Making a crypto investment is a risky business as it is. The market remains highly volatile, while the number of scams and hacks is constantly on the rise. Now, according to a new report from the New York Attorney General’s office, even the exchanges themselves might put investors at risk.
Attorney General James published a 2019 year in review, informing New Yorkers of big cases and actions that the Attorney General's Office has undertaken to move the state forward. The New York State Office Of The Attorney General Led A Multi-State Coalition Before The U.S. Supreme Court In A Lawsuit Challenging The Trump Administration’s Attempt To Add A Citizenship Question To The 2020 Census.
CARSON CITY — Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford is warning consumers to be alert of scammers looking to take advantage of fear surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) to sell fake products or.
A guide by the New York State Office of the Attorney General outlining how to prevent senior scams covering topics such as: common senior scams, internet safety for seniors, identity theft, charity scams, elder abuse and neglect, and medicaid fraud. How seniors can take control of their finances and health is also covered, along with several senior services and resources to help protect.
Attorney General Letitia James recently warned people about new, recently reported scams using New Yorkers’ personal information to file fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits. “We must remain vigilant about potential scams and ensure residents remain alert,” Attorney General James said. “During these uncertain times, unemployment.
Before her election to the City Council, Tish James served as head of the Brooklyn Regional Office of the New York State Attorney General’s Office. She resolved hundreds of consumer complaints and investigated predatory lenders who preyed on first-time homebuyers. She assisted the Civil Rights Bureau in its investigation of the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy and cracked down on firms engaged.
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a sweeping effort she initiated in March to scrub the internet of websites seeking to illegally profit and deceive millions of Americans and hundreds of millions more around the world off the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) public health crisis. Over the last month, dozens of staff members in the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) have.
Fraudsters were busy in 2019, going through drastic efforts in an attempt to scam New Yorkers, according to the Attorney General’s Office. New York Attorney Letitia James released a new report of the top 10 consumer fraud complaints that her office received last year, topped by Internet-related schemes.
Those businesses can be reported to the Attorney General’s office. Finally, Attorney General James is telling New Yorkers to be wary of potential charity scams and coronavirus-related investment.
New York Attorney General warns about new, recently reported scams using New Yorkers’ personal information to file fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits.
New York Attorney General Letitia James issued guidance to New Yorkers highlighting available resources and potential consumer scams related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
New Yorkers should use the following tips to protect themselves and report unemployment benefits fraud to their employer, the New York State Department of Labor, and my office: 1. Be suspicious of anyone who calls you over the phone seeking money or personal information. If you owe money, agencies will send you a notice in writing. 2. Do not give out personal and sensitive information.
The Attorney General of New York is the chief legal officer of the U.S. state of New York and head of the Department of Law of the state government. The office has been in existence in some form since 1626, under the Dutch colonial government of New York. Democrat Letitia James currently serves as Attorney General, in office since January 1, 2019.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman warns residents against paying money to anyone who calls posing as an IRS official and saying that a past-due tax balance is due immediately.
Attorney General Letitia James is warning New Yorkers about new scams, which use individual's personal information to file fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits. According to the attorney.The New York Attorney General issued a warning to healthcare providers, hospitals, and other organizations within the health supply chain that cyber criminals are using targeted COVID-19 phishing.The Attorney General serves all New Yorkers in numerous matters affecting their daily lives. The Attorney General's Office is charged with the statutory and common law powers to protect consumers and investors, charitable donors, the public health and environment, civil rights, and the rights of wage-earners and businesses across the State.