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  • Home Repair Scams Target the Elderly

    by Kim Williams  -   April 24, 2014
    Con artists, pretending to be contractors, often target the elderly. Learn how to tell a crook from a legitimate contractor and how to avoid becoming a victim. Tips for law enforcement investigators are also included in this article.

  • New Website Provides Resources for Cybercrime Victims

    by Kim Williams  -   April 17, 2014
    The new VOICE website serves as a comprehensive, trustworthy resource for both victims of Internet-related crimes and for all people who spend time online.

  • Heartbleed Bug Creates Internet Security Worries

    by Kim Williams  -   April 10, 2014
    Anyone with a presence on social media has likely seen reports about the latest bug stirring online security concerns. Before panicking, take a moment to distinguish the hype from legitimate concerns.

  • Buyer Beware: Flood-Damaged Vehicles from Colorado Entering the Salvage and Used Car Marketplace

    by Howard Nusbaum, National Salvage Vehicle Reporting Program (NSVRP)  -   April 8, 2014
    Improperly branded flood total loss vehicles represent a special risk to consumers. These vehicles tend to suffer from progressive corrosion, electrical failure, unhealthy mold and other problems, but they do not show any obvious indications of being damaged when they are superficially cleaned up.

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