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Fill in the details of this sample letter to raise questions or dispute charges with your servicer. You might wish to send this letter via certified mail with return receipt requested.

[Date]

[Your Name]

[Your Address]

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Was your credit or debit card charged for something you returned, ordered but never got, or don’t recognize? Were you charged without your permission, more than you agreed to pay, or for things you didn’t buy? There are many reasons why you might...

Scams happen everywhere: in every region, state, and community across the country, including your own. You might be wondering, “What kinds of scams are happening in my area?”

We have...

We’ve been telling you about the scams related to COVID-19. But now we can tell you even more about the scams happening in your neck of the woods. Just today, the FTC released state-specific data on COVID-19-related issues, which you can check...

No; this isn’t an action movie. But new enhancements to econsumer.gov — and a new interactive international dashboard for Consumer Sentinel reports — give the FTC, other government...

Persistence pays off. Three years ago, I told you the FTC and New York Attorney General (NY AG) announced complaints against debt collectors that allegedly used a slew of abusive and deceptive tactics to pressure consumers into making payments on...

Is your number one of the more than 229 million phone numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry? Then you might be interested in the FTC’s just-released National Do Not Call Registry Data Book, which gives an overview of the Registry and...

It’s a reality of the times we live in — scammers can target people a mile, an ocean, or even several continents away. These kinds of cross-border scams are all too common, and working with other countries to help protect you is more important...

If you follow this blog, you probably have seen our fotonovelas. These are short graphic novels in Spanish that tell stories about scams prevalent in Latino communities. The fotonovelas are based on real stories from people...

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