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WorldWideScam: offers funny insight into some of more outrageous scams today.
The United States Postal Service: has several web pages on their website about scams including work at home schemes, multi-level-marketing schemes, and how to file a mail fraud complaint.
The Federal Trade Commission: Find information on work at home scams,and business opportunity schemes.
The National Consumer League's:National Fraud Information Center: Offers information on pyramid schemes,MLM, and how to report a fraud.
Remember, You should always research any company or work at home business before you decide to join.Never jump right in and join without looking into work at home opportunities, because you may find that you have been scammed . Not all work at home businesses are legit, and this is why you need to protect yourself from them.
If you have been scammed by one of these schemes, here is what you can do to get your money back and stop them from scamming anyone else:
1) Contact National Fraud Information Center at 1-800-876-7060 or visit their website at: http://www.fraud.org/
2)Contact Attorney General in your local state.
3)File a complaint with Better Business Bureau in fraudelent business's state. You can find contact information for each state at BBB website at: http://www.bbb.org/BBBComplaints/lookup.asp/
4)List them with Internet Fraud Complaint Center at: http://www.ifccfbi.gov/
5)Report it to Federal Trade Commission. Call them at 1-800-876-7060 or visit their website at: http://www.ftc.gov/
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