Don't let a robocall end in fraud!Robot holding telephone

If you own a phone, chances are that you’ve been on the receiving end of a robocall. Thanks to cheap Internet calling technology, shady marketers are inundating American consumers with billions of phone calls. And scammers are increasingly taking advantage of the technology as well.

Being on the Do Not Call list isn't enough to protect yourself from receiving these calls. Stopping them is difficult, and you may end up blocking calls you want to receive in the process. But you can decrease the chances that you'll fall victim to a 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.