help you find the right resource.

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