Beware: Online puppy, kitten sales scams are fur real!Image of puppies and kittens sitting in a row

Bringing a new puppy or kitten home is right at the top of many consumers’ wish lists this spring. Unfortunately, scammers know all too well how emotionally connected we can get to idea of adopting a cuddly ball of fuzz. Since the beginning of 2015, Fraud.org has received a surge of consumer complaints about pet adoption scams! Learn how the scam works so you can avoid falling victim.

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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.