Stop Thief!

Fraud Squad

You don't have to be a Better Business Bureau (BBB) member to receive its free pamphlets on everything from telemarketing schemes and credit-card laundering to tips on charitable giving. Contact your local BBB for information.

If you've been scammed, you can report the incident to the National Fraud Information Center in Washington, DC, where counselors will help you file your complaint. Call (800) 876-7060 or visit

Loading the player ...

5 Secrets for Making Your Logo Stand Out

Ads by Google

Share Your Thoughts

Most Shared Stories

15 Signs You're an Entrepreneur
Richard Branson: 'There's No Shortcut or Magic Recipe to Success'
The 7 Most Powerful Women to Watch in 2014
6 Ways to Improve Your Conversations
The Most Expensive Domain Names in Internet History