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PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM FRAUD!
The National Fraud Information Center (NFIC) takes reports from consumers
about fraud and fraudulent businesses. These complaint reports are
referred to the appropriate regulatory and law enforcement agencies around
the country, and now around the globe. The NFIC also provides free
information on how consumers can protect themselves from fraud and we offer
free advice on suspicious offers and consumer fraud.
The NFIC has recently begun the NFIC Internet Program to deal with fraud on
the Internet. As a part of NFIC Internet, we have established a National
Fraud Information Center WebSite at http://www.fraud.org. Our WebSite has
extensive links to State, Federal and International Law Enforcement sites,
and these links are growing daily.
If you have any questions, would like further information or would like to
file a report, please check out our WebSite at http://www.fraud.org, write
us at nfic at internetmci.com or call us at 1-800-876-7060. We are always
more than happy to provide consumers with information and to take down
complaints. We are also always happy to receive suggestions as to how our
new Internet services can be of more assistance to the Net community.
Give us a call.
Log on the WebSite at http://www.fraud.org, or call 1-800-876-7060.
If you spot obviously illegal operations on the E-Ways, please
forward copies of the messages to NFIC at nfic at internetmci.com.