Job-seekers being targetedWord 'job' under magnifying glass

With the economy still in rough shape for a good deal of the population, many of us look to babysitting, tutoring, handyman, or other personal service gigs as a way to help make ends meet. But job-seekers, beware! We have seen a recent uptick in consumer complaints to the Fraud.org database about con artists targeting consumers searching for odd jobs with variations of the classic fake check scam.

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Tracking Food Fraud

For decades, NCL has tracked trends about the Internet and telemarketing scams plaguing consumers through its Fraud Center and Fraud.org. But there's another kind of fraud on the rise, and you'll find it in your grocery store: food fraud.