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Consumer Fraud in the U.S.A

CONSUMER FRAUD INUSA THE 75+ .5.6% 65-74 10.4% Fraud Incidents 18-24 by Type of Product Involved 14.9% 55-64 11.0% 25-34 17.1% 45-54 14.6% 35-44 15.4% Likelihood of Being a Victim of Fraud, by Age Prizes Health care products Clothing and Apparel Business opportunities Internet services Credit card insurance Computers Real estate Government jobs Credit problems Magazines and newspapers Advance fee loans or credit cards Information services How Victims Made Payment Travel services and vacations in Fraudulent Transactions How Fraudulent Offers Were Promoted to Victims Checking Account Debit Card Money Order Check Telemarketing• Online Payment Telephone Bill Received a Bill TV & Radio Wire or Bank Transfer Word-of-mouth Store Visit 42.4 Million Incidents Unknown & Other Home Visit Cash Other 48.7 Million Incidents Don't Know Credit Card Source: Federal Trade Commission Internet and Email Print Advertising (millions) INCIDENTS NUMBER OF Weight-loss products Buyers' clubs Foreign lotteries Telephone equipment Credit repair CDs, video tapes, and DVDS Kitchen and household items Debt consolidation Books

Consumer Fraud in the U.S.A

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This Infographic provides information for the types of consumer frauds, the payments made for consumer fraud, and the way fraudulent offers are promoted to consumers in the U.S.A.


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