These days we find ourselves doing more and more with the Internet including phones, contacts, bill payment and shopping. Criminals and predators have also found their way into the cyber world and are always looking for opportunities. We get regular contacts on what should be done when you see or experience web based criminal activity, so we thought we would pass along some helpful links.
Be web safe, take time to ensure you computer has current updates, security patches and take care of your web browser it is your computers main link to the outside world.
The IC3 receives, develops, and refers criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime.
Learn about the FBI’s mission and what to do if you are a victim of Mass Marketing Fraud.
The BBB provides objective, unbiased information on businesses.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that helps people 50 and over.
Consumer Web site
A collaborative effort to educate consumers about Internet fraud.
Provides practical tips from the federal government and the technology regarding Internet fraud, computer security, and personal information.
Allows consumers to verify charitable organizations in an effort to avoid charity fraud.